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Paul Parrish's debut is a bright, excellently produced LP filled with remarkable sunshine-dipped folk-pop songs along the lines of Donovan. Replete with flute, strings, and slight psychedelic effects, the album gets by on the strength of Parrish's songs, especially tracks like "English Sparrows," "Suzanne," and "Flowers in the Park. Each track is ripe with rainbow-colored imagery and the requisite amount of forest/meadow scenarios. EAC extraction logfile from 24. November 2014, 11:51. Paul Parrish, The Forest Of My Mind. Used drive : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GH24NSB0 Adapter: 0 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
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Singing of one who lives within a shifting world of colors, Parrish could well be describing himself. Parrish’s harpsichord cuts through the tension of the song’s slashing strings. One of the strongest tracks on Forest is Morning Train, filled with possibility and the promise of a better day to come. Again, the arrangement perfectly complements the lyrics, with percussion evoking the train of the title, and prominent yet unobtrusive bass adding to the restless underpinning. The latter, the album’s closing track, could have been an exciting choice had Coffey and co. attempted to rearrange it into the same pop-psych style as the rest of Forest.
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3. "Walking In The Forest (Of My Mind)" (2:45). 4. "The Painter (Who Lives In The Cellar)" (2:21). 5. "Dialogue Of Wind & Lover" (3:16). Something Of A Love Song" (2:15). "The White Birds (Return To Warm Seas)" (3:08). "Flowers In The Park" (3:47). 6. "I Can't Help Myself" (2:32).