Laurence Watkins | From a Blue Place

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From a Blue Place

by Laurence Watkins

Blues and Rock Electric Acoustic and Piano songs about love.... life... the past..... and the future.
Genre: Blues: English Style
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1. Get Me Out of This Place
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2. My Pretty Girl
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3. Something to Say
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4. Juke Box Rock
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5. Deep Blues
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6. In a Blue Place
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7. Changing Times
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8. I'm Looking for Something
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9. Sliding Doors
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10. What Happened ?
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11. Spaceman
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12. Song for Cynthia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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From A Blue Place is Laurence Watkins' second album of 2012 and is another set of blues rock and acoustic original songs.

A melange of T Rex, Kinks, Nick Drake, and the Stones. It's got a psychedelic edge in sound and the hypnotic, mantra-like lyrics. English afternoon in the garden.
-Radiation Mountain (Broadjam)

wow beatles meets b52s..
- StarFish Symphony (Broadjam)

Some very nice guitar riffs - beatle-like in places
- Scotty Lane (Broadjam)






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