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Jim Krause & Anne Hurley | Crossing the Inland Sea

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Crossing the Inland Sea

by Jim Krause & Anne Hurley

The 2nd CD from guitarist/composer Jim Krause and cellist Anne Hurley. Krause’s compositions weave classical, traditional, and indigenous themes into melodies both haunting and beautiful that transport listeners to distant places.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Native Lands (feat. Grey Larsen)
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:12 $0.99
2. Beautiful Day
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:36 $0.99
3. Rose Hill (feat. Grey Larsen)
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:46 $1.20
4. Air in D
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:05 $1.20
5. Shadow Canyon
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
4:35 $0.99
6. Messephani
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:24 $0.99
7. Gabriola (feat. Tim Moore)
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:54 $0.99
8. The Burden of Angels
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:55 $1.20
9. Night Falls (feat. Grey Larsen)
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
2:58 $0.99
10. Turn Point (feat. Grey Larsen)
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:20 $0.99
11. North Channel Lullaby
Jim Krause & Anne Hurley
3:07 $0.99
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Album Notes
Crossing the Inland Sea - The inland seas are beautiful, wild and vast. You can sail over them or if the timing is right, hike across them. Mid-March in the Grand Canyon, my boots crunched on dry, ancient sandstone as I crossed the desert floor. Once this was all covered by a shallow inland sea. Three months later a perigee full moon closely aligned with the summer solstice. Anne and I were sailing north on an overnight passage across Lake Huron in our sailboat. We arrived in its North Channel to spend four days
in a peaceful anchorage with no one but a family of loons to keep us company. These moments, crossings, and places are the seeds that grew into this humble collection of songs.

I hope that in some small way you travel with us as you listen and that all of your crossings are full of adventure and beauty. - Jim



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