Spencer Lewis | Unbounded

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by Spencer Lewis

Unbounded features selected songs by the 60's to the present folk-poet singer-songwriter Eric Andersen performed by Spencer Lewis, recreated in the musical image of Andersen's folk-rock masterpiece 'Bout Changes & Things, Take 2.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cross Your Mind
5:31 album only
2. Time Runs Like a Freight Train
9:26 album only
3. I Shall Go Unbounded
4:52 album only
4. Violets of Dawn
4:56 album only
5. A Woman Is a Prism
4:57 album only
6. Miss Lonely (Are You Blue)
4:01 album only
7. Close the Door Lightly
4:02 album only
8. Wind & Sand
5:20 album only
9. On the Edge of You
3:31 album only
10. Today Is the Highway
1:53 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Unbounded features the music of Eric Andersen - the folk-poet singer-songwriter and one the pioneers of the Americana/singer-songwriter movement. Andersen began his career in the 60’s recording on major labels, performing at clubs and festivals yet remaining just under the radar of the mainstream. His romantic ballads and poignant essays on life and relationships span the full emotional landscape of the human spirit. Lewis set out to honor and faithfully recreate the original production heard on Andersen’s seminal folk-rock masterpiece 'Bout Changes & Things, Take 2 which featured bass, drums, piano, steel-stringed acoustic guitar and the Hammond B-3 organ. In the process, Lewis puts his own stamp on these songs inspired from over 40 years of performing them himself throughout his own career.
Although Lewis is better known for his successful series of instrumental CD's includes his signature album A Sense of Place, his strong sense of melodic content and his own inimitable cross flat-picking style sprang partially from the influences of Andersen's early recordings. The result is the marriage of folk - and rock in its purest form.



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