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Solstice 1

by 3 Tall Tales

13 tall tales of the winter solstice told through the eyes of a child
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Coming Home
Michael Beechler
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2. Myth
Michael Beechler
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3. Elephant's Holiday
Michael Beechler
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4. Backcountry
Michael Beechler
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5. Solstice
Michael Beechler
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6. Saturn Smiles
Michael Beechler
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7. For Them
Michael Beechler
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8. Letter to the Shogun
Michael Beechler
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9. Dropcicle
Michael Beechler
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10. December night
Michael Beechler
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11. Red's Blues
Michael Beechler
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12. It's Getting Dark
Michael Beechler
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13. Amazing Grace
Michael Beechler
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Written over the course of a year in an underground lair, this album brings together various forms of instrumental music, from folk and rock to metal and blues. These 13 tracks are the culmination of a difficult year and represent the hope and life that we all experience, punctuated by the longest and shortest days of the year.

All songs were written and recorded by me.

There is a pretty wide variety of sounds here though. Is it a mistake to throw in a bunch of different genres in one package? Probably, but I don't really care. I have what I call musical ADD, and get extremely bored if I hear more than a couple songs that sound the same on a CD, but then, I'm a little different.

If you like something different, then take a listen. If you don't, that's fine with me. I hope you enjoy something of what I did.


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