Greg Hale Jones | Now There Is A Tree of Ghosts

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Now There Is A Tree of Ghosts

by Greg Hale Jones

Original music used in the soundtrack to the feature "The General's Daughter". This CD is an unusual mixture of archival voices and contemporary electronica.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. She Began to Lie
2:39 album only
2. Rachel Rocket
2:48 album only
3. Mighty Good Road
4:06 album only
4. Gonna Rise and Fly
4:14 album only
5. Sept Ans Sur Mer
3:19 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.



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aSHleiGH WiTT-fARriS

Buy this cd-and buy it from cd baby
I bought this cd for a specific song, but it has quickly become one of my favorites. The blending of raw/beautiful vocals and mesmerizing beats make it a real treat for those partial to hollers and field songs. This was my first purchase from CD Baby. It was the very best cd purchasing experience I have ever had due to the excellent customer service, fast shipping and overall cleverness of cd baby.


Every track a winner, no complaints.
I bought this CD purely because of the soundtrack that the artist contributed to. The only shame is it's running time, but it takes nothing away from the originality. The music evokes a very atmospheric mood, which is just what you need when played on a miserable rainy day. All in all, you should have no reservations about purchasing this album.

Stella Armstrong

Moving, spiritual, experimental electronica based on works from the 30's
The CD is absolutely gorgeous. The music manages to keep you intertwined with the singers and makes you think about how far music has come in the centuries past. Mixing folk songs from the 30's with experimental modern electronica made this work even more thought provoking for the more younger listener, giving it an edge that the younger generation can relate to, yet giving them a chance to think about what's being sang. Wonderful!