Immortal Light

by Buck Curran

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'New Moontide' words and music © 2016 Buck Curran/Arborea Music (ASCAP) Soon we ride beneath the sky draped in red To the West we fly, visions arise and blood on fire Voices coming through, in waves as black as the sun Symbols, shooting stars at the edge of night Lead the way to the sea Swimming in the New Moontide Swimming in the New Moontide We're coming through in waves, You and I Soon we ride through darker forests and fields of gold Through mountains we climb Our eyes ablaze our heads on fire Voices coming through, in waves hungry like the wolf Symbols and artifacts at the edge of night Ever leading the way to the sea Swimming in the New Moontide Swimming in the New Moontide We're coming through in waves, You and I We're coming through in waves, You and I
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'Seven Gardens to your Shore' words and music by Buck Curran © 2016 (p) Arborea Music (ASCAP) pitching my sails for the dark waves setting my course for the deep sea through time, in time, I will find you through time, in time, I will find you hearing your voice from the deep waves gripping my soul through the dark night in time and space you are singing by the light, of far stars…I will take you ascending through seven vast places through shadow and light…your seven faces seven seas, seven gardens to your shore seven births, seven deaths, to your shore stones rising up from the ocean your voice riding sensual waves mystical sigh, burning song...how it drives me dark black eyes, lovers arms, forever take me seven seas, seven gardens, to your shore pitching my sails for the dark waves setting my course for the deep sea in time, in time, I will find you through time, in time, I will find you seven seas, seven gardens to your shore seven seas, seven gardens to your shore seven seas, seven gardens to your shore seven seas, sevens gardens to your shore seven seas, sevens gardens to your shore seven seas, seven gardens to your shore
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Bad Moon Rising I see a bad moon arisin' I see trouble on the way I see earthquakes and lightnin' I see bad times today Don't go around tonight It's bound to take your life There's a bad moon on the rise Hear hurricanes ablowin' I know the end is comin' soon Fear rivers up an risin' I hear the voice of rage and doom Don't go around tonight It's bound to take your life There's a bad moon on the rise Hope you got your things together Hope you are quite prepared to die Looks like we're in for nasty weather One eye taken for another eye Don't go around tonight It's bound to take your life There's a bad moon on the rise Don't go around tonight It's bound to take your life There's a bad moon on the rise (lyrics by John Fogerty - additional words by Buck Curran) © and ℗ Jondora Music Publishing. Lyrics by John C. Fogerty
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music © 2015 Buck Curran and Shanti Deschaine Lyrics by Buck curran Love of the Sun, Crowned all in Gold Wake now with Light, To Rise Tall and Fair Light of Fire, Light that Heals Om Mani Padme Hum Love of the Sea, Green Silver Blue Immortal Sleep, Return with the Tide Waters Rise, Waters Heal Om Mani Padme Hum Love the Earth, Fertile and Wild Wake Now with Life, Born as a Child Breath of Life, Breath That Heals Om Mani Padme Hum _____________________________________ 'Om mani padme hum' is the six-syllabled Sanskrit mantra particularly associated with the four-armed Shadakshari form of Avalokiteshvara

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'Immortal Light', the debut solo album by Buck Curran (of Arborea)
ESP-Disk' 5014/OR 002
CD 12 July 2016/Vinyl 28 October 2016

"Curran’s first album under his own name invokes swarming natural forces, looking for the borderline between the real and the sublime and, maybe, the supernatural."
~ Jesse Jarnow/Relix Magazine

"Guitar tones linger and reverberate with a mystical translucence"
Buck Curran's Immortal Light ~ Dusted Mag

"Psych folk masterpiece shines bright" ~ Sid Smith/PROG Magazine

“With Immortal Light Curran has successfully tapped into that natural beauty and created a slice of alt-folk that is as engrossing as anything you’re likely to hear.” ~ Folk Radio UK

Immortal Light the wonderful new Buck Curran LP on Esp Disk', as gorgeous a psychedelic folk record as can be in 2016.
~ Jeff Conklin, host of The Avant Ghetto WFMU

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released July 12, 2016

composed, produced, recorded, and mixed by Buck Curran

Buck Curran - Vocals, Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Harmonium, Banjo, Flute
Shanti Deschaine - Backing Vocals on New Moontide and Bad Moon Rising. Lead Vocal and Harmonium on track 8 'Immortal Light'

mastered by Harris Newman/Grey Market Mastering, Montreal, Canada
cover photo of Pluto courtesy of NASA

dedicated to Liam Curran, Adele Pappalardo, Shylah Curran, and Peter Green

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Immortal Light is the debut solo album by guitarist-singer-songwriter Buck Curran (of the duo Arborea). Since 2005, Buck has recorded and performed around the World as one half of the alt-folk duo Arborea who has released five albums, and produced two various- artist compilations (Leaves of Life: a benefit for the World Food Program and We Are All One, In the Sun: a tribute to Robbie Basho. ... more

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