Ian Graham

Ian Graham

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Folk - General | Maret, Walloon Brabant, Belgium
Total Song Plays: 5,022   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: 6/29/2020

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Thanks for your visit. I hope you enjoy the tunes. You can play them as often as you like for free. For details of a song, please click its title.

The latest one, Auld Lang Syne, was recorded at due social (and geographical) distance by the improvised online group From The Top. The resulting mix is free to download - just click "Buy".

Special thanks to the key workers everywhere who are putting their lives on the line for us.

Stay safe

Ian


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All locked down, we couldn't hold our April folk session here in Maret, Belgium. So some regulars plus a friend in Australia each recorded mp3 tracks at home. Mixed down (or up), they became one joint rendering of "Auld Lang Syne". An apt song - both wistful and hopeful. And in French, "Ce n'est qu'un au revoir" (It's just an au revoir). Free to download. We're dedicating it to all the key workers worldwide who are putting their lives on the line for us. Best to all and stay safe.


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Toni Fournier posted over 30 days ago to Ian Graham


Hi Ian, thanks so much for your review of love to be in love. I appreciate your time and comments. Toni

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Delta Burnett Reed posted over 30 days ago


Ian, If you had been one of grandbabies I would hope you would go to sleep...Hush little Baby is the first song I recorded ever for a xmas tape for my granddaughters....well it ended up on a cd not a tape and took longer than expected to finish the project. i have had adults play my cd at night to relax and it was a favorite with a boom box as a baby shower gift...that cd was a long time ago and my granddaughters are now 20 and 17...how fast time flies.... again thank you...in music Delta


John Walradt posted over 30 days ago


I just listened to Four Hornpipes which is peacefully delightful, then The Quirk, and that one really struck me. Melancholy, true to life, runs deep. It does what song is all about. Lyrically, it is beautifully poetic and fits the melody and its tempo very well. That's one to listen to again.


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