Orphan City | The Trinkets We Dug Up

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The Trinkets We Dug Up

by Orphan City

An real, down to earth, day to day album filled with mixed emotions and stemming from the broad influences of folk, blues, country, and grass music.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Devil in My Town
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2. In the Dark
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3. Pause and Listen
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4. An Extension of Myself
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5. If the Lords Willin and the Creek Don't Rise
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6. Occupy the Moment
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7. Don't Take This from Me
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8. Take Me Over the Mountain
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9. Honest Wage
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10. Don't Be Scared
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11. Oh Dear, I'm Done
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12. Tone of Voice
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Pioneered by Donovan Beats this one- piece folk act originally from the Ohio and West Virginia area recently relocated to San Diego. A transcending blend of country, folk, grass, singer/songwriter music, combining story-telling and wild imagination, gripping the listeners heart and drawing them to the lyrically charged project.


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