Grey Eye Glances | Songs of Leaving

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Songs of Leaving

by Grey Eye Glances

This CD is much more acoustic and less produced folk/celtic/ethereal than their later work.A mix of soft rock and folk pop
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Feathers in the Air
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2. Before You Go
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3. Faces
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4. Hey Love
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5. You Bring Me Back Home
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6. More to This
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7. And All I've Loved, I've Loved Alone
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8. Song of Leaving
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This is GEG's indie debut album. It is more acoustic and folk-pop than their later works, but the thoughtful and poetic songwriting, engaging harmonies and vocals still come through in full force.


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Vic

Swirling haunting folk music
This is a great late night chill out album with some superb musicianship mixing folk and rock, it doesn't try to go too fast. Good singing with a beautiful voice reminiscent of Annie Haslam of Renaissance and some great guitar playing. It's wistful without being sad.