The Rory Cummings Band | Rescued You

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Rescued You

by The Rory Cummings Band

Eighteen folk rock songs developed over a lifetime of writing: they rock, they waltz, they're fun, they're sad and they tell stories.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. This Is Just Alright
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2. Rescued You
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3. On Beausoleil
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4. Time Flies
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5. The Moon and the Stars
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6. It's Friday Night
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7. The Great Lakes Surfer
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8. More Than I Can Bear
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9. Speed of Light
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10. Hey Yeah
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11. Simple Life
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12. Dreaming of a New World
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13. Get Home by Myself
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14. Twenty Years
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15. Now It's Just Fun Fun Fun
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16. Boomtown
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17. Honey Harbour
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18. When the Dream Is Gone
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album is kind of a retrospective look at Rory's songwriting over the last 40 years. A couple of the songs were written 35 or more years ago. Although these are all new versions, some of these songs were released on one of the three CDs Rory recorded with his previous band, Redhill Road.
As with any album, this was a labour of love and couldn't have been completed without contributions from friends. Thanks to Jim Bird, Wayne Allison and Graham Saywell for playing in the band; and to Bart Nameth and Mary Stewart for pitching in.

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