Andy Eppler | Dark Places

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Dark Places

by Andy Eppler

Poetry and Short Stories read by West Texas\' favorite son.
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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2. Political Man
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3. Cannons on the Gates
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4. The Stone House
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5. Smoke of Our Fathers
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6. The Abernathys
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7. Paper and Pen
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8. How to Spot a Home Intruder
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9. Intoxication and Seduction
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10. The Surgeons of Shadow
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Album Notes
Dark Places is yet another departure for Eppler. This record is a spoken word collection of his highly praised poetry and short stories. The stark contrast between his debut "There is No Underground" (a groundbreaking independent album in it's own right) and "Dark Places" is as palatable as it is intentional.

The title is apt as Andy explores the dark side of his creative prowess with this latest version of his light. Fearless with his content, he addresses, in no uncertain terms, topics such as politics, spirituality, love and metaphysics.

Andy Eppler is changing, yet again, what it means to be an independent artist.


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