John Stanley Shelley | Man on the Hill

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Man on the Hill

by John Stanley Shelley

Man on the Hill is an album of musical short stories woven into a symphonic novel through the narration of one man and his life - it is a cascade of genras and styles designed to stimulate your aural senses while captivating your heart and soul.
Genre: Rock: Rock opera
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1. Introduction
1:19 album only
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2. Rivers, Rocks, And Rain
4:06 album only
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3. Man on the Hill
5:33 album only
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4. Small Boy
3:54 album only
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5. Realize
4:46 album only
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6. Almighty Blues
4:54 album only
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7. Rise Up
4:07 album only
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8. Where Did All the Cowboys Go
3:43 album only
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9. Temptation Woman
5:33 album only
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10. That's the Way
4:24 album only
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11. Wednesday Afternoon
4:52 album only
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12. Important Things
5:30 album only
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13. Love Is Invisible
4:48 album only
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14. Any Time at All
3:03 album only
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15. Reprise
1:42 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Man On The Hill is not just a group of John Stanley Shelley’s songs. Rather, it is an album of musical short stories woven into a symphonic novel through the narration of one man and his life. It is a cascade of genras and styles designed to stimulate your aural senses while captivating your heart and soul as you find the common footsteps in your own life.

Share in the experience of his personal milestones as they unfold in this musical tale. His journey is personal yet common to us all. You can close your eyes and visualize his innocent dream in the title song, “Man On The Hill.” You can feel the frustration in “Almighty Blues.” Laugh along with “Where Did All The Cowboys Go” Fall in love with “That’s The Way” and get up and dance to “Any Time At All.”

From the opening of the screen door in the introduction through its closing in the reprise, you are invited to listen completely and let yourself get swept away. Whenever possible, play this album through a high quality sound system or high fidelity headphones to fully appreciate the sonic nuances it has to offer.

“I have put my complete heart and soul into making this album. It includes my very best songs that span forty years of writing and composing. I hope you find it as captivating to listen to as it was to produce.” --John Stanley Shelley

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