George Wallace

George Wallace

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Rock - Progressive Rock | Juneau, Alaska, United States
Total Song Plays: 696   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

"Traveller" is the introductory piece to a series of instrumental tone poems comprising the album "Frontiers". Its gently pulsing tempo and subtly shifting meters suggest scales and tonalities from some exotic place. Featured on this one is a soaring elec

Story Behind the Song

I was travelling across the country on a bus years ago. This melody came into my head during the long fact it would not let me go until I "agreed" to record it.


Traveller (poem)

Traveller has few answers, fewer questions still
yet keeping vigil walks the Shenandoah hills
where ever-higher spires greet the rising sun
where temple-rivers drop to depths of souls unfound
and thus to last deliverance at the Shrine of God
smiling down radiant days ?cross darkened Traveller?s face

as hardened men will weep, so gentle forests shall rejoice
is it a curse or blessing gives us choice?
then in a twinkling of his tear-drowned eye
Traveller sees the secret of that outer reach
the sphinx at last reveals the How and Why
that was for age on age its sacred guard

his ship?s come home, the last great sanctuary
safe in the holy frontiers of his private heart

George Wallace

Song Length
Unique - Soundtracks, New Age - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Relaxed, Peaceful

Subject Matter
General, Freedom

Similar Artists
Jan Hammer, Jean-Luc Ponty
No Language
1990 - 1999

Music Credits George Wallace
Producer Credits George Wallace
Publisher Credits Celestial Songs (ASCAP)
Performance Credits George Wallace
Label Credits AirBorn Records cat#LTL004