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Justine Wahlin | A Long Way from Home

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A Long Way from Home

by Justine Wahlin

Alternative Ambient Folk/country
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. A Long Way from Home (feat. Michael Ward, Dylan Hartas & Glen Schollum)
3:21 $1.69
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2. Time Slides (feat. Michael Ward, Peter Head, Dylan Hartas & Glen Schollum)
5:12 $1.69
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3. Free to Fall (feat. Glen Schollum, Dylan Hartas & Michael Ward)
5:32 $1.69
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4. Out Of (feat. Peter Head, Dylan Hartas, Glen Schollum & Michael Ward)
4:35 $1.69
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5. Timid Handshake (feat. Glen Schollum, Michael Ward & Dylan Hartus)
4:12 $1.69
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6. Solitude (feat. Michael Ward & Glen Schollum)
4:33 $1.69
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7. Old Man (feat. Dylan Hartas, Michael Ward & Glen Schollum)
4:00 $1.69
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8. Have We Met (feat. Dylan Hartas, Michael Ward & Glen Schollum)
4:52 $1.69
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9. Happy Hour (feat. Dylan Hartas, Michael Ward & Glen Schollum)
4:01 $1.69
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10. Allusive Perfume (feat. Peter Head, Michael Ward & Glen Schollum)
4:27 $1.69
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11. New Spirits (feat. Glen Schollum & Michael Ward)
4:54 $1.69
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
An album of truly original songs, difficult to pigeon hole but as a whole the album leans toward an alternative, ambient col/country feel with a rich lyrical content and beautifully composed soundscapes. Haunting vocals and creative instrumental sections make this a very enjoyable album, with nothing out of place or overdone, soft and yet gutsy, it will keep you listening to its beautiful conclusion.

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