Pointed Man Band | Between the Waves and the Cardoons

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Between the Waves and the Cardoons

by Pointed Man Band

Music for both the Grown and still Growing, from the heart of the Pacific NW.
Genre: Kids/Family: Kid Friendly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Waves
3:24 album only
2. Anchors Aweigh!
2:31 album only
3. These Sharp Minors
2:09 album only
4. Upstream
3:48 album only
5. Interlude, No. 1
0:37 album only
6. Pollination
3:09 album only
7. Owl Song
2:44 album only
8. A Bird in Hand
2:35 album only
9. A Waltz Has No Name
1:35 album only
10. The Wind
3:14 album only
11. Interlude, No. 3
0:41 album only
12. The Cardoons
4:02 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Born out of the Pacific Northwest, Pointed Man Band seeks to reimagine what is often lumped into the category of "Family Music". "Between the Waves and the Cardoons" will take you and your family on a listening adventure that bounces between the Natural and the Human worlds, showcasing how they often collide. The songs feature heavy imagery and storytelling that are uniquely geared towards the backdrop of the majestic Pacific NW, from the challenges of heading to sea through the Columbia Slough to the death-defying journey of returning upstream as a spawning salmon. We invite you to listen to this album with an adventurous ear and we hope that it's intricacies and complexities will invite you back as the songs unfold with each listen.



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