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Tom Kastle | Across the Centerline

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Across the Centerline

by Tom Kastle

Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Chattanooga Morning
3:50 album only
2. Falling in Love With You
2:43 album only
3. Hummingbird Heart
1:57 album only
4. Marlando the Magnificent
5:20 album only
5. One Night Crisis
3:14 album only
6. Wastin' My Time
3:45 album only
7. Know You Rider
4:05 album only
8. Dance With You
2:58 album only
9. Winter and Spring
4:38 album only
10. It's Hard to Love a Woman (Who Loves Another Woman)
3:49 album only
11. Across the Centerline
4:15 album only


Album Notes
Tom Kastle: Professional Romantic

Tom Kastle has spent over two decades \"on the road\" and \"on the water\" as a singer, tall ship sailor and captain, songwriter, and teller of tales; in other words, a professional romantic. As half of the maritime folk duo Tom & Chris Kastle, he toured throughout the United States as well as Ireland, Scotland, Poland, the Netherlands, and New Zealand delighting audiences and producing 11 recordings plus a soundtrack for PBS (WTTW Chicago). After taking most of a year off to captain a tall ship on the Great Lakes, Tom has relocated to Madison, WI. Tom\'s first solo recording offers glimpses of the romance and magic of every day, and not so every day, life from a \"midlife crisis singer/songwriter\" looking \"Across the Centerline\".

\"I always wanted to do a recording playing all the parts. So I loaded up the van with various instruments and set off for Dave Kruger\'s Big Rock Studio near Stevens Point, WI to do a short demo. One thing led to another and after the drum tracks were laid and Dave brought out his vintage guitars....the Rickenbacher 12 string, Gibson ES330, and the clear Lucite Ampeg bass, things got carried away resulting in 13 songs, 11 of which made the final cut.\" --Tom Kastle



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