Cyrus Gabrysch | Heart of Wine

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Heart of Wine

by Cyrus Gabrysch

Songs of road trips, surreal maladies, preachers' rants, requited love songs and drunken revelry in dingy bars with a reckless swing towards Gypsy, Motown and Gospel. ***This album is supplied as Vinyl 12" Special Edition with an inclusive CD**
Genre: Folk: Drinking Songs
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1. The 74th Saddest Song in the World
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2. In the Chapel of All Kinds of Things
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3. Crave
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4. Heart of Wine
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5. Il Fiato Dolce Della Notte
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6. Promise to Jermina
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7. Randomville
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8. Rattlesnake Row
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9. River of Fire
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10. Walk Up That Hill
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Singer, songwriter Cyrus Gabrysch lives in London.

"The songs of Cyrus Gabrysch are playful, full of pathos, autumnal nostalgia, and flickers of joy that alternate with each other.. .. A modern day Celtic spiritual for the dispossessed." Album Review : Rootstime

"Its catchy and unforgettable melodic music from a warm heart, albeit a very strange one, that hits you right between the eyes." D.Baker BBC Radio London

"This band are so good I don't trust them." Mark Lamarr BBC Radio 2


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