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Dave Hall | Songs of Boyhood

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Songs of Boyhood

by Dave Hall

An intimate and touching song cycle of poems about boyhood, set for voice and string quartet.
Genre: Pop: Chamber Pop
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1. Overture
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2. Walking the Rails
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3. The Stick
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4. There's a Mill
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5. Baseball
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6. Tap, Tap, Tap
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7. Standing in Water
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8. The Bully
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9. He
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10. The Girl
0:56 $0.99
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11. Member of the Team
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12. Parents, Monsters and God
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13. Lullaby / Walking the Rails
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recently I’ve returned to the part of the country in which I grew up, and visiting the old places has brought back a lot of childhood memories. As I considered those memories I began to realize how much the experiences of my boyhood formed the man I have become, and those realizations began to express themselves in little poems. Some of the poems are about experiences I’ve had myself, while others are ones I imagine have happened to others. As the poems emerged I realized that they captured what seemed to be universal aspects of childhood and more specifically, boyhood. And as I wrote, I began to reflect on what happens when boyhood ends. I hope that audiences will relate to the moments that these poems describe and will enjoy the journey from the first song to the last.

"A folk/pop artist with considerable lyrical clout... his introspective lyrics are woven through well-crafted compositions, relating poignant tales of love, loss and small-town life." The New York Times

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