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Snapdragon

by Paul M. Grove

A genuine and captivating album of acoustic-induced instrumental music, Snapdragon is an authentic reverie and a twirling frolic along a footpath of verdant, emerald imagination.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Horse Fingers
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2. Luftmeer
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3. Betony
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4. Montucky Hoedown
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5. Fiala
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6. Man of the Merrow
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7. Mercy Sadness Grace
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8. Goyal in the Moor
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9. Slavish Devotion
6:29 $0.70
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10. Vicissitudes
4:51 $0.70
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11. Trego Road
3:47 $0.70
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12. Montana Genesee
3:01 $0.70
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13. Luck Would Halve It
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14. Winter Sun
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15. Betoto
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Longing for an organic touch, strings moving in air, vibrations and pulsations of a more acoustic persuasion? Welcome to Snapdragon, an original and fresh swing through the forest of acoustic music from Paul M. Grove's studio in Montana. Featuring forays into mandolin, bouzouki, Seagull Merlin, acoustic 6 and 12 string guitars, and piano, Snapdragon doesn't shy away from an occasional fling with a synthesizer if the Music calls for it. Included is a terrific variety of music, keeping within the bounds of the form.
From gentle yet spirited piano solos like "Betony" and "Slavish Devotion", to solo mandolin ("Mercy, Sadness, Grace") and solo Merlin ("Montana Genesee"), from the rousing and dynamic "Goyal in the Moor", to the clap-your-hands-and-dance-along strains of "Horse Fingers", Snapdragon never fails to delight and engage.
Both genuine and captivating, Snapdragon is an authentic reverie and a twirling frolic along a footpath of verdant, emerald imagination.

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