Micah Goska | The Blue Sessions

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The Blue Sessions

by Micah Goska

The sense of acoustic blues with a rock edge with some harmonica, some Instrumentals.
Genre: Blues: Piedmont Blues
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1. Pitiful Sorrow
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2. Lumatic (Instrumental)
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3. American Blue
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4. Clouded Charade (Instrumental)
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5. Time Takes Us
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6. Sanguine (Instrumental)
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7. Train Talking Blues
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8. Peace Bee (Instrumental)
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9. Easy Darker Plea
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10. Blue Moon
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11. Pins and Needles (Instrumental)
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12. Solitude Blues (Instrumental)
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13. Cumbersome Road
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14. Old Times (Instrumental)
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15. We Begin
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16. Sardonic (Instrumental)
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17. Passenger
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I'm a solo artist based here in Virginia. I started playing the guitar, and learned essential chords when I was five years old from my father. Since then I've played on and off, and have had numerous music teachers. I took classical lessons, for a short time and played a recital when I was eight. I started on the electric when I turned twelve, and I had a rock group when I was fourteen. We recorded an album, but never published any of our work. I have also done a bit of studies on the bass guitar, and the violin. My love for music keeps my strive to make music. I'm excited to be back to writing music, and to finally be able to release something of my own work; my first release. I enjoy playing in small venues, as coffee houses and such. I hope that whoever listens will enjoy.



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