Brookfield | Medicine Lands

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Medicine Lands

by Brookfield

Medicine Lands weaves a lush musical canopy as diverse as the rainforest for which the title track is dedicated, a rich creative alliance between tone and text. This impressive CD crosses musical lines from jazz and blues to folk and soft rock.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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1. Lizzy Speaks To Joy
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2. Medicine Lands
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3. Each & Everyday
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4. I See Blue
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5. Strangers
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6. Blue Haven
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7. Last Time I Saw Anna
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8. Three Seasons
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9. Mercy Train
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10. Oh Marie
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11. Bye Bye Blue
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12. Dameon's Harbour
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13. Immigrant's Son
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Album Notes
*♬♪John O’Regan (Ireland BBC Rock & Reel), journalist and broadcaster described Brookfield as “an imaginative outfit bristling with creative energy” He declared Medicine Lands a “superb debut… uplifting and thought provoking”*
*Folk Roots, the premier folk music magazine from the U.K., complimented the band for its “sweet acoustics, strong melodies with sta-press harmony, and totally clean production”*
*Dirty Linen, the folk and world music publication from Maryland praised the group’s “tasteful guitar work” and appreciated the “relaxed, slightly meandering atmosphere of an evening in a small café”.*♬♬


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