Guy Ridley | Burning My Cashmere

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Burning My Cashmere

by Guy Ridley

Folk-Rock-Pop -- Polished, witty, catchy songs, thought-provoking lyrics, a sometimes gritty, sometimes gorgeous, truly original sound.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Burning My Cashmere 1
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1:00 album only
2. Takin a Vacation (From My Medication)
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3:44 $0.29
3. When I
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3:23 $0.75
4. Nineteenth Morning
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4:23 $0.75
5. I Live In My Head
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3:15 $0.75
6. Take Me To the Execution
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2:23 $0.75
7. Lost & Found
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3:28 $0.75
8. The Dog Ate My Lyrics
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2:33 $0.75
9. She's So Last Week
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3:31 $0.75
10. Don't Let Me Blow Away
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5:56 $0.75
11. Aleta (Won't You Get Me Off Your List)
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6:32 $0.75
12. Burning My Cashmere 2
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1:58 $0.75
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes

"beautiful pop album... sounds much like Al Stewart... Dylan-influenced songwriting..." - Mark Hanzlik, The Eugene Weekly.

Thanks also to, which has just added "I Live In My Head."

"Very fresh!! Will play!" -- Lord Litter (Europe's own indie-only DJ.) Thanks Lord! Due to Mr. Litter's "Roots" leanings, he's probably playing "Takin A Vacation From My Medication".


Guy Ridley played all the instruments on these tracks, which took more hands than he really has, and a lot of microphones.

When he isn't writing and recording new songs, Guy can be found in local venues playing straight-ahead jazz piano or dropping into Planet Goloka for an hour or two of sitar improvisations.


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Witty, nostalgic mood, a wry commentary for the 21st century
Astonishing mix of instrumentals and soft vocals in modern ballad form.