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Keerbergen is a small town not far from Leuven, Belgium, where my aunt & uncle had a summerhouse in which I spent marvellous holidays as a kid with my cousins Françoise and Frédéric.
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An adaptation of a traditional, with words by Robert Burns.
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A riverside reverie...
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A dive in the nightlife...
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An adaptation of a traditional, with words by Robert Burns.
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A riverside reverie...
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Norm played the percussion first, which is a Bembe pattern; I couldnt help playing a melody and creating lyrics for this perc track. Thanks for the listen, Enjoy!
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Because it's crucial not to forget to put sunscreen on!
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vaisvil said

I saw autoharp and I had to listen. I really like this song. Very nice vibe to it.

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Greg Connor said

The autoharp is a great idea. Very creative!

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A riverside reverie...
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Johnny Stone said

Nice one mate great track dig it.

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kirklynch said

Wonderful vocals and great acoustic guitar sounds!

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Guest said

Well done ,great tones.

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Cracker sang « what the world needs now is another folksinger like I need a hole in the head » and they were not wrong, but after years of playing full throttle Poguesey folk-rock with Ceilí Moss, the desire for something more “to the bone”, you may even say austere and stark got too strong.

No stadium stuff, that’s for sure. Rather soulful acoustic songs built round Laurent’s deep and versatile voice and deceptively simple guitar chords that lovers of Joseph Arthur, The Jesus & Mary Chain, The Smiths, 16 Horsepower/Wovenhand, Paul Roland, Brendan Perry, Joy Division, Death In June or Swans may enjoy.

from Tubize, Belgium

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