John Bottomley | The Crown of Life

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The Crown of Life

by John Bottomley

Art, poetry, acoustic guitar and childlike keyboards. This is pure music.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. The Island in September
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2. You Never Can Be Old
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3. Silver Leaf
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4. Just How You Like It
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5. Gallery of Eagles
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6. Beauty
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7. Pixies By The White Spring
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8. Golden Age
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9. I Am The Fire
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10. Be Here Now
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11. For Everyone
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Island in September.

On the isle a relentless wind comes-a life force.
In search of undiscovered sound
an unknown language and the royal doors of sweet breath
in search of freshly created things.

Swimming in the golden zone
the bells of the forest rang in the mountains
the grey ships rowed in
where the rank of the white gardenias bloomed upon the shore
the sapphire hour was brilliant
the peasants here were noble and royal
a poet played on an elvish harp
in the key of love
the spirit bears,snow lions,elk,unicorns
and dolphins came in from the wild lands

The song forbids victorious deeds to die
to this no star be dark

The world advanced.......

Later the summer moon came up over the silver tips of the
forest to listen more clearly and celebrate.

What is this she said so fair and pleasing...........


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Rosemarie Hurst

Inspiring, spiritual, mythical and magical
My sister Annette, who's visiting from Ontario heard this and thought it was a beautiful CD and so I'm buying another one for her - I have one already. I highly recommend it!!

Richard Rider

HIghly recommended for Bottomley fans, very earthy and laid back
I've always been a fan of John's work...this one really stands out. Beautiful spoken word pieces mixed with great tunes with minimal stripped down production. Very earthy and laid back...HIghly recommended for Bottomley fans.