Tom Pacheco | 13 Stones-Bare Bones lV

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13 Stones-Bare Bones lV

by Tom Pacheco

Important issues for our times from the war in Iraq, to health care, to optimism
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. South Beach
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2. For What
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3. Hang On Little Brother
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4. Looking For A Lighthouse
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5. Memorial Day
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6. Nightmare
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7. Ain't New Orleans Anymore
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8. Why Can't There Be Peace?
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9. Why Can't I Be Happy?
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10. Jesusland
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11. The Reckoning
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12. After A Night Of Heavy Rain
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13. Sunny Road Up Ahead
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Here is a new bare bones album completely solo. Recorded at the Turning Mill Studio in Palenville, New York. Evey song is new and addresses an important issue for our times. From "The Reckoning" a black, humorous song about the coming avian bird flu, to "Ain't New Orleans Anymore" a song about one solitary soul navigating the flooded streets of New Orleans after losing his home in Hurricane Katrina. Another song, "Memorial Day" is the ghost of an American soldier killed in Iraq standing at a Memorial Day Ceremony at Arlington cemetary. Hang on to your hats!


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