February Sky | Time-Honored Pathways

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Time-Honored Pathways

by February Sky

A collection of traditional and traditional-sounding songs and tunes, varying from old British ballads to new original songs, all dealing with the pathways that we choose or that sometimes choose us.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Slieve Gallen Braes
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2. Rowing from Isla to Uist
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3. Rock Spirits
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4. A Blacksmith Courted Me
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5. Inner Voice Shouting
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6. John Barleycorn
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7. The Hawthorn Tree of Cawdor
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8. Guenevere
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9. The Great Silkie
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10. Child of the Future
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11. Hector the Hero
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12. This Job
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13. I Was A Young Man
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14. Old-Fashioned Farmer
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15. Predisposed to the Sound of Bagpipes
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16. Photograph
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17. The Wind That Shakes the Barley
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18. Kate and the Ghost of Lost Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When we began recording this album, we didn’t know we had a theme. When we started the process of final mixing, and were trying to come up with a title, we realized that every song we included is about a journey, some literal, some spiritual, some even in other realities, and that a line from Susan’s “Old Fashioned Farmer” song would make the perfect title. We included traditional songs with no single known author, as well as new songs by 21st century writers. All of them reflect our belief that folk music is a continuum, and that journeys and pathways, whether chosen or imposed by circumstances or culture, will be a part of life on this Earth as long as she continues to spin in her own pathway around the sun.

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