Scott Miller | Life On the Island

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Life On the Island

by Scott Miller

"Life On The Island" is a tribute to all my friends back home.....
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. The Only One
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2. What About Me
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4:11 album only
3. Misbehavin'
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4:01 album only
4. Angel Shane
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4:33 album only
5. The Letter
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3:12 album only
6. Man in the Mirror
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4:35 album only
7. Dina Lee
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4:25 album only
8. I Gotta Go
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4:23 album only
9. Ladders of My Life
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4:44 album only
10. Tracy's Song
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4:30 album only
11. Eddie's Letter
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3:21 album only
12. Life On the Island
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4:20 album only
13. Captain for a Day
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Album Notes
Growing up on JI was as much about a time and place as it was about a place in time. There are people in this world who are lucky enough to grow up in an ideal setting during and ideal time and it only happens by good fortune or by the Grace of God. This music is about that special place that resides in all of us way deep down in our hearts, it's the place that you run to in times of trouble or when you just need to be uplifted by the memories of what once was. Our hometown was a perfect place to let kids sort themselves out and grow up among all of the glory that is the lowcountry. To run and play with friends that you would remain close to for the rest of your life among the rivers and beaches, the woodlands and the fields. Unlike today's generations, the great outdoors of the island was our teacher, it is where we all grew up and learned about life with one another. We played games and sports, we ran along her paths and shores and learned about direction and how easy it can be to become lost when you travel alone and how important it is to be able to count on a friend. You never have friends like the friends that you make when you are growing up in a small town. It was a place where everyone knew everyone else and your parents knew everyone else's parents, so you really were raised by the village.

The best part of growing up in a place like this is that you carry the place with you wherever you go and wherever you live throughout your life. I have learned, especially during the past few years, that no matter how long the time or how many the miles travelled, if you are from a town like we are, you can always go home. We are among the luckiest of the lucky, we precious few that were raised when and where we were. We can be away from our beloved Island for days , months or years and the time fades away like blue from denim as soon as you cross the bridges that take you home. And although the faces and the names of the places may have changed, the spirit and feel that is and always will be our hometown is always just a short journey away whether you travel by car, plane, boat or just by the memories of the faces and places that we all hold so dear from growing up...James Island


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