Steve Mednick & Eddie Seville | La Collaborazione Del Due: At The Ferndale Sanctuary Vol 1

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La Collaborazione Del Due: At The Ferndale Sanctuary Vol 1

by Steve Mednick & Eddie Seville

A first time compilation by two Connecticut-baed singer-songwriters.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Toulouse Reprieve
3:54 album only
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2. Ten Signs
3:09 album only
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3. Lone Star Serenade
4:05 album only
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4. Crash And Burn
4:29 album only
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5. Man On The Road
5:36 album only
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6. Castles
4:10 album only
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7. Howard's Run
3:33 album only
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8. Walking on Faith
3:48 album only
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9. Love's Got A Hold
3:35 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Unconditional love for true roots music has united these two talented singer-songwriters from Connecticut to deliver an honest and beautiful tribute to love and good music in form of ten classic songs.” Rootstime (Neth. October 2009). STeve and Eddie are singer-songwriters who produce music...utterly original and instantly familiar. An eclectic CD which runs the gambit from "Toulouse Reprieve" a haunting song about the foreboding of death and redemption to the rocking guitar song "Ten Signs". "Lone Star Serenade" is a tribute to any honky tonk bar anywhere...anytime. "Crash and Burn" is the story of the sons of the old mill towns scattered from here to there. "Man on the Road" is an elegy to the late U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy. "Castles" a cry of the herat and an indignant demand to make change work for the people. "Howard's Run" and "Walking on Faith" are odes to the power of music and love. "Love's Got a Hold" capture the quiet certainty of love. This is music bound together by a message of hope and a reverance for its own roots.

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