Steve Kinzie, Shawn Kirchner, & Robbie Davis | Matters of the Heart

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Folk: Modern Folk Folk: Gentle Moods: Spiritual
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Matters of the Heart

by Steve Kinzie, Shawn Kirchner, & Robbie Davis

Beautifully blended vocals and sensitive guitar, banjo, and piano accompaniments, bring poetry of spiritual depth to life.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Adoro Devote
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2. Augury of Innocence/Song
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3. The Place of Splendor
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4. Make Room for the Guest/Love
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5. The Little Nation
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6. The Darkling Thrush
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7. As Kingfishers Catch Fire
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8. Without Beauty
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9. spring song
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10. Never More Will the Wind
3:17 $0.99
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11. Noah
5:23 $0.99
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12. Matters of the Heart
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13. Where Everything is Music
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Songwriters Steve Kinzie and Shawn Kirchner bring poetry of spiritual depth to life in their settings of such poets as Rumi, William Blake, Jessica Powers, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Thomas Hardy. With beautifully blended vocals and sensitive guitar, banjo, and piano accompaniments, their performance is literary and musical food for the soul. Robbie Davis provides a sure foundation with his expert, subtle bass playing.

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