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by Perpetual Boy

Acoustic americana/folk performed by blues influenced players, recorded live in a cabin on a lake.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Good to Be Home
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2. Everyday
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3. Atlantic Passage
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4. Lake Juliet
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5. Goin Back Home
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6. You're Gonna Have a Future
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7. The Bells of St. John's
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8. So Long
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9. Next Stop Willoughby
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Perpetual Boy began as a regular Saturday afternoon acoustic jam. As songs were naturally coming to life, we decided to keep things simple and continue to work live, without going into a recording studio. We worked only with an outline of the songs, the final outcome being a surprise even to us. This left us with a very cool energy, sometimes on the verge of "train-wrecking," but totally worth the risk.

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