Woven Hand - Mosaic (2006)

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Woven Hand - Mosaic (2006)

Unread postby musicmonkey » Sun Sep 10, 2006 4:21 am

Faith, the Fallibility of Man, and the Folly of the Non-believer

David Eugene Edwards (Aka Woven Hand) Delivered his Fourth Album and his Masterpiece. The Album Again was Put to Tape by Robert Ferbrache, a One-time Lap-steel Player in 16 Hp who Runs Absinthe Studios in Denver. He Doesn't Stray Much from his Signature Sound: Mournful, Minor Key Dirges Within which Edwards Ruminates on his Recurring Themes of Faith, the Fallibility of Man, and the Folly of the Non-believer. But on "Mosaic", He Unleashes a Maelstrom of Intensity and Conviction that is as Captivating as it is Deeply Spiritual. This is It. The One. It's Magical, Dark, Mysterious, Sinister and Gorgeous.

Website: http://www.wovenhand.net/
US Fall 06 Tour Dates: http://www.soundsfamilyre.com/soundsfamilyre/de/
US Release: September 12, 2006


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10. Truly Golden
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