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Full Circle

by Sixth Sense

The most "produced" of Chris Cunningham's (storyhill) work that includes full-band instrumentation creating a varied backdrop.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Beggar Boy
3:35 $0.99
2. See Us Back
2:51 $0.99
3. Crop Circles in England
4:58 $0.99
4. Light of My Mind
5:17 $0.99
5. Little Darling
6:05 $0.99
6. El Nino
6:38 $0.99
7. Full Circle
3:39 $0.99
8. Many Mansions
4:10 $0.99
9. Dog Star
5:21 $0.99
10. Clear Above
5:27 $0.99
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Album Notes
Chris Cunningham, a native of Bozeman, Montana, started his musical career as one half of the popular folk duo Storyhill. After Storyhill's break-up in 1997, Chris moved to Seattle for a few months, taking a break from making music. In the autumn of 1998, he moved back to Bozeman, where he started a band called Sixth Sense. In addition to Chris, principal singer, songwriter, and guitarist for the group, the group consisted of Chad Langford on the upright bass, Ken Glynn on drums, and Reeves Petroff playing the dobro and slide guitar.

In December 1998, Sixth Sense released a 7-song CD entitled The First Snow. Songs like "Wild and Restless Child," with the proud sound of self-redemption, and the climactic acoustic jam of "Rough and Tumble," featuring guest fiddler Tom Robison, gave this recording an admirable homespun charm.

After successful shows throughout Montana in spring and summer 1998, Sixth Sense's next step was to release a full-length CD, Full Circle. The CD was released in September 1999, and it features the talents of many guest musicians including guitarist Craig Hall, national fiddle champ Nancy Padilla, members of the bluegrass band Deep River, and a host of other great folks from the western states. In support of the CD, Sixth Sense embarked on its first tour outside Montana in October and November 1999, with stops from Pittsburgh to Fargo.

Although the band tour was very successful, Chris and the other members of the group decided to pursue separate musical paths, and 2000 found Chris turning to solo shows. Starting in the spring of 2000, Chris did an extensive tour sharing the stage with fellow solo singer-songwriters Mark Whitsell and Justin Roth.

He followed that tour up with another, even more extensive, fall tour with Justin, which culminated in the live recording 2 Forms of ID. At the same time, he also found time to record and release his first entirely solo CD, House Concert. Both CDs were released in late 2000. In 2001, Chris regrouped with his old friend and Storyhill partner John Hermanson for several Storyhill reunion concerts - first in July in the Twin Cities, and then in December 2001 in their hometown of Bozeman.

In 2002, Chris has been back out on the road, with tours through the Pacific Northwest, the Upper Midwest, and other areas. He has also just released Concierto!, a live EP of Spanish-language folk songs he recorded in 1994. He is currently planning another tour with Justin Roth for fall 2002.



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Michael Phillips

This cd brings to mind Montana
I lived in Montana when this album was on the shelves at cactus records in Bozeman. It brought to mind greatness when I first heard it, snows, whispering mountains, and the majesty of the music, so filled with happiness and hope and challenge. Beggar Boy, Light of my mind, sixth sense rocks and ken glynn's drumming drives this forward. Counting seashells and the simple pleasures of Cunningham's lyrics and songs that make famous taking pictures, going to Walmart, saying be patient and work towards your dreams are quite reassuring to artists out there.