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To The Lake


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FlatRock2

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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Anyone that has made the drive to Hall's Crossing at Lake Powell knows the incredible desolate beauty that swallows you whole. I've done this drive five or six times and each was more spectacular than the last.

You can get lost, very lost. Not lost in the way you may think, there's only one road.

Hope this song takes you there.
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Hits: 1871
Comments: 2
Fans: 2
Plays: 32
Downloads: 78
Votes: 2
Uploaded: Dec 03, 2008 - 10:49:34 PM
Last Updated: Dec 03, 2008 - 10:49:34 PM Last Played: Feb 07, 2019 - 07:09:10 AM
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Feter said 3822 days ago (December 3rd, 2008)
To The Lake
I love nature and I love songs about nature ..this one
so cool and enjoyin one to listen and imagen the lake
and all the scenes ...very nice playin and singing .loved
the tight drums you are usin here ...good song ..thnx
alot for sharin !!!!
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mowguy3 said 3817 days ago (December 8th, 2008)
Wow
A hit for sure. Great playing,vocals are top's. I only wish the lyrics were posted. Great job.
Be well, Russ
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Name: Pete Schalck
Location: Marblehead MA United States
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I make music for music sake. I'm not looking for fame or fortune, just having fun getting it out there. The way I work is basically all improvisational. I use Apple's Garage Band software to record and compose. A simple drum/metronome track is create... [see more]

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Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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