Ian Tamblyn | Walking the Bones (The Four Coast Project, Vol. 3)

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Walking the Bones (The Four Coast Project, Vol. 3)

by Ian Tamblyn

Walking the Bones is Volume Three of the Four Coast Project, musically interpreting the four coastlines of Canada. Walking the Bones is about the Arctic coastline , travelling from Hershel Isand in the west to Ellesmere Island across theNorthwest Passage
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. World of Wonder
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2. Time Stand Still
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3. Chasing the Sun
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4. Fata Morgana
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5. Black Wing Waving
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6. Dog Tail Wagging
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7. Favourite time of the Year
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8. Snot Nose Kid
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9. Aupilarjuk's Song
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10. Arviat Drum Song
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11. Looking Down on Beechey
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12. Ivory bear
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13. Ghosts of Hershel
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14. Rankin
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This Cd was recorded between January and April 2011. The Arctic is about many things , one being space and I wanted to represent that on the album. I also wanted to bring forth some personal impressions of Arctic as well as sketches of contemporary life mixed in with a representations from what has come to be known as the "historical period" that is to say the period when Europeans found interest in the Arctic and specifically the North west Passage. There are fourteen glimpses of the Arctic on this album . There are many more.

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