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Rodney Gale | Pilgrim Road

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Pilgrim Road

by Rodney Gale

The debut album by contemporary folk/singer-songwriter Rodney Gale. Inspired by, composed and recorded (guitar and vocals) in Ireland.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Back to the Bog
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2. Winds of Eire
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3. Rock and Stone
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4. Wild Mountain Thyme
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5. Head in the Hedgerow
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6. Patrick's Well
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7. Tapestries (feat. Sarah Gale)
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8. Sarah's Song
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9. Pilgrim Road
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10. Pick up Your Harp
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rodney's music is acoustic driven contemporary folk that has been compared to the likes of James Taylor and John Denver. And so you will find stories and ballads; some up tempo others reflective. The songs on this album reflect a number of things; 1) the fact that he has been living and therefore steeped in the beauty and mystery of Ireland for the past 7 years 2) that on arrival in Ireland he and his wife Heather purchased and have as their home a beautiful old Franciscan Monastery that they have been restoring 3) that Rodney views all that he sees through the redemptive/restorative yet disruptive lens of faith in Jesus Christ and so weaves aspects of his own evolving spiritual journey into his songwriting.

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