Bob Lyons | Where the River Starts

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Where the River Starts

by Bob Lyons

It's the first new album project in nine years, for singer/songwriter Bob Lyons, who weaves story-like lyrics and a blend of folk, pop, gospel, and jazz into a unique sound.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Baby's Song (Girl)
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2. Ain't It a Shame
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3. Where the River Starts
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4. Feelin' Lonely
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5. No Longer Young
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6. Gamblin' Man
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7. More Than This World
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8. The Prodigal
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9. As the Years Keep Rolling By (the Graduation Song)
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10. She's the Girl
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11. Little Princess Girl (One Last Dance)
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12. Baby's Song (Boy)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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An accident badly damaged singer/songwriter Bob Lyons' right hand and short circuited his promising career. Ten years later, producer Chris Weibel began working with him to try to re-establish his writing and performing abilities. It would be another twenty years and multiple CD projects before Bob Lyons would get the kind of break any young artist seeks: recognition and airplay through Pandora Radio. Only now he was 52. His latest CD project is titled "Where the River Starts" and it's well worth a listen.


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