Canyons of my Mind is a collection of songs, all put together, that embodies the idea of a young man growing older. The album consists of the customary songs about lost love and travel, but also hits on more mature issues, such as environmental awareness, spirituality, mental illness, and political exploitation. Taking on a more introspective and controlling role in the writing and recording process, I dug deep inside my own heart and mind to create what I think is a good illustration of a man becoming more comfortable in his own skin. - Andrew Combs (December 2016)
Canyons of my Mind is a collection of songs, all put together, that embodies the idea of a young man growing older. The album consists of the customary songs about lost love and travel, but also hits on more mature issues, such as environmental awareness, spirituality, mental illness, and political exploitation. Taking on a more introspective and controlling role in the writing and recording process, I dug deep inside my own heart and mind to create what I think is a good illustration of a man becoming more comfortable in his own skin. - Andrew Combs (December 2016)
607396515417
Canyons Of My Mind [LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NEW WEST RECORDS
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 04/07/2017
UPC: 607396515417

Canyons Of My Mind [LP]
Artist: Andrew Combs
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $22.98
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4. Hazel
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8. Blood Hunters
9. Silk Flowers
10. Bourgeios King
11. What It Means To You

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Canyons of my Mind is a collection of songs, all put together, that embodies the idea of a young man growing older. The album consists of the customary songs about lost love and travel, but also hits on more mature issues, such as environmental awareness, spirituality, mental illness, and political exploitation. Taking on a more introspective and controlling role in the writing and recording process, I dug deep inside my own heart and mind to create what I think is a good illustration of a man becoming more comfortable in his own skin. - Andrew Combs (December 2016)