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Travelers

by Dave Kilbank & Paul Bezooyen

A rich blending of 12 and 6 string acoustic guitars... smooth vocal harmonies and clever lyrics... flavored with folk, new age and jazz, spiced with bass, drums, strings and other instruments. Crafted to be a massage for the music lover's soul.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Lifeline
Paul Bezooyen
5:05 $0.75
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2. Travelers
Paul Bezooyen
3:52 $0.75
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3. Sky Blue
Paul Bezooyen
4:06 $0.75
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4. The Milky Way
Paul Bezooyen
4:01 $0.75
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5. Cathedral
Paul Bezooyen
4:16 $0.75
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6. Silver Lining
Paul Bezooyen
4:21 $0.75
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7. Want and Need
Paul Bezooyen
4:17 $0.75
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8. Good Old Days
Paul Bezooyen
3:49 $0.75
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9. Peacetime
Paul Bezooyen
4:11 $0.75
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10. Failure to Succeed
Paul Bezooyen
4:46 $0.75
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11. Missing You
Paul Bezooyen
4:37 $0.75
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12. Joy
Paul Bezooyen
4:08 $0.75
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dave KIlbank and Paul Bezooyen are singer / songwriters, each with a long, rich history of songwriting, performing, and producing. Their emotive and unique works have been used by film makers and television producers. In concert they connect with their audience with clever and thought provoking lyrics and evocative musical arrangements.

Dave and Paul have very different musical influences and styles, so at first, this partnership would seem to be an unlikely success however, it is because of these diverse influences that this collaboration has been so productive. A perfect example of the saying "The whole is greater than the sum of the parts".

Their debut CD "Travelers" is tough to catagorize. The primary feel is set by the 12 and 6 string acoustic guitars and the rich vocal harmonies. From this foundation the duo flavors their songs with a diverse range of instruments, rhythms and styles. 3 instrumentals provide a nice intermission from the lyrical content. The result is an album with wonderful and interesting musical surprises. A massage for the music lovers soul.

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David Morrison

Vancouver Island Folk Music Treasure!
I recently saw these guys play at a fundraising event near Nanaimo on Vancouver Island, and they were a true delight! Their voices are very different, but harmonize beautifully, and as guitarists they are extremely skilled with a lovely touch. I listen to a lot of folk music, both old and new, from Canada and around the world, and even if the quality of performance is high it's rare that anything offering something that little bit different comes along. That's what makes Dave and Paul's 'Travelers'' so refreshing, as it's sequenced in a way that makes it feel like a loosely themed concept album, as the title would imply taking the listener on a journey from first track to last. In some ways it seems to be about the human journey, looking at things that affect us all. For example, can there be anyone who has not stared at the stars and constellations in the night sky and struggled to comprehend the impossible vastness of the universe, or wondered about the possibility of extra-terrestrial life? This is considered in the lovely song, 'The Milky Way,' and through its direct lyrics is very thought provoking. I also really like the medieval madrigal-like feel of Paul's 'Cathedral, ' the funny and clever lyrics of Dave's 'Failure to Succeed,' and the warm reminiscence of 'Good Old Days,' but despite an overall mood of wistful melancholy there are some joyous moments, especially the last sing-along song, ' Joy,' ending this very satisfying album on a note of simple optimism. I can't find anything else online by these guys together, so presume this is their first team-up, but it's certainly one that has produced some gorgeous songs (and three pretty instrumentals), so I hope they have the opportunity to work together some more in the future.
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Judy Millar

Lovin' the harmonies here
I bought this because I love the harmonies of this duo. Great value for your folk-loving dollar!
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