Maelor Hughes | Turning of the Seasons

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Turning of the Seasons

by Maelor Hughes

Turning of the Seasons - A follow on collection album delivering a modern blend of Folk and Indie
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. Cards Dealt
3:47 $1.42
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2. Milltown Boy
5:27 $1.42
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3. Better Day
3:14 $1.42
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4. Oh Those Eyes
5:41 $1.42
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5. Down the Road
3:56 $1.42
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6. Maybe over Time
4:05 $1.42
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7. Morning Sun
6:23 $1.42
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8. All of These Nights
3:39 $1.42
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9. Big Golden Pot
3:47 $1.42
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10. Lullabies
4:18 $1.42
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11. Poor Mans Game
4:36 $1.42
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12. Poppies
4:59 $1.42
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Maelor Hughes is an independent Solo Singer/Songwriter based in Accrington, Lancashire. He delivers an energetic twist on traditional folk blending melodic riffs with upbeat folk.

Having been in bands for the last 15 years, Maelor decided it was time to hit the road alone. Since starting his solo career Maelor has enjoyed playing alongside or supporting The Levellers, The Wonderstuff, Dan Donnelly, Ocean Colour Scene, Dreadzone, Merry Hell, 3 Daft Monkeys, Reverend and The Makers, Ferocious Dog, Gaz Brookfield, Troubadour, Young Rebel Set, Bez - Happy Mondays, Panjenix, Bo Weavil amongst many others...

"Every Home needs a Maelor in it"
- Dan Donnelly (The Wonderstuff)

I like what this guy does..."The Lovechild of The Levellers and Billy Bragg"
- BBC Introducing

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