Joel Crichton | Pins On a Map

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Pins On a Map

by Joel Crichton

Pins On A Map is as much a travelogue as it is an album. From the bittersweet folk/roots groove of Somewhere In The Blue, to the lush and epic Aotearoa, the songs convey a sense of inertia and searching; change and transformation: humour and poignancy.
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1. Somewhere in the Blue
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2. Aquaphobia (Fish Song)
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3. Don't Let Me Down
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4. Finding It
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5. The Storm
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6. Remain
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7. A C 8984 Ottawa to Paris
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8. Anchor Watch
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9. The World Can Wait
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10. Sleepless (in Saskatoon)
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11. Cora
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12. Berlin
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13. Aotearoa
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14. Pins On a Map
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Album Notes
Joel Crichton's music truly defies genre. An eclectic mix containing traces of Billy Joel, Ben Folds, and Queen, Crichton occasionally flirts with punk, polka, and musical theatre, and flies with a lyricism reminiscent of Paul Simon and Leonard Cohen.

Pins On A Map, his debut effort, is as much a travelogue as it is an album. From the bittersweet folk/roots groove of Somewhere In The Blue, to the lush and epic Aotearoa, the songs - written in places as far-flung as Vancouver Island, New Zealand, Capo Verde, and International Waters - convey a sense of inertia and searching; constant change and transformation: humour and poignancy.

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