Kevin Griffin | Live in an empty room with Pete Shamon

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Live in an empty room with Pete Shamon

by Kevin Griffin

A Less is More acoustic singer songwriter. If you can imagine Johnny Cash and Paul Simon sitting around a campfire singing songs, then you know what he sounds like.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lullaby (where does the moon go?)
3:04 $0.49
2. Randall
4:16 $0.49
3. Good Intentions
3:43 $0.49
4. Subway Song
4:46 $0.49
5. Red Skies (with Pete)
3:04 $0.49
6. All I Got
4:24 $0.49
7. Skippy Drives (with Pete)
4:47 $0.49
8. Mary Dyer
3:38 $0.49
9. Better Way of Dreaming
4:00 $0.49
10. Might Not Be Alone
4:28 $0.49
11. Continental Drift (with Pete)
4:06 $0.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
FOR DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION ONLY. AT LEAST FOR NOW. You can download this CD right here! Right Now! (yeah Jesus Jones) or from Itunes and many other online sources.

This was recorded live at the Sky Bar in Somerville, MA (may it rest in peace) with Pete Shamon on pedal steel and electric guitar. It includes some songs from Red Skies with contributions from Pete and some new songs that have never been recorded.

One of the new songs made the semi finals in the International Songwriting Contest. It's called Lullaby. It's a small song and it was great to see it get such a good reaction.

This CD is simple. Just words, guitar, pedal steel and an occasional harmonica. I’m not apologizing for that, it’s the way I like it. I hope you do too.

Thanks for showing up here. This Internet’s a big place and you ended up here. I appreciate it. kev



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