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by John Wildsmith

Take a deep breath, relax and float upstream. This is folk meditation for the soul.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cambridge Way
2:35 $2.00
2. Lavinia
2:33 $2.00
3. Morning Star
3:23 $0.99
4. Anywhere With You
4:28 $2.00
5. Batman and God
1:58 $0.99
6. Simons Song
4:01 $2.00
7. Ghost
3:01 $2.00
8. Sign of Our Times
2:48 $2.00
9. Missing
3:52 $2.00
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I'm a self taught musician and have been playing since I was 12. I'm 44 now. I began songwriting when I was about 14. I was born in England then we moved to Oakville Canada when I was one. We lived there for 7 yrs then moved to Holland for two yrs then to Cambridge England where I lived for about 12 yrs then to Newcastle (Northeast England). When I was 28 I moved here to Vancouver B.C and that's all the moving about I'm going to do. I love it here. Through all the moving and culture shock's music has been a constant source of comfort and distraction for me. I prefer acoustic sounds though I do like the way an electric guitar can sound with an acoustic. Forward 6 yrs - I've since joined a rock band and am really enjoying sharing the songwriting process with other band members. I love just being able to come up with a catchy riff or chord pattern and then the rest of the band kicks in all adding their different parts - it's spontaneous and unpredictable and more exciting than writing alone. I'm much more into playing with other musicians. I realize I've been missing out. Anyway, I'm in a band now - better late than never. Our bands next step is to get some recording done so we can send links and get gigs. Our bands name is "Levity Ball." The other big new thing in my musical life is I've been teaching myself the fiddle. I learn tunes at home and go to the bluegrass club downtown as much as I can - lots of fun. I enjoy most types of fiddle playing but mainly - bluegrass, Irish and Scottish. I still enjoy the singer-songwriting thing when I get time. It's sort of my way of keeping a diary of big changes in my life or things that effect me emotionally. It'll be interesting to see where I'm at in another 6 years. Over and out.



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