Robin Thompson

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Hemlock Project updated version


Artist: Robin & Mark Thompson
Genre: Folk & Singer-Songwriter
Duration: 00:02:12

Description:
We hope we're improving this tune-- we're working on it! The actual Hemlock Project is a mine recovery project done here in our little old coal mining village. Home. We love our home.

Robin Thompson
02/19/19 05:30:25PM @robin-thompson:

Thanks, @Sam.  This tune is a weird one so we're still working on it.  :)


Sam
02/19/19 06:03:45AM @sam:

This would be a very good addition to an album. (hint - hint). Really, Robin, it is a beautiful music experience.  Your 'Project' is somewhat of a coincidence, I'll leave you more in PM.


Robin Thompson
02/01/19 11:34:02AM @robin-thompson:

@Ariane , thank you for your kind comment!  We hope to grow even more comfortable with this tune and, perhaps, change things a bit.  


Ariane
02/01/19 03:01:12AM @ariane:

So beautiful, Robin! Your two instruments and playing have a wonderful harmony together and a very special sound - I think I could hear you out of thousands.


Robin Thompson
01/27/19 12:15:34PM @robin-thompson:

Thank you, @Irene and Val @Macdoaha.  

The mine recovery project was done, primarily, to mitigate flooding. We still have flooding woes due, in part, to lack of topsoil because of mining.  Also, the village was designed for outhouses to be used as the "sanitary" systems-- there had been, understandably, no thought of modern plumbing and water usage as we know it today.  Thus, wastewater and some sewage flows into the creek. 

It is my hope that, someday, the children here in the village will be able to catch minnows and wade in the creek.  


MacAodha
01/27/19 09:08:19AM @macaodha:

I like the way you draw me into the tune Robin and Mark as if I was witnessing the project in question.


IRENE
01/26/19 08:49:27PM @irene:

i just love this Robin....thank you.