Loralyn Coles | Blue Moonlight

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Blue Moonlight

by Loralyn Coles

Whether it’s a contemporary or a new “traditional” Folk song, an Irish ballad that could be centuries old, or a classic heartbreak Country song, Loralyn’s clear voice and evocative songwriting transport you to other places, other times.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sultry Ways
5:10 album only
2. Northern Lights
4:28 album only
3. Golden Songs, The Water Is Wide
4:19 album only
4. Fallen Tears
3:51 album only
5. Paper Angels
4:47 album only
6. Long Distance Train
3:15 album only
7. Once In A Blue Moonlight
3:11 album only
8. Gypsy Star
5:00 album only
9. Lark In The Morning, Wild Geese At Night
3:41 album only
10. Offer Me A Sip
3:44 album only
11. Children of Summer
4:54 album only


Album Notes
In these original songs, maple trees wear lipstick, golden songs are sung on uncharted shores, the Northern Lights dance for the dead, and sweat is champagne skin. Let paper angels carry pain away and gypsy stars take you along, while the trains sound more lonesome in this blue moonlight.

Accompanying Loralyn on her debut release with their own expressive playing are: Jon Carroll (Mary Chapin Carpenter Band, Starland Vocal Band) on piano, Fred Lieder (Lisa Moscatiello) on cello, Dave Van Allen (Last Train Home) on pedal steel, Robert Spates on violin, David Kitchen, and other wonderful DC area musicians.

Produced by multiple Wammie winning producer, Marco Delmar, these are songs that explore desire, loss, and hope.



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