Michael Campbell | Eminent Domain (Soundtrack)

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Eminent Domain (Soundtrack)

by Michael Campbell

This dramatic Scottish/Western folk-influenced music was composed to accompany the play "Eminent Domain" by Laura Leininger-Campbell. It includes introduction music for the two acts and scene change themes. Song titles represent the scenes they introduce.
Genre: Folk: Scottish Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Eminent Domain
1:10 album only
2. Easter
1:22 album only
3. Ascension Hymn
1:20 album only
4. May Day
1:12 album only
5. Billie's Theme
1:50 album only
6. Memorial Day Noon
1:18 album only
7. Memorial Day Night
1:19 album only
8. Memorial Day Midnight
0:39 album only
9. Labor Day Hymn
1:11 album only
10. Samhain
1:22 album only
11. Eminent Domain Curtain Call
1:32 album only
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Album Notes
"A true professional on stage, and the sounds that come out of his guitar are pure bliss." — Express Magazine
"One of the area's top acoustic guitar players." — Omaha World-Herald
Campbell reminds me of some of the best singer-songwriters, such as James Taylor or Marshall Crenshaw." — Reader Magazine

The "Eminent Domain Soundtrack" album was composed to accompany the award-winning theatrical production "Eminent Domain" by Laura Leininger-Campbell. Written in an instrumental folk style that blends Scottish and Western heritage—fat with war drums, flutes, guitars and bagpipes—it is a shift from Campbell's broader singer-songwriter style, rich in intimate lyrics, metaphor and humor.



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