Doug Wamble | Fast as Years, Slow as Days

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Fast as Years, Slow as Days

by Doug Wamble

BLUES AND SOUL INFLUENCED SINGER, SONGWRITER AND GUITAR PLAYER
Genre: Pop: Brill Building Pop
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1. The Heart Collector
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4:37 album only
2. My Love
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3:54 album only
3. Dying Language
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5:38 album only
4. Halcyon
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4:10 album only
5. Slow Down
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4:41 album only
6. The Ghosts of Lonesome Lovers
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4:35 album only
7. Master Plan
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4:52 album only
8. Endlessly
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6:32 album only
9. Circle
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4:44 album only
10. By the Way
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9:20 album only
11. A Promise to California
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3:49 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"a one-man compendium of Avant-Americana..." - The New Yorker

Doug Wamble has been on the NYC music scene for 15 years, playing with everyone from Wynton and Branford Marsalis, to Cassandra Wilson and Norah Jones.

"Fast as Years, Slow as Days" is his first self-produced record, and with the exception of a bit of cello and drums, Doug is playing and singing everything you hear.


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