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To My Dearest...

by The Ashland Project

To My Dearest... is a full-length album in which each song narrates the story of love's triumph and downfall from the writer's experience.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. 3-Dimensional
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4:04 $1.00
2. Nothing Left to Fear
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3:59 $1.00
3. McKendree
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3:34 $1.00
4. The Freefall
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4:12 $1.00
5. Everything Was Turned Around
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4:02 $1.00
6. Recovery
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4:10 $1.00
7. Break
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8. Lights Out!
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3:19 $1.00
9. The Pattern
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5:12 $1.00
10. Letters
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11. Forever Yours,
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To My Dearest... is a full-length album in which each song narrates the story of love's triumph and downfall from the writer's experience. Told from the viewpoint of the writer, the album tells a linear story of a relationship that starts, elevates, and then falls apart around the writer. The album was written as a final letter that the writer is giving his former lover. The album title is the start of the letter, each song is a part of the letter, and the final song is the close of the letter. Though the songs can stand alone, when listened to in order, you will be drawn into all the emotion that the writer is experiencing.


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