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Returning Fire

Returning Fire

[CD]

~ Gerry Wall

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Independent singer/songwriter from Ottawa Canada influenced by Paul Simon, James Taylor, Paul Kelly and Donald Fagen. Gerry is currently recording his third album with Dave Draves as co-producer and engineer. This music is about returning fire. 'Returning' means bringing, sending, sending back, or putting back. 'Fire' is the light, flame and heat which combustion manifests. Fire is brilliance, luminosity, ardor, fuel, and inspiration. Fire also relates to severe trials, ordeals, or attack, whether verbal, psychological, or by conventional weaponry. This music returns fire to times past, and to the Prairies. It returns fire to those coming to prayer, looking for a reason, or dancing under a black sky. It returns fire to those who are lucky, have more than they need, have less than they think or deserve much more. To those hesitating, disagreeing, coming home, or homeless. To those walking in the rain, and to spirits painted for celebration, or war. But most of all, this music returns fire to those who have sent love and energy.

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    Artist: Gerry Wall
    Title: Returning Fire
    Genre: Folk
    Release Date: 1/31/2006
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637308430
    UPC: 625989408724
    Item #: CDBY940872
    This product is a special order

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