Rachel Taylor​-​Beales And Her Collective Live At Cardiff Folk Club 2015

by Rachel Taylor-Beales

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This rizla’s ash, this pay-cheque spent Vacant guesthouse, cold park bench Cast a thousand stones to sting this sun A thousand stones ripple down upon her Wading uneven From the shelter of sand dunes Losing these shallows Chasing the light Chasing the light Chasing the light In empty lots along the quay Cruising for company Salesmen return from sea Their widows are not waiting Now they’re dodging the seaweed Tangling round here In a playground of shadows Chasing the light Chasing the light Chasing the light This rizla’s ash and pay cheque spent Dishwater coffee and unmade bed Cast a thousand stones to sting this sun A thousand stones ripple down upon her Wading uneven Shelter of sand dunes But I’m losing these shallows Chasing the light Chasing the light Chasing the light Turning the day I am not afraid Gonna cast that rock into the sea Repercussions reckoning Turning the day If only space and time would bend Just to see your face again Rizla's ash and paycheque spent Myth’s eroding, somersaulting Grinder and that monkey falling Rizla’s ash and pay cheque spent Just to see your face again If only space and time could bend I would count these waves again If only space and time could bend I would count these waves
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Restless (free) 04:27
Wherever it is that your head lies? Restless as the spray that blinds you Restless as the swell that twists you Where ever it is that your head lies Tis not on this pillow beside me Restless as the spray that blinds you Restless as the swell that twists you Where ever it is that your head lies Tis not on this pillow beside me I fix no lock upon my door The candle wax filling up the floor Where ever it is that your head lies Tis not on this pillow beside me Restless as the spray that blinds you Restless as the swell that twists you Where ever it is that your head lies Tis not on this pillow beside me Restless as the spray that blinds you Restless as the swell that twists you Where ever it is that your head lies Tis not on this pillow beside me Your children look for a hand to rock them A voice rolling in with songs to sing them Where ever it is that your head lies Tis not on this pillow beside me Don’t sell today to buy a tomorrow Don’t sell today to buy a tomorrow Your children look for a hand to rock them A voice rolling in with songs to sing them Wherever it is hat your head lies We keep breathing out and drinking in and around we go again I fix no lock upon my door The candle wax filling up the floor Wherever it is hat your head lies We keep breathing out and drinking in and around we go And round we go and down Restless as the spray that blinds you Restless as the swell that twists you Where ever it is that your head lies Tis not on this pillow beside me Restless as the spray that blinds you Restless as the swell that twists you Where ever it is that your head lies Tis not on this pillow beside me Oh no Wherever it is that your head lies

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Please feel free to download these 2 Live tracks from the Stone's Throw, Lament Of The Selkie Album Launch at Cardiff Folk Club on the 12th November 2015, as a small token of thanks for all the support you've given me and my music this year! Xxx

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released December 23, 2015

Rachel Taylor-Beales- Vocals, Electric Guitar on Turning The Day, Acoustic Guitar on Restless

Dylan Fowler- Electric Slide on Turning The Day, Acoustic Slide on Restless

Heulwen Thomas- Violin

Angharad Evans- Backing Vocals

Mastered at Hushland Studios

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Rachel Taylor-Beales Wales, UK

Rachel Taylor-Beales is a singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist whose music meets on the crossroads between folk, roots, blues and jazz... Described as “Musically exquisite and enthralling.” BBC Radio 4 / "Exceptional" Folk Radio UK and "Outstanding" BBC Radio Wales /
"Excellent and Original' Folking.com
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