Sol. La. Fa.

by Tim Risher

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It's always good to release a vocal album, and this one uses the human voice in many different ways - spoken, sung and, of course, manipulated to create sounds for the software synth.

You can also order a real live plastic CD as well. Just go to this page: kunaki.com/sales.asp?PID=PX00WYXD90&pp=1

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released November 12, 2014

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Track Name: A Beautiful Life
Each day I’ll do a golden deed,
By helping those who are in need;
My life on earth is but a span,
And so I’ll do the best I can.

Life’s evening sun is sinking low,
A few more days, and I must go
To meet the deeds that I have done,
Where there will be no setting sun.
Track Name: Old Granny Hare
Old Molly Hare what you doin’ there?
Sittin’ by the fireplace smokin’ my cigar.

Jump back, jump back, daddy shot a bear
Shot him in the eye and he never touched a hair.

Old Molly Hard what you doin’ there?
Runnin’ through the cotton patch as fast as I can tear.

Old Molly Hare what you doin’ there?
Sittin’ in the butter dish pickin’ out a hair.

I’d rather be here than to be over there
A whole mess of cockleberries tangled in my hair.

Old Granny Hare what you doin’ there?
Runin’ through the cotton patch as hard as I can tear.

Wheat bread cornbread or any such a thing
The old sow died with the measles in the spring.

Old Granny Hare what you doin’ there?
Sittin’ in the corner smokin’ a cigar.

The old sow’s leg or the old sow’s tail
Make as good a hammer as ever drove a nail.
Track Name: Ancient of Days
Ancient of days, Who sittest, throned in glory
A hymn in the public domain.
Track Name: Weak and Faint
A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth"
by Paul Gerhardt, 1607-1676

A Lamb goes uncomplaining forth,
The guilt of all men bearing;
And laden with the sins of earth,
None else the burden sharing!
Goes patient on, grow weak and faint,
To slaughter led without complaint,
That spotless life to offer;
Bears shame and stripes, and wounds and death,
Anguish and mockery, and saith,
"Willing all this I suffer."