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Little by Little

by wm Alan Ross

Fully produced folk/pop singer-songwriter, spanning '50s rock, country, folk, and pop
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Bobby Hop
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2. Caroline
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3. Mockingbird Sing
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4. Little by Little
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With the release of his seventh album—the four-song EP “Little By Little”—singer/songwriter wm Alan Ross returns to his roots, penning folk/pop-based originals tinged with reflection and celebration. The quad set leads off with “Bobby Hop,” a rousing, sweeping panorama of the 1950s suitable for a history quiz and marked by the timeless accompaniment reminiscent of the Oldies era.

To his wife, Ross wrote “Caroline,” a loving, poetic ode on their three-year adventure set in the lonesome vistas of southeast Arizona.

“Mockingbird Sing” is an uplifting acoustic guitar-and-fiddle salute to what Ross considers the finest singer on the planet: the whimsical, mercurial-throated winger—the state bird for his home state of Tennessee.

The EP concludes with the title song “Little By Little,” the magnum opus of Ross’s more than half-century career—a nine-minute reflection and insight into the trying ebb-and-flow struggles of relationship.

“Little By Little” illustrates further the artist’s tight musical partnership with multi-instrumentalist/producer/engineer Bryan Cumming, the pair’s fourth musical undertaking of Ross’s music over the last 20 years that follows the Celtic offerings "Scottish Influence" and "Fogs of August" plus parts of the earlier-released "Scorpius Risin’."

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