Poncho in Paradise | Tea Time in Purgatory

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Tea Time in Purgatory

by Poncho in Paradise

This Cd is a acoustic based Americana styled collection of original songs. Please go sample the material and I hope you find something in the music that moves you. Thanks Poncho
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Tea Time In Purgatory
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2. Radio
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3. Love Is Frightening
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4. What Old Rockers Don't Talk About
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5. A Kid Like Me
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6. Evening Star
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7. Beg Forgiveness
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8. Share the Fire
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9. The Pain Life Put You Through
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10. Ferris Wheel
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11. City of Stone
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12. Burning Your Dream House Down
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Poncho in Paradise is the working name for singer, songwriter and musician Paul Greenley. This Cd is a collection of all acoustic music.
I could go on and try to find the words that discribe what these songs mean to me but please go and sample the different tracks and I hope
you'll find something in each song that stirs some memory or emotion from your life. I would like to thank my good friend and fellow artist
John Morrison for the use of his beautiful voice and words on WHAT OLD ROCKERS DON'T TALK ABOUT.


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