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Soft Green Grass

by Tom Thrall

A debut album of heartfelt, original lyrics and acoustic melodies, from deeply personal and political landscapes of love, loss and a world turned upside down.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Soft Green Grass
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2. Looking for Matches
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3. Deerview Heights
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4. Another Time
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5. Morning Bird
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6. A Welcoming Flame
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7. Rich Man
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8. Dueling with the Devil
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9. Sunny Day Bad Dream Blues
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10. Hammer and Nail
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11. Debbie's Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the spring of 2003, I landed in the hospital for a couple of weeks following a serious injury. Fortunately, the dark cloud this time did have a silver lining, for the enforced time away from my daily routines, and the support that came to me from family and friends, seemed to stir many long forgotten memories, and provided a fresh perspective on the current and past events of my life. One result of it all was this collection of songs, some of which came to me in the middle of the night, others while driving down the highway, thinking about the government. There are songs here of love, of friendship and of loss, and reflections upon the political mess in which we currently find ourselves.

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