Dan & Faith | Dreaming of Another Path

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Dreaming of Another Path

by Dan & Faith

Dan and Faith's dream-inspired songs and tight harmonies take you on a musical journey. Their songs weave a tapestry of lives and places blending voices with guitar, mandolin, piano, banjo, harmonica and bass.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Sleepy Town
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2. I've Missed Me
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3. South of Spain
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4. Old Cabin
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5. Amish From the Stars
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6. Brittle Bones
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7. Last Walk
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8. Lonesome Highway
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9. No Blues Blues
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10. Into the Light
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11. The Old Hall
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12. In My Dreams
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13. Halo of Peace
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14. Tumbleweed
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Album Notes
We write songs inspired by dreams and about the places and people in our lives. This recording project is laid out as a tour of the people and places in a small town that has mostly faded from view.

We start at the General Store, move on to a woman trying to find herself and her place, a fellow who had wandered the world but came back home, and wished he hadn't. Then on to an old cabin on a hilltop that's rarely visited, a street singer on main street with ideas about how we all got here, the memory of a grandmother who did it all, and a spiritual walk in time between a son and his dying father.

Transitioning via an instrumental piece about the highway that winds past and bypasses the town, we arrive at a frustrated blues singer, then on to the chapel with a universal hymn. The music hall down main street is happy that it's in use again. A couple sings a love song on its steps. Down the street, we encounter a prayer for peace. Finally, a long-haul trucker who drives back and forth every day dreams about another path for his life.


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