Kerry Parks | Farther Along

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Farther Along

by Kerry Parks

Story songs, word pictures, message tunes and good time acoustic blues.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. The Other End of the Rainbow
4:42 $1.50
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2. Don't It Rain?
4:24 $1.50
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3. Reflection
4:34 $1.50
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4. Pilgrim's Plaint
4:16 $1.50
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5. Nobody's Fault but Mine
2:32 $1.50
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6. Rx: Love
2:00 $1.50
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7. Scarecrow
3:48 $1.50
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8. Soup Bowl Blues
3:46 $1.50
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9. Before the Last Tear
4:47 $1.50
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10. Missionary
3:32 $1.50
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11. What Have the Times Changed To?
3:27 $1.50
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12. Train to Glory
3:07 $1.50
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13. Farther Along
3:37 $1.50
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kerry Parks, of the acoustic trio Steel Wound, presents Farther Along, an album of story songs, message tunes and good time blues.

Steel Wound is Kerry Parks on vocals, acoustic & resonator guitars and harmonica, with Paul Fisher on acoustic guitar and vocals, and Brian McMahon on acoustic bass and vocals.

They are joined in the studio by Andrew Smith on all things strings, keyboards and vocals, Zachari Smith on drums and percussion, dobro and lap steel, keyboards and vocals, Neil Fraser on jazz guitar and Delvecchio resonator guitar, Steve Lauriault on blues harmonica, and Miles Black on Hammond B3.

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Andrew Smith and Zachari Smith at Lake Studios, Kelowna BC and Montreal, PQ.

Compared in writing style to John Prine, Gordon Lightfoot, or Bob Dylan, some say Parks sings like Leonard Cohen. Crooning ballads or croaking out the blues, his characteristic style comes across on this selection of thirteen tunes.


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