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Sound of Sleat/Ale is Dear - Rawlins Cross - Crossing The Border (CD, Album)

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  1. Galmaran
    Border Crossings podcast on demand - Ray talks with listeners from all over the world and takes their requests via live telephone or idesscenbipeasersuririwhosuma.xyzinfo the show is occassionally interspersed with new cuts that Ray thinks his listeners will enjoy.
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  2. Zurn
    A Newfoundland creation, Rawlins Cross actually took its name from a cross section of streets in a town called St. John's. Members of this group include lead singer Joey Kitson, a pair of songwriting Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.
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  3. Voodooran
    Lyrics to 'Dear Music,' by Bart Crow. Woke up this morning, / to the sound of rain drops falling down / another where the hell in my town / that we're playing? / Then I thought.
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  4. Tegal
    "Crossing the Bar" isn't just about death; it's also about what comes before death in most cases—old age. The references to sunset and evening in the poem remind us that the evening of the speaker's life is in full swing and that night, or death, is fast approaching. But the nice thing about old age is that it comes with its fair share of wisdom.
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  5. Sagor
    Step Across the Border is a soundtrack double album by English guitarist, composer and improvisor Fred Frith, of the avant-garde documentary film on Frith, Step Across the Border. The album features music from the film performed by Frith and other musicians, and covers ten years of .
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    Rawlins Cross Lyrics, Songs, Albums And More at SongMeanings! song lyrics, song meanings, albums, music and more.
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  7. Torisar
    Sound of Sleat/Ale is Dear Open Road. Released June 20, Produced, engineered and mixed: Howard England Recorded at Salter Street Films Studio, Halifax Musical arrangements: Rawlins Cross Cover art: Derek Caines Design and layout: Derek Wenaus.
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