Silent Station

by James Dalton

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The story of this song begins on tour in Europe. An elusive story of a man leaving his destiny to the whims of a famous and beautiful debutante as he blindly fulfills her wishes. Originally written for solo guitar, the tune took new life with the Autoharp and percussion as it's foundation.

"a jangly piece of wistful Folk-Rock showcasing the songsmith’s intelligible melodies and deep croon"
Chris Rotolo-Speak Into My Good Eye

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released March 19, 2012
James Dalton-Autoharp, Mandolin, Harmonica, Percussion, Voice
Phil Glauberzon-Producer, Bass
Karissa A Monica-album art

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James Dalton New Jersey

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James Dalton is a performer and a storyteller, a musician and a giver. He's huffed it around, reaching audiences the hard way:one person at a time, on stages and subway platforms, in living rooms and radio studios. Stomping his feet, hootin and hollerin, banging on guitars, and making mandolins weep. Sharing secrets and laughs, mixing breathtaking vocals with exciting harmonica playing ... more

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