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Les Finnigan | Stories Without Words

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Stories Without Words

by Les Finnigan

This album features some of Finnigan's most relaxing and meditative compositions, with the exception of the hit (two-handed tapping piece), "The Woodcutter".
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. The Woodcutter
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2. Upstairs
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3. Maybe
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4. On the First of January / A Few Days Later
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5. Time Alone
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6. September Again
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7. April's Fool
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8. Ann's Dream
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9. Little One
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10. The Calling
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11. After the Drought
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12. Up All Night
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Album Notes
"Finnigan specializes in pretty guitar tunes that could tame such savage beasts."
- Steve Newton, The Georgia Straight, September 16, 1999.

"Finnigan's music is at times soothing, uplifting, exciting and melancholy."
- Corry Anderson-Fennel, The Now, September 8, 1999.

This album features some of Finnigan's most relaxing and meditative compositions, with the exception of the hit (two-handed tapping piece), "The Woodcutter".

On many occasions, after a performance, I have been approached by someone who wants to tell me about the stories and images they have seen while listening to my music. I consider this to be the ultimate compliment and it is the reason behind naming this new collection of compositions "Stories Without Words".
- Les Finnigan

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