Rose Greenwood | Yorkshire Street (feat. Mick Wright)

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Yorkshire Street (feat. Mick Wright)

by Rose Greenwood

A distinctive stripped back acoustic sound, with lyrics that subtly consider questions of philosophy, religion, social conformity, and love.
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Yorkshire Street
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2. Oh, My Friends
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3. Around the Table
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4. Yeah...but I'd Know
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5. Safe Road Home
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6. I Remember
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7. Your Colour
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8. A Taller Tree
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9. Secrets and Silence
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10. Anything Other (New Black Shoes)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With more than a tipple of creative licence, this album conscientiously nurtures a unique acoustic sound which has been endorsed as "classic sounding" and "clever" by BBC Radio Manchester. Based around a Folk style, the songs include intricate musical patterns and unusual chord progressions, which create interesting melodies for the"superb" lyrics to follow. Its easy on the ear, so sit back and relax inside this reflective, unconventional album.


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