Pat Lamanna | Full Circle: Songs of Peace and Love by Pat Lamanna

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Full Circle: Songs of Peace and Love by Pat Lamanna

by Pat Lamanna

Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Sing to the Mountains
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2. Peace Pilgrim
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3. Paint it Pink
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4. Two Towers
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5. Good Ship Beagle
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6. Stories
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7. Gather in the Warmth
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8. I Don't Do Much Travelin'
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9. An Itinerant Folksinger
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10. UU Blues
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11. We Will Survive
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12. Down Through the Years
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13. Full Circle
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14. Keep Him Singing
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15. Sunshine
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16. Stay With Me
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Alan Ross Haynes

The Music of Conscience
“Pat Lamanna’s “Full Circle” is folk music in its finest traditions, in the spirit of Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie. Pat’s clear voice and heart are all over these inspired songs. This is the music of conscience and dedication to principles that drew me to folk music long ago.” – Alan Ross Haynes