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What the Wood Whispers to Itself

Early Spring Horses

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Early Spring Horses
Early Spring Horses
3:31
2
Across the Roaring
Early Spring Horses
3:56
3
Chaos in My House
Early Spring Horses
3:43
4
Ariel
Early Spring Horses
3:13
5
The Northern Blot
Early Spring Horses
4:10
6
The Bark
Early Spring Horses
4:30
7
Vintersolstand
Early Spring Horses
3:10
8
Can You Escape?
Early Spring Horses
0:34
9
Voyager's Trail
Early Spring Horses
4:21
Total Playing Time    31:08
Vincent Stockholm, who publicly answers to the name Early Spring Horses, was born in Älvdalen in the county of Dalécarlie (Sweden). After a few years of working in the service of other artists, he cames back as a solo artist, and composed an entitled album “What the wood whispers to itself”.

The album is composed of 9 songs that are like so many fleeting, motionless instants, creating a voyage into a forest where the trees murmur sensitive poetry like Haiku describing the transience of things, and where everything appears and disappears as if by magic.
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