Ian Tamblyn | Side By Each

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Side By Each

by Ian Tamblyn

This is a collection of short stories , adventures , mysteries put to song . The songs all have been written in the past few years following my travels from Antarctica to the Canadian Arctic Scotland to my homeinthe Gatineau hills.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Sailor
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2. Three Whales
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3. Stromness
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4. Listen to the Water Fall
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5. Skraeling Island
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6. A.Y.
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7. Stolen Days
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8. Two Glasses
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9. Share With You
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10. Clodagh
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11. Bluebells of Gigha
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12. Farewell to Fuinary
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Please go to my website www.tamblyn.com for further information. This CD started as a small project and took on a life of its own. For the past several years I have been working on theme based projects and this one started as collection of disconnected tunes and so I called the project Side by Each , a colloquial expression , often referred to when ordering eggs in North Western Ontario. The songs were side by each . I found out as did the album that the songs were more connected than I had originally thought , connected by themes of aloneness and connectedness . The songs travel from Antarctica to Greenland but there is as much about the inner journey or better said the inner consequences of travel.

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