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Bell Park Amphitheatre S. Koren 2007

A unique blend of guitar music from one of the pioneers of the Northern Lights Festival Boreal; one of the oldest folk music festivals in Canada.

"His last album; Out of the Shadows is bound to be a classic! The music is flawlessly and carefully recorded by Paul Dunn together with a unique group of his favourite artists from around Northern Ontario. The songs will come back to haunt you over and over. My favourites include Broke Down and Hungry (Highway 69), I Don't Wanna Write a Song, and Don't Beg Forgiveness - From a Train and a very very unique Down by the River. The entire album is thought provoking and memorable!" sak

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