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2011: Lyrics & Poems

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Dylan Shakespeare, an up and coming singer/songwriter who recently released his debut album, G.S., publishes his first collection of poetry and lyrics entitled, 2011: Lyrics & Poems. At the beginning of January 2011, Dylan Shakespeare began writing songs and poems for his debut album, G.S. By the end of December 2011, he not only recorded and released his debut album, he was also left with a wealth of material that was destined to remain unreleased…until now! 2011: Lyrics & Poems, contains all the poems and lyrics that Dylan Shakespeare has written for the entire 2011 year. Like his songs, his poems and lyrics deal with universal themes such as love, death, faith and sex. With most of his work, both personal, cultural and political, he uses religious imagery and metaphor inspired by his influences such as Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Nick Cave. All Dylan Shakespeare books and records are available at online digital music and book retailers. Dylan Shakespeare is... More > a digital only artist.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781105412165
Edition
First Edition
Published
January 13, 2012
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
647.34 KB
Product ID
18821314

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Printable? Yes
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