David Hakan | Stone and Steel

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Stone and Steel

by David Hakan

Voice of John Denver, wit of John Prine, subtle poetry of Leonard Cohen.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Your Business Dollars
4:15 $1.00
2. Land of Stone and Steel
4:54 $1.00
3. Where the Hippies Go
4:37 $1.00
4. The Fire Warden
4:06 $1.00
5. Solid Gone
4:21 $1.00
6. The Bridge
4:17 $1.00
7. Fire Creek Kiss
4:44 $1.00
8. True-Hearted Friend
4:25 $1.00
9. Live and Not Learn
3:16 $1.00
10. More Time with You
3:00 $1.00
11. Caturday
4:20 $1.00
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12. Tiger on My Couch
4:10 $1.00
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
David Hakan is a prolific performing songwriter with eight albums of original music. He has won multiple songwriting awards and has done a short tour of Australia. Since 1992 he has hosted events for the Songwriters Circle of Kansas City and has helped many members launch their musical careers.
He is perhaps best known for his sweet harmonica which can counterpoint his most intricate guitar work.
The depth and range of David’s songwriting makes for a great evening. There are quiet songs of healing with delicate fingerpicking like “Winter in my Soul” as well as energized political songs like “There’s a Storm”. You’ll find big, sing along choruses on some songs and dense poetry in the tradition of Bob Dylan and Eric Anderson on others. The musical styles will slide from bluesy Motown-influenced folk rock to a cappella Appalachian style and then to modern folk.

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