‘Let Every Tongue’ from John Carroll - songs that strike home, every single time

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Abstract

Album review of John Carroll's CD. There’s always a trace of the inveterate wanderer in the Irish sprit and John Carroll from Limerick (no relation), is no exception. Now living in Hangzhou, China, his album ‘Let Every Tongue’is a result of five years living in that country; emigrating, adapting and adjusting to the culture, language and all the personal changes that involved. Dwelling far from his ancestry or not‘Let Every Tongue’ reflects the roots of his heritage as much as his view of the present.

General information

Author Tim Carroll
English title ‘Let Every Tongue’ from John Carroll - songs that strike home, every single time
Publication Folk Words
Date of publication 2012 exactly on 2012/11/09
Original URL The original article was posted on http://www.folkwords.com/albumreviews_82478.html

Entities mentioned

In this article, especially the following entities (bands, artists, cities, articles, etc.) are being called out:

John Carroll

Keywords & Genre

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Hangzhou, Album Review, Folk


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Dc:abstractAlbum review of John Carroll's CD. There’s Album review of John Carroll's CD. There’s always a trace of the inveterate wanderer in the Irish sprit and John Carroll from Limerick (no relation), is no exception. Now living in Hangzhou, China, his album ‘Let Every Tongue’is a result of five years living in that country; emigrating, adapting and adjusting to the culture, language and all the personal changes that involved. Dwelling far from his ancestry or not‘Let Every Tongue’ reflects the roots of his heritage as much as his view of the present. ritage as much as his view of the present.
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