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The Blueberry Moon

by Jim Chorley

Jim Chorley is one of those rare Acoustic/Folk singer-songwriters who marries poetry with music and in doing so, creates a unique world of his own.
Genre: Easy Listening: Ballads
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" Jim Chorley has been around the music scene for quite some time, popping up in venues and festivals and often stealing the show. Up until now he's always been somewhat below the radar, and those of us who have "discovered" him feel like we have this magical secret that nobody else knows about. It seems now is time to share him with the rest of the world ! "
(from a review by Adam Jenkins for Fatea magazine ( online folk and acoustic music publication )

Jim Chorley is an Acoustic/Folk singer-songwriter from Southampton

His unique, authentic music and songs are honest, from the heart, down to earth and real.

He tells story-songs of wild woods, Welshman's Daughters, sing along sea shanties on the high rolling seas, romantic meetings on the cobbled streets of a midnight city and the magical, mystical, mysteries of love, life and nature.

Having played numerous live shows and festivals, including the renowned Cambridge Folk festival and the Larmer Tree festival in Wiltshire. Jim has supported a wealth of artists including Folk singer Jackie Oates, Folk legends Martin Carthy and Julie Felix, BBC Folk award nominees The Emily Portman Trio, Polly and the Billets Doux and Paul Simmonds of The Men They Couldn't Hang.

The Blueberry Moon is an acoustic ballad that was inspired by a walk along Southampton's historic waterfront. The song tells of a couple meeting beneath the city's landmark 'Itchen Bridge' and spending an evening falling deeper in love.

The single was recorded and produced by Nick Bowen at Quay West Studios in Gosport and features Jamie Wilson on cello.



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