Drake Oranwood | Hidden Gold

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Hidden Gold

by Drake Oranwood

Rich and evocative, this debut album of bardic folk music will thrill lovers of history and epic storytelling.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Name of the King
3:32 $1.00
2. The Bastard's Tale
4:24 $1.00
3. The Last Plantagenet
4:48 $1.00
4. Tam Lin of the Elves
6:43 $1.00
5. Lady of the Rose
5:27 $1.00
6. My Thirst
2:41 $1.00
7. Call Me Will
4:07 $1.00
8. The Seed
1:49 $1.00
9. Can She Excuse My Wrongs
2:38 $1.00
10. Changeling
4:13 $1.00
11. Mug Your Gate
3:47 $1.00
12. Hidden Gold
5:46 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In every waking moment, we are challenged to cherish or overlook the blessings within and around us. Each of the songs in this collection hinges on whether "hidden gold" is discovered, ignored, embraced, or buried. May you find some that shines for you.

Drake Oranwood (aka Eric Schrager) is a songwriter, singer, and medieval/renaissance enthusiast who brings modern sensibilities to original songs set long ago and far away, with lush arrangements that transport the listener. A couple of Elizabethan tunes and a spoken word piece round out the experience.

In the Society for Creative Anachronism, Drake is part of the bardic community, where original and period performances are shared at fire circles and waysides for weary travelers. This collection owes a debt to many generous and creative souls who offered their talents, their voices, their ears, and their wisdom to help bring it to life.

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