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MP3 David Wooster Atkinson - Ghost of a Funfair

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Covenants
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The Dumbing Down of David
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The Smiling Man in the Corner
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Ill Stay
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Juniors Dream
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A Thousand Summer Storms
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Juniors Hands
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Fall Away
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Old School
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Sin
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Dead Birds
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The Forest of Elephants
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Lights Out
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Part of the Journey
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Self-produced, melodic and often dreamy introspections on life and limb by a thoughtful singer and songwriter.

14 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Folk-Rock, ROCK: Soft Rock

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Born in Norwalk, Connecticut, David Wooster Atkinson is an introspective singer, songwriter and instrumentalist. In addition to his new CD, Ghost of a Funfair, released in January 2008, he has made three albums of original music under the name Skies Project, and co-produced the 1990's recordings by bands Susan's Parents and Muse at Eleven. (All currently available on Smiling Bastard Records.)

He also works regularly on musical projects with musician and artist Jeanne Wooster. In fact, she appears on the Ghost of a Funfair CD, handling the lead guitar parts with such masterful artistry that it makes David's hair stand straight up whenever he hears them. (A new CD by Jeanne, untitled as of now, is currently in production.)

David currently resides in the mountains of Southern California, where he takes regular breaks from his award-winning audio production work to write flattering things about himself in the third person.

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