Doug Wood | The Road Home

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The Road Home

by Doug Wood

“Outstanding guest artists support Wood’s musical vision without compromising his clean, melody-driven guitar sound. Contemplative and at times mesmerizing and relaxing without putting you to sleep.” Ken Baker, Radio Kansas, producer of “Nightcrossings."
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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1. Isabel Dances
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2. Anticipating
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3. Christmas Day
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4. The Road Home (Ethereal Mood IV)
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5. Trail to Long Ago
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6. Crossing Over
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7. It Sounds Like Angels
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8. Goodbye Kitty
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9. Cat Dance: Gromit Remembered
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10. Kathy Brown
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11. Fast, Slow and in Between
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12. Acadia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Road Home is Doug's fifth release since he started performing solo. But as a solo artist, Doug has a knack for finding gifted, talented people to work for him. On this release, Doug has invited long-time friend and cohort Darren Frate to perform bass on 4 tracks, and another friend, Tara Hanish, to add her beautiful cello work on 3 tracks.

Doug, Tara, and Darren were nominated in 2017 by Just Plain Folks for "Best Song" (Mount Elberts Peak) and "Best Album" (Cellocentric). Just Plain Folks reviews over 250,000 music submissions, and is considered the indie-version of the Grammys.


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