Chris Kendall and the Coulee Kings | Let's Take a Walk

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Let's Take a Walk

by Chris Kendall and the Coulee Kings

New-grass, story-songs,
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jimmy and the Moon
4:54 album only
2. My Reflection
4:22 album only
3. Life of a Fire
3:43 album only
4. Walking Side By Side
4:20 album only
5. Bonneville
4:54 album only
6. Sirens
4:05 album only
7. Sing the Same Song
4:51 album only
8. Someone Else\'s Town
3:54 album only
9. Can\'t Get There From Here
4:43 album only
10. Altered Boy
3:42 album only
11. Walking in the Alley
4:48 album only
12. Let\'s Take a Walk
2:43 album only


Album Notes
I started playing guitar after college and played folks songs that my Uncle Phil Binks taught me a s a kid. Then I statrted writing wedding songs for my brother, sisters and cousins and then went to writing lyrics about most anythings on my mind.

Now I get up early and write lyrics in the bathtub everyday that I can! 650+ done to date and about 125 set to music. It is a reflective thing I do to bring some sense to a fast paced life. It is great feeling to head off to work with a song in my pocket. I try to catch the feel of the lyrics throught the melody, typically by grabbing a rock or folk riff stuck in my head from the 60's and 70's. After I beat it to death to make it fit I then add tags, bridges and other things to finish them. I mostly play guitar but mess around with an accordion and mandolin from time to time.

This is the second album completed and I'm half done with a third. I'm very grateful to Tom Moncrieff and Mark Gunderson and the the other musicians who add their time and talent to bring these bathtub ditties to life.



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