Chanse Roselli | Aloha Love

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Aloha Love

by Chanse Roselli

A compilation of soft rock love songs by singer/song writer, Chanse Roselli. This is his debut album recorded on the island of Kauai.
Genre: Rock: Soft Rock
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1. Aloha Love
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2. Hanalei Sunset
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3:41 $0.99
3. Soul Love
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4:28 $0.99
4. Treasure Chest
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5. Waikoko Blues
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6. Few Times Friends
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7. Lavendar Skirt
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8. Lay By Me
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9. Surely Your Mine
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10. Same Color Blue
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11. Tourquoise Eyes
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12. Wind Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Chanse Roselli is a singer/song writer. He plays guitar, piano, and harmonica who is heavily influenced by Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, and the 70s Rock era. His unique style of song writing includes true life experiences of love, relationships, and the island way of life. In his Aloha Love album, he utilizes poetry from other sources and collaberated with Susan Helen Keller for the cover song. The lyrics came over the fax on one tropical stormy night. As each word printed out, he knew it was a special moment being on an island in the middle of the South Pacific, 3000 miles away from any land mass. The lyrics to the music that he's being working on just traveled through thin air. It was just by chance that he was talking to Susan Helen Keller that she had this poem to give to him as a gift.


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