Eddy Dyer

The old saying about New England weather is, if you don't like it, stick around because it will change.

This is true of Lowell, Massachusetts songsmith Eddy Dyer's music.

from the upcoming album "From Out The Wildwood Ringing; Live At Harry's Hill On Guitar And Irish Bouzouki.

recorded in August 2023 on a non-festival evening at Harry Brown's Farm in Starks, Maine with only crickets, distant owls and forest creatures for an audience.

Eddy Dyer - guitar, vocals

lyrics
"Sighing at the seagull's side
Ocean leaves me nowhere to hide
Breezing through the bright blue beyond
is my far away love song.

Standing where stone statues stood
Like the history books we left in the woods;
Dropping with the dark at the dawn
is my far away love song.

Grey
Statues in the graveyard
Breathe
So
Slow

Green
Breezes in the back yard
Sing
So
Low

Speaking through the speaking walls;
wondering if you're listening at all;
lingering long after you're gone
is my far away love song."

Art Tent / The Happening / Harry Brown's Farm

https://eddydyer.bandcamp.com