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Old Storms in New Places

Graeme James

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1.1
Old Storms in New Places
Graeme James
5:14
1.2
Berlin, 1961
Graeme James
2:54
1.3
Fire in the Pines
Graeme James
4:49
1.4
Banks of the Arrow
Graeme James
5:33
1.5
Death Defying Acts
Graeme James
4:18
1.6
Trafalgar Square
Graeme James
3:17
Total Playing Time    26:05
International folk artist Graeme James has announced his plans to release four seasonal EPs, starting with Old Storms In New Places, just ahead of the autumnal equinox. This EP explores the emotional landscape of the fall season. Though he is now based in the Netherlands, Graeme spent the last number of years building a large and loyal fan base throughout his native New Zealand and beyond with his carefully crafted multi-instrumental soundscapes. His captivating and dynamic live shows are performed as a one-man-band with the aid of a loop pedal to layer electric violin, guitar, bass, baritone ukulele, mandolin, harmonica, percussion, and beatboxing.
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