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The Near Myths | . . . and Into the Flow

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. . . and Into the Flow

by The Near Myths

Twenty-First Century folk-rock/indie pop/Americana.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Caprice
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2. (You Say That You're) No Danger
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3. Cooler Heads Prevail
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4. I Guess My Eyes Are Playing Tricks On Me
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5. Flyin' Blind
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6. Small Town Gypsies
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7. Come Out and Dance
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8. Wilderness of Stars
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9. Like Refugees
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10. Rock and Roll Brother
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11. Midway Through Neil Young's Life Journey
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12. See You There
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13. There Never Was Time
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With . . . and into the flow The Near Myths continue to push the boundaries of folk, rock, indie pop, and Americana. This time we have horns! (No, not horns like devils, but big, brassy horns - sax, trombone, trumpet!) The songs comprise a retrospective suite: musicians and writers who came of age during the 1960s and 1970s look back on shared lives filled with music (and other stuff). For a time, "Cooler Heads Prevail" was under consideration as the album title, until we discovered it's been used (more than once). Still, that should tell you just about all you need to know.

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