Rose Griffin | Cowboys and Angels

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Cowboys and Angels

by Rose Griffin

Heartfelf original songs with many talented local musicians as guests, this album is a blend of bluesy-folk and americana with a backdrop of new-age vision quest.
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Trickster
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2. Streets of Telluride
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3. Learn How to Fly
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4. Mired in Maya
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5. Be Somebody
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6. Dreams
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7. Changes
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8. Shelter of Love
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9. Rise Again
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10. Come Love to Me
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11. The Road
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Cowboys and Angels was recorded by Martin Thomas in Telluride, Colorado, in a small shoe box of a room he called a studio. Guests include Scott Harlow, Charley Mertins, Jeff Haldeman, Will Martin, Micheal Scherr, Greg Overton, and Callendale. "I like my music real and close to the soul. You have that in spades!" - Jim Bantz, fan and music lover. "A true original voice...these songs have a backdrop of some sort of modern vision quest which appeals to me." Jack Gallop; instrumentalist for the London Symphony Orchestra on the Lee Johnson projects. "Rising up from my bed with a new frame of mind" has got to be onbe of the most life-affirming lyrics I've heard in years...".


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