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Road To Everafter

by Dan Oakenhead

Modern folk at its best – songs of wonder, heart, and laughter from the high mountains of the American west, and the light of Ireland.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Isn't He Someone
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2. Road To Everafter
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3. Rose
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4. An Daingean
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5. Undetected
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6. After Everafter
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7. Captain Rush and the Queen of Dreams
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8. The World Ends Every Morning At Sunrise
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9. Karoshi
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10. Generations
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11. Letters From A Friend
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12. Stones, Streams, and Trees
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Album Notes
Dan's most folk-oriented collection, this album was inspired by travels in Ireland, one wild night of music with Con Durham at the An Conair Lounge and Bar, Dingle, County Kerry, with further influences from the works of John Prine, Phil Ochs, Gram Parsons, Steve Goodman, and James Taylor. Credits: Dan Oakenhead: guitars, vocals, synths, percussion, whistle, Tibetan singing bowl, piano. Graham Webster: bass. Cover photography on the isle of Skellig Michael (Sceilig Mhichíl) by Margaret Lamont. All lyric and music by Dan Oakenhead. Published by Northern Sky Music (BMI).

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