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Wont Let Go - Simon Fagan - Outside Looking In (CD, Album)

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  1. Nancy Kerr, James Fagan - An Evening With Nancy Kerr & James Fagan ‎ (CD, Album) Little Dish Records: UK & Europe: Sell This Version: 1 – 8 of 8. Show. Reviews Add Review. Lists Add to List. View More Lists → Videos Edit.
  2. fault line by October Burns Black, released 20 July 1. With You 2. Shimmer 3. Arrowhead 4. Light On Light fault line represents the combined creative output of some of the finest musicians in the genre. First aired on tour in the UK in April, the four tracks of With You, Shimmer, Arrowhead and Light On Light represent a nod to the past but with a distinctly forward looking orientation.
  3. Simon Fagan This is a physical CD of Simon's EP that also includes digital downloads of all four tracks. Enjoy the classic Americana sound with a twist of pop, soul, and jazz.
  4. Snowbound Lyrics: Snowbound / Let's sleep in today / Wake me up / When the wolves come out to play / Heat up / These white nights / We're gonna turn this town / Into a city of lights / At Nervous.
  5. Simon Fagan is a singer and songwriter from the town of Navan in County Meath, Ireland. Most of his first full-length album Outside Looking In can be described as blue-eyed, husky-voiced soul along the lines of the Scottish singer Paolo Nutini or Andrew Strong from The Commitments, but there are some touches of folk and gospel here as well to keep things interesting.
  6. The album 'Outside Looking In' was released in June in Ireland and online and is available to buy, in those places where you go to buy music. The album includes "Damn Honey", "Memphis" and "Love Don't Work", which have all just been shortlisted for this years International Songwriting Competition and last years winner of the Performance.
  7. Matthew Fagan CD discography Performance at the Royal Festival Hall, London, England and at Major international Festivals such as the Bath Guitar Festival and Winfield Festival in Kansas, U.S.A in where he placed as a finalist in the international Fingerstyle Guitar competition
  8. The opening track and first single from Donald Fagen's solo debut, "I.G.Y. (International Geophysical Year)" is a dryly ironic take on the prevailing optimism of the late '50s. The International Geophysical Year -- , to be precise -- was a combination research project and public relations move by the world's scientists, who banded together to collect and share information across geographic.

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