Muse Crossing | Crossed Lines

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Crossed Lines

by Muse Crossing

Lush, three-part vocal arrangements of popular songs backed by acoustic guitar, mandolin and violin.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Let It Be
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2. Too Far to Fall
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3. Four Strong Winds
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4. We'll Be Okay / White Blank Page
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5. If I Had Words
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6. Rise
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7. Eye in the Sky
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8. Jet Plane in a Rocking Chair
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9. Holding On
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10. High Hill
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11. Helplessly Hoping
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12. When I Go
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Muse Crossing is Shawn Dohring, Michèle Voillequé and Mark Walstrom – three very different musicians who share a passion for singing. We play eclectic arrangements of folk, popular, and classical songs, always with an emphasis on tight vocal harmony. We have many inspirations, but mostly we choose beautiful songs that we can make our own. We recorded this CD like we perform: in one room, listening to each other. We've been singing together as often as we can since early 2013.

"Muse Crossing covers are like seeing an old friend that you remember being kind of pretty, and noticing she is now radiant and gorgeous." – R. N.

"Good for the Heart!" – F. S.

After we opened for Marin/Marin at Studio 55
“The other act, "Muse Crossing" turned out to be a wonderful harmony-singing trio with a fabulous blend and great arrangements.” Rik Elswit

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