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by Campbell + Green

These folk/pop & adult contemporary songs give you something to think about and encourage you to sing along and dance through your day !
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Life Is a Beautiful Thing
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2. Fish in the Sea
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3. Paper Doll
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4. Coyote
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5. Avalon
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6. Ordinary Day
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7. Walk a Mile
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8. Million Years
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9. Smile On Your Face
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Album Notes
Robert Campbell + Cailin Green have created their second collection of songs with tinges of blues, folk, jazz and country.
The tracks sparkle with fun, thoughfulness and love of life.

Robert & Cailin moved from British Columbia to Nova Scotia, Canada in May of 2012 for some adventure and change of scene. And they found it and have been writing and creating and put it into this CD
Cailin has a clear and remarkable voice and plays acoustic guitar while Robert plays piano and sings 4 of the songs on this CD.

Produced by the wonderfully multi-talented Jamie Robinson in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia the CD showcases his abilities on guitars, mandolin, engineering/producing and all sorts of great ideas as a producer!
Robinson is a sought after guitarist — who has loaned his talents to such esteemed performers as Jimmy Rankin, The Rankin Family, Rita MacNeil, Bruce Guthro, Lennie Gallant, Deric Ruttan and Cutting Crew and recently won more awards with the producing/writing/ playing on Dave Gunnings "No More Pennies" (Album of the Year from the East Coast Music Assoc.)

The also album features the work of:
Jamie Gatti - Bass
Born in Truro, Nova Scotia, Jamie Gatti has a reputation for versatility in playing all musical styles from classical to jazz, rock, Celtic and theatre. A professional bassist for 30 years, Gatti has toured and recorded with many artists from around the globe. Composer/arranger/producer and now bandleader are his interests at this time. Jamie began playing during high school under the tutelage of music teacher Ron MacKay. From Ron he learned many of the skills necessary to be a professional player. He started work in the late 1970's in Halifax doing shows and commercials for TV and Radio and playing club dates. In 1980 he accepted an invitation to audition for the RCMP band and won the position. Gatti moved to Ottawa in 1981 joining the RCMP. While with that group he toured Canada extensively and around the world performing and recording. He also participated in the Ottawa music scene playing in many jazz clubs, sessions, theatre shows and with a few orchestras. He was fortunate to work under conductors such as Boris Brott, David Foster, Erich Kunzel, Newton Waylon and Howard Cable. In 1994 Gatti retired from the RCMP and returned home to Nova Scotia. He presently tours and records with the Barra MacNeils. As well as recording with other Canadian artists, he plays sessions at CBC, with Symphony Nova Scotia and at Neptune Theatre. Since 1992 Gatti recorded 4 CDs, all solo bass themed, with original tunes and rearranged standards. The last one 'Over Time', was nominated in the Best Jazz Artist category in the 2007 East Coast Music Awards. Also nominated, 2008 East Coast Music Awards with original music the group Tonic; 2007 Music Nova Scotia Musician of the year and Jazz Recording of the year. Playing all styles of music has filtered into his writing, combining many of these simultaneously. Gatti's home base is Halifax, Nova Scotia

Adam Dowling - Drums
Adam has been a member of the band MIR since 1998 and lately has also been playing with country star, George Canyon.
Over the years, he has travelled to more than 26 countries and had the pleasure of playing and/or recording with great musicians like: Ten Mile House, Lennie Gallant, Ashley MacIsaac, Midge Ure, The Chieftains, Sam Brown, Nick Eede, Cutting Crew, Haywire, Gordie Sampson, Dave Carmichael, Christina Martin, Cory Tetford, Paul Lamb, Ian Janes, Slainte Mhath, Mary Jane Lamond, Jimmy Swift Band, Bruce Guthro, Colin Hay (Men At Work), Dave Gunning, Damhnait Doyle, Thom Swift, Lorraine Segato, Crush



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