Fall For The Breeze

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    Drums played by Sam Winwood.
    Live drums recorded on tracks 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10 & 11 @ Little Hailings Studio (Recording Engineer: Luke Oldfield). Upright bass by Bradley Burgess on track 3 and by Arnulf Lindner on tracks 2, 4 & 10.
    Photography by Antonio Fazio
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lyrics

It’s calling from the hills
It’s calling ‘cross the seas
That beckoning call, it’s calling through these trees
Like the rhythm under the beat
That moves my weary feet
And takes me home

Some say it’s just summer’s rain
Well I turned when I heard it again
And I fell from the crowd when it called to me aloud, I became at ease
Yes I fall for the breeze

It's the lark’s song in the day
The steeple’s chime at night
Although I look up, they don’t think I can climb it…but I might

(Chorus)

Oh friend will you still play
In the last light of this day
Since what remains for you remains for me
When the morning bell has tolled,
The evening drums rolled
But the pipes still play?

(Chorus)

credits

from Shifting Sands, track released January 15, 2013
Written and recorded by Alex Seel other than...
Drums played by Sam Winwood, recorded at Little Hailings Studio (engineer: Luke Oldfield).
Upright Bass played by Bradley "Badger" Burgess.

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Alex Seel London, UK

Music has led Alex Seel from Devon to London to Ireland and back to London again. Through his wanderings, Alex has picked up a beautifully crafted, warm, rootsy song-writing style with thought-provoking, subtle lyrics and a gift for acoustic guitar finger-picking.

Next release - 22/3 ‘Satellites/Grass Is Greener’ from the album ‘Spell On A Tin Drum’ (Release: 17/5). alexseelmusic@gmail.com
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