Scott Milks & HIP | Playing With Colours

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Playing With Colours

by Scott Milks & HIP

Upbeat, Acoustic Rock, Somewhat Spiritual, with a band jammin',
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Complicated Lines
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2. Cry, Cry, Cry, Cry (Cry, Cry, Cry)
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3. Don't Be That Girl
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4. Someday, I Know, the Birds Will Sing Again
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5. Icare
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6. I'm Never Alone
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7. My Home in Indiana
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8. This Town
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9. When Artists Go to War
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10. Your Dreams
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Album Notes
I am primarily a songwriter. I also sing and play acoustic guitar. I Recorded this Disk in Nashville, TN and in various studios outside of Lafayette, Indiana. I write songs after looking and reviewing where things are going, and make up stories about people trying to find themselves. There is a Christian emphasis. Each song is partially a true story about myself or something that happened to me. I think of these songs as my Children, and now they are free for everyone to listen to as they please.
Love and Light,
Scott A. Milks


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