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Les Finnigan | Things My Guitar Said (10th Anniversary Edition)

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Things My Guitar Said (10th Anniversary Edition)

by Les Finnigan

2007 Canadian Folk Music Award Nomination for Best Instrumentalist - Solo. Les Finnigan revisits his first album and records the definitive versions of these compositions to create this 10th Anniversary edition of "Things My Guitar Said".
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. I Caught the Key
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2. Bouncing Ball
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3. A One Week Trance
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4. Another Wasted Sunday
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5. Dave's Workshop
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6. What's Your Point?
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7. Finnigan's Jig
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8. Dish Mountain
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9. Hallow Evening
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10. Delta & Gromit
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11. Good as New
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12. Listening Train
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13. Antique Invention
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14. Ralph's Town
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15. Don't Leave Me Hanging
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2007 Canadian Folk Music Award Nomination for Best Instrumentalist - Solo.

"Les Finnigan, one jawdroppingly fine acoustic guitar player, is a regular busker at Granville Island. This is a re-recording of his first album from 1997 - he's made four more since - played with a decade's worth of woodshedding behind it."
- John P. McLaughlin, The Province, September 19, 2006.




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