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    Coming of Age in Hard Times

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    Afande (Policeman)

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    Wingless Bird

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    Shadow of a Doubt

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    Born Under the Same Sun

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    Kothbiro

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    Praying for Time

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    Peace Be Upon You

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    Adagio for Pots & Pans

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    My Dream (Lekna)

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    Wild at Heart

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2018 album produced by Don Gunn & Aaron English. Written & recorded in six different countries during Aaron's EU & US tours as well as his African travels for his charity, the International Youth Music Project, in 2015-2017.

- “A unique and brilliantly creative songwriter…Aaron English [has] wandered the globe’s highways and back roads encountering, absorbing, evolving and cross-pollinating everything he encounters in his journey.” - Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture (dancingaboutarchitecture.info)

- Top Ten album of 2018: “Number one on my list of top ten…moved me to chills at times.”  - Andy John Bradford, House of Prog (houseofprog.com)

Song of the Year Finalist, International Songwriting Competition for "Afande (Policeman)"

Song of the Year Finalist, Great American Song Contest for "Wingless Bird"

Song of the Year Finalist, Hollywood Songwriting Contest for "Wingless Bird" and "Afande (Policeman)"

- "...fills up the soul right from the get-go. This collection of eleven songs is a powerful blend of sounds and feelings that span the entire globe." ~ Matty Cline, How Lucky (howluckymedia.com)