Wine Without Reason | The Valley of Darkness

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The Valley of Darkness

by Wine Without Reason

Alternative rock/pop/folk original tunes featuring heady lyrics and memorable melodies.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Valley of Darkness
3:09 $0.75
2. Top of the Stairs
4:23 $0.75
3. Look, Don't Touch
4:05 $0.75
4. Frack You!
4:20 $0.75
5. Center of the Universe
3:56 $0.75
6. Year of Seasons
4:53 $0.75
7. Turn to Fall
4:06 $0.75
8. Somewhere Over Your Head
2:30 $0.75
9. How Do We Get There from Here
4:35 $0.75
10. Vermont Sun
5:14 $0.75
11. Don't Grow Away
5:18 $0.75
12. Laddie Boy
3:15 $0.75
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Wine Without Reason blends east coast, west coast, and British-invasion musical influences to create original songs that are rich with visual imagery, wordplay, and unpredictably familiar melodies that stick with listeners. Fans cite a feel reminiscent of the late '60s and early '70s with a contemporary twist to it. The band is based around the songs of Scott Calamar (lead vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitars), featuring Will Bartell (pedal steel, electric and acoustic guitars; harmonica, harmony and backing vocals); Kevin McKern (drums); Bruce McKern (bass). Calamar has written over 200 songs in the late 40+ years. Since 2010, WWR has performed regularly at venues and wineries in southern Oregon. This is the band's second album.

All songs ©2015 Scott Calamar ℗Calasongs (ASCAP)
Produced by Wine Without Reason

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