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Footsteps

by 2dig4

Alternative Rock, Intellectual, Topical, Archaeology
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. The Earth Is Rumblin'
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2. Laetoli
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3. The Constellation
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4. Picking Up the Pieces
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5. Mountain Mana
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6. Time to Heal
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7. Singing Bridge
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8. I've Got a Funny Feeling
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9. Opportunity
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10. Where Would I Be
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11. Lavinia's Birthday
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12. Mama Don't Cry
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13. Kealia Women
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14. Sell Me More
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15. Dreams (Laetoli Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
2Dig4 (Chas B Stout and Thomas Worlforth) have released their second album of original songs, Footsteps. They use the album as a platform to juxtapose current and archaeological events or recall field experiences. Stout and Wolforth created this album from their homes in Michigan and Alaska, respectively, sending digital tracks and detailed notes back and forth through the Internet or the mail.


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