Steve Bell | Sons and Daughters

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Sons and Daughters

by Steve Bell

Acoustic, melodic and rich in lyric content, Sons and Daughters blends innovative covers of traditional gospel (I'll Fly Away) retro-folk (Feelin Groovy) and original instrumental and thoughtful poetry-driven compositions.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. In The Morning
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2. Hosea
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3. Ever Present Need
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4. We Believe in Love
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5. I'll Fly Away
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6. Psalm 116
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7. Getting Ready For Glory
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8. Everything's Lies
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9. Air Jam
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10. Subtle Shiver
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11. Lauds
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12. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin Groovy)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On Sons and Daughters, Steve is joined by his daughter Sarah.

Steve Bell’s career began with a music-making family, grew into a personal fascination with playing guitar, evolved into the lifestyle of a working musician and found its fruition in the musical niche of singer/songwriter.

In the late 1980’s, deep in the midst of a significant spiritual re-awakening (and a career crisis), Steve realized that his passion for crafting artful songs was incomplete without a profound connection to his Christian spirituality.

“…my faith is the governing feature of my life, so that’s what I draw on most often.”

“However, art isn’t good or valid simply because of the faith claims of the artist. True art is good and valid because it reveals some aspect of truth in a nuanced manner – and in a way that enlarges a person’s capacity for reality – despite the faith claims of the artist.”

This realization produced a wave of songs. The recording and sharing of those songs has in turn unleashed a flood of affirmation and accolades.

Larry Leblanc (Billboard Magazine) calls Steve “A Canadian musical treasure”.


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