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Assapol - Water of Life by Pete Fletcher

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Album Title: Lost Weekend
Label: nujazzeurope
Released: 2015

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The "uisge beatha" flow - water on a stone - grain - heat - grist - yeast - mash tuns - spirit safe - distillation - barrels - waiting - angels' share (no they don't) - bottles - drink -- liberated. #visitscotland:-) #gaelicdudes #mullitover

About the Album

Contained in the passing flow of events are all the things that happen to us, all the people we meet, all the influences that come to bear upon us, and in response to this flow we seek our identity. As all these things are constantly changing so must the sense we have of ourselves. Composer: Pete Fletcher Musicians: Pete Fletcher: guitars, electric bass; Bobby Coils: flute.

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August 3, 2015

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