Edward St Moritz | Small Things Shining Bright

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Small Things Shining Bright

by Edward St Moritz

Like a Renaissance painting, this collection is a deep insight into the darkness and brightness of the human condition, with the light of perception, a mastery of multiple genres, performed with a singular, inimitable voice.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. If You'll Be My Gypsy
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2. Take No Prisoner Eyes
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3. Foolish Gold
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4. Writing on the Wall
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5. The Ten Minute Test
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6. Rendezvous of Fools
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7. Corporal Richardson
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8. You'll Have My Memory
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9. Four Whores of the Endtimes
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10. City from the Sky
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11. Soft Snow Falls
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12. Cookin' in the Kitchen
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13. Small Things Shining Bright
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Your music takes me to somewhere between the Renaissance and a more contemporary Troubadour. 
Great...funny, honest, interesting, compelling.
... authentic, diverse, delivered with mastery and passion." Marg Gurr, sculptor and artist.

This is a steamer trunk of road tunes with bucket lists full of dreams; Inspirations from church pews to voices in the wee hours of the morning; " what if I had ten minutes to live?" kind of questions; Parisian cafes, secret assignations, the scent of Gauloises in the air; nightmares and suicide and PTSD, reflections on life and death without an afterlife; sex in the kitchen and love in a cup of morning coffee.

Listen to songs “lyrically driven in a kind of post-folk way, fusing elements of classical Old World influences and gritty observation.”

There is love there, but with a distinct taste of cigars and old single malt scotch.

Age, mortality, death; love, sex and shadowed divine farce from a darkside navigator.


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