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Mr. Hatchet | This Side of Heaven

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This Side of Heaven

by Mr. Hatchet

Folk, Acoustic, Alt country, Americana, Indie
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Sunset Eyes
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2. Bolted Down
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3. Stay for a While
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4. Please Tell Me How
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5. The Next Plane
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6. Brief Moment
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7. Muzzler
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8. Tinder
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9. Still
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10. Afraid
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I've written this album in loving memory of my father, who sadly passed away in October 2012.
Since he died I often feel numb and unable to express my feelings. It feels like an airplane, once exploring the skies, but now rusty and pinned down to the ground. However I know I just started my life, so I'll have to go on. When I wrote my first song "Bolted Down" I discovered that in a way it's a bit like my father must have felt, during the past seven years of his life: an extravagant and venturous man "bolted down" to his wheelchair and bed. After that song a couple more songs followed. So it's almost a concept album. It's not only about my father, but about life's beauty and sadness. They always seem to be in balance. Strife makes a person realize the good things in life. The title comes from the song "If we never meet again this side of Heaven" from Albert E. Brumley. We live on this side of Heaven now. But in time we will be on the other side and meet our Maker.

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