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Robin Trevor Pike | The Wind

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The Wind

by Robin Trevor Pike

Thirteen songs from 6 albums recorded over 11 years (2003 - 2014). These are the ones I like the most, or sound the best, from a recording point of view. This is not a greatest hits, but more of a memoir of those 11 or so years. Enjoy!
Genre: Easy Listening: Easy Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Better Days Are Here to Stay
4:23 album only
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2. Cosmopolitan Bugs
4:50 album only
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3. Hockey Town
5:40 album only
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4. Salt Water Poetry
4:56 album only
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5. Mulligan's Pub
2:17 album only
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6. Song for Jen
3:56 album only
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7. City Smells
4:19 album only
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8. Original Guy
6:44 album only
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9. Early Warning
5:56 album only
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10. The Wind
3:59 album only
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11. Winter Snow
4:35 album only
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12. Close to Me
5:09 album only
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13. Pack of Matches
3:46 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"The Wind" is thirteen songs from 6 albums recorded over 11 years, roughly (2003 - 2014). These are the ones I like the most, or sound the best, from a recording point of view.

There are 3 or 4 more albums on the shelf waiting to be dusted off and finished up. God knows when that will happen, if at all.

I am proud of all the songs I’ve written and recorded. And I truly enjoy hearing that someone else enjoys them too. So I’m happy to share them, re-mastered somewhat, and sounding as good as I can make them.

This is not a greatest hits (what hits?), but more of a memoir of those 11 or so years. Songs, to me, are like entries in a journal. And over the years I’ve written a lot of songs and have a lot of notebooks and binders full of loose leaf, with lyrics and song ideas, and pictures, and poems and so on. I hope you enjoy.

Trevor

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