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More Storey Lines

by John Storey

More outstanding original songs from this accomplished acoustic contemporary folk music performer backed by some excellent musicians.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Free and Easy Days
4:15 $0.89
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2. Time to Go to Work Son
3:33 $0.89
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3. Dear Molly
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4. What Did You Do in the War Dad?
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5. The Lost Village
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6. One Block Away
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7. Repatriation
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8. Requiem for a Red Box
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9. Nought Degrees West
3:49 $0.89
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10. Brief Encounter
4:24 $0.89
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11. I Don't Do Any Radiohead
2:56 $0.89
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12. The Song I Wrote Is You
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13. Sixties Folk Revival
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14. In Mossdale Caves (feat. Paul and Rosie Cherry)
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is John's 3rd studio album, and his best yet. 14 excellent tracks full of fine lyrics that tell stories, and flow along with simple tuneful melodies. All the songs are well crafted and have superb backing from a variety of instruments including keyboard, flute and fiddle.
Something for everyone who likes meaningful music
Stan Graham remarks "The quality of your lyrics and melodies shines through ... if there is any justice these songs should be covered and heard in Folk Clubs far and wide."

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eddie

Storey Songs
Joshn Storey's songs have some remarkable lyrics, he is obviously very observant and manages to create clear images of his observations in his writing. The song 'What did you do in the War, Dad?' is very perceptive.
Folksingers will benefit by listening to this CD and perhaps learning some of these songs from this sensitively crafted songwriter's album.
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