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Map of the Americas Linhas Da
  • Artist: John Raymond Pollard
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707063607
  • Item #: SRD706360
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 5/31/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Map of the Americas Linhas Da on CD

'an ambitious and stunning work. The intoxicating rhythms, intriguing songs and expressive voice --all imperceptibly woven together from song to song-- wash over one like a welcomed cool breeze on a hot day.' -- Mitch Gallob, Streeter Records Got an hour? Want to get away? How about a musical vacation? This compact disc is your digital ticket: Map of the AmericAs Linhas da Mão. Give it a listen. Travel the Americas from Canada to the Amazon. Feel the mix of melodies and rhythms flow with lyrical English, Portuguese, and Spanish verse through the course of your adventure. Sink your teeth into tropical fruit. Tango in Argentina. Bossa nova in Brazil. Play word games as you samba in Old San Juan. Swagger down 42nd Street. Catch the train at New York's Grand Central Station. Ride a reggae groove on the beach in Bahia. Drift with clarinet sounds in New Orleans. Parade through Copacabana. Marvel at your view from the plane, from the train, and out on the highway. Ride the ups and downs of tempos, rhythms, and emotions. Come back home relaxed, refreshed, and eager to begin the journey again. Looking to travel alone? Headphones recommended. Want company? Break out the speakers. Know some folks who deserve a good trip? Give them their own CD's. The tour package includes an album of photos, lyrics, and chords. 'Fortune is held in one's hand...' says the title song. One hour is all it takes. Don't delay.