William DuMond | Gone Again

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Gone Again

by William DuMond

Thoughtful romantic ballads accompanied by easy listening guitar, piano, viola, and bass.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gone Again
3:20 album only
2. Chord Out Of Tune
5:02 album only
3. Face In The Water
3:37 album only
4. But That Was Yesterday
3:58 album only
5. Gentle Love, So Fair
3:57 album only
6. Beautiful Brown-Eyed Friend
2:14 album only
7. She's Got Love
2:31 album only
8. Such A Beautiful Day
4:19 album only
9. Now That We're Alone
3:41 album only
10. The Wanderer
5:34 album only


Album Notes
If you like romantic lyrics in the style of James Taylor or John Denver accompanied by guitar, piano and other instruments, you'll like the CD "Gone Again" with all songs composed and performed by William DuMond.

Starting with the song "Gone Again" and concluding with "The Wanderer" the melodic ballads of this CD explore the romantic themes of love abandoned, lost and found and wandering quests.

The songs "The Face in the Water" and "But That Was Yesterday" lift up a romantic vision of hope for a brighter day in the face of disappointment.

Two romantic songs that provide refreshing, yet thoughtful easy listening are "Gentle Love, So Fair" and "She's Got Love". "Such a Beautiful Day" and "Now That We're Alone" introduce more rhythm and an upbeat tempo to the romantic collage.

The album "Gone Again" represents a rekindling of William DuMond's musical creativity. Not only were half of the songs completed while producing the album, but William renewed his love of the viola, which can be heard on "Gone Again", "Chord Out of Tune", and "The Wanderer".

William hails from Avon, Indiana.



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