John McGrail | Singles Volume One

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Singles Volume One

by John McGrail

Progressive Folk Rock
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Can't Find My Way Back Home
4:37 album only
2. Nothing Good About Losing
3:55 album only
3. You Will Smile Again
3:29 album only
4. Extraordinary Times
5:45 album only
5. They're Dishing It Out
5:15 album only
6. You Believe
5:09 album only
7. Head in the Ground
3:55 album only
8. Would You Take a Stance
3:20 album only
9. It Doesn't Matter
3:43 album only
10. Changing of the Guard
4:42 album only
11. Don't Resist
5:28 album only
12. Ain't Got the Money (To Buy Me a Politician)
4:30 album only


Album Notes
Cleveland based singer songwriter John McGrail has been writing music for the last 40 years and performing for over 35 of those years. His tastes are wide as is exemplified by the variety of artist with whom he has shared a stage. He has performed with or opened for Ellis Paul, the Irish group The Chieftains, East LA Tex-Mex group Las Cafeteras, The Cowboy Junkies, New Age artist Larkin, native American songwriter Bill Miller and political folk songwriter Dan Bern amongst others.

Categorized as a folk musician he accepts that and on some level even agrees, but his influences range far beyond that and they all contribute to the ‘folk’ music that he creates. Analysis of his tunes would find things like odd meters, Floydian textures, and the occasional stinging guitar solo. Then there are the lyrics... well there are those who have described him as the Dark Prince of Cleveland Folk.



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