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Wilson Fifer Rose | Letters from Cornelius

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Letters from Cornelius

by Wilson Fifer Rose

From the Pacific NW, WFR have created a lush smorgasboard of melodic folk-pop seasoned with layer upon layer of vocal harmony.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Silver Rain
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2. Open Your Eyes
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3. To the Water
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4. Fourth of July
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5. Wonder Where to Wander
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6. Diamond Eyes
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7. Nowhere to Be Found
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8. Point Us At the Sky
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9. Longing
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10. Your Name
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11. Elusive
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12. Come to Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Having known each other for 10 years or more, Austin Wilson, Ky Fifer, and Dustin Rose have sung separately and together in choirs, bands, musicals, karaoke bars, on street corners, and in just about any other capacity one can fathom. However, it wasn't until the summer of 2011 that they finally decided to officially put some songs down together for a full length album.

A collaboration in every sense of the word, the album contains songs written by the members of this group (together and individually) with a focus on melodicism and harmony done in a style remeniscent of Crosby, Stills, & Nash, Simon and Garfunkel, with healthy doses of the Beatles and the Eagles as well as a hint of Travelling Wilburys for good measure.

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