Rory Quinn | Take a Seat

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Take a Seat

by Rory Quinn

This debut album consists of a complimentary mix between a new age style of fast flowing vocals intertwinding with catchy melodies and harmonies, along with some tropical, up beat/ feel-good songs to the more slower and powerful guitar&piano ballads.
Genre: Easy Listening: Vocal Pop
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1. You Take It All
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2. Take a Seat
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3. The Summer Blues
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4:33 $0.99
4. In This Life
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3:13 $0.99
5. Together We'll Rise
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6. Who We Are
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7. A Reason to Move On
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8. Pockets of Sand
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9. Footsteps
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10. An Empty Bed
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11. I'm Falling
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12. Raglan Road
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album was inspired by a 3 month holiday in Maui, Hawaii. With references to the summer, the sand and the sea it seemed like a good way of creating a collection of memories and stories that were the inspiration behind the album. The album consists of a variety of styles from slow love songs to a more up beat and quirky style with soaring solos to rocking rhythms. The album closes with an old Irish ballad, a cover by Luke kelly entitled Raglan Road. Alhough the album was inspired by a foreign land, it seems as though Rory does not forget where he comes from.


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