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Emancipator — When I Go
Album: Soon It Will Be Cold Enough
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7

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Total ratings: 513









Released: 2006
Length: 5:24
Plays (last 30 days): 0
"I like to sing off key a lot
Just to get into it
I'm doing it on purpose"

When I go
I will stay long gone

When I go
I will stay long gone

When I go
When I go
When I go
I will stay long gone

When I go
I will stay long gone

Away

When I go
I will stay long gone

When I go
I will stay long gone

Away

When I go
When I go
When I go
I will stay long gone

Away

Falling
Falling
Falling

Oh, he drove all his days just to hold one against her
And then he rode to her house in the dead of the winter

Say
Why not?
Why not?
Why not?
Why not me?

Away

When I go
When I go
When I go

I will stay long gone

Gone
Gone
Gone

"How do you like that for harmony?"

Oh he drove all his days just to hold one against her
And then he rode to her house in the dead of the winter

Say
Why not?
Why not?
Why not?
Why not me?

Oh he drove all his days just to hold one against her
And then he rode to her house in the dead of the winter

Say
Why not?
Why not?
Why not?
Why not me?

"You are nourishing.
That's what he said"
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sublime
What's not to like.

{#Cowboy} 
 haljordan wrote:
I can't stop gagging on the pretension. 
 
You might want to seek medical assistance for that.
I somehow previously rated this a 9. Not quite. Demotion is the motion for this Manhattan club lounge music. 
I can't stop gagging on the pretension. 
 d-don wrote:
Every student in my classroom be dancing at their desks.
 

If your going to do this, the font needs to be bigger and in green. 6 out of 10 must try harder.


 unclehud wrote:

"You are nourishing," that's what he said.

Holy cow, what a great pickup line!  (Just curious if our RP sisters think that's too slick or too cheesy.)

 
I can't speak for our sisters, being the wrong gender, but I'd love a woman to try that one out on me :o)
 coding_to_music wrote: 
Thanks, I was wondering who the vocalist was!
This is the only song at the moment that I simply cannot listen to. The whole thing seems off key, the words are trite and the background is plastic ono. Hopefully I will get over it already at some point.

"You are nourishing," that's what he said.

Holy cow, what a great pickup line!  (Just curious if our RP sisters think that's too slick or too cheesy.)


 Jamunca wrote:

I rather like it.

 

like butter....
 TerryS wrote:
How do you like that for harmony?

 
I rather like it.
How do you like that for harmony?
I wish RP was "Valium" radio so that I would not find so many new2me artists and feel the urge to click-click and buy it...

 OTOH...If it was rally Consultant Cleared and Programmed Valium Radio I would not be listening every day and everytime I turn on one of the computers...  The good stuff is always pricey but really worth it...
Thanks for the good-new2me music... and keep playing the eclectic music from around the world...

   
  
this is ok, but music like this always makes me feel like in a shoe store at the mall
{#Cowboy}
Its got a good groove..... Dig IT!
Wish you could see all the zombies in my trailer park dancing to this one....They can't help it!
 Proclivities wrote:

Unfortunately, it's not likely we'll ever hear that here - it was last played in 2006.  This is quite a cool tune though.
 



 FrankRizzo wrote:

Song has a nice mellow vibe to it. When it first started, I thought it might be The Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds.
 



..i got the fluffy too..similar enchantment with this one..8, inching twds 9..
Wow.  Liking this...
Been soooo diggin' this guy. Thanks, RP, for turning me onto yet another wonderful artist!
Every student in my classroom be dancing at their desks.
Also very-very-very nice!
 Alexandra wrote:
How cool! A PDX artist
 
Not to be confused with PSD.....  {#Wink}
First listen...got lost in it...very nice.
Saw this artist perform in a small venue in Cambridge, MA.  Very talented.  Spoke w/him for awhile before the show.  My son turned me on to this and I've got lots on my IPod
...indeed...
this was refreshing
 westslope wrote:
PDX artist? 
 
PDX.....Portland, OR
PDX artist? 
How cool! A PDX artist
 skeeter wrote:
Quite nice.  Docked it a point for the blabber here and there.  :-/
 
Ooh, well I thought the blabber was kinda cute and nice. A cool, cool song, so chilled it iced my 'phones over :o). 8 from the seriously chilled-out Nottingham jury. 
Very nice indeed  {#Roflol}
Nice
Oh, gosh, thanks for something mellow. I was just getting my rage on after getting a snippy little note from someone who's late (like, six months late) on a project. So instead of writing back angrily and getting myself in trouble, I'm going to relax and remember my mother's golden rule of dealing with rude people: Never put off until tomorrow something you can deal with in a better frame of mind the day after.
 
Nice addition!
Lovely. Found out about Emancipator when Bill played another one of his songs and have been listening to his stuff via Spotify. Thanks, Bill!
 FrankRizzo wrote:
Song has a nice mellow vibe to it. When it first started, I thought it might be The Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds.
 
Unfortunately, it's not likely we'll ever hear that here - it was last played in 2006.  This is quite a cool tune though.
following in the imogen path
very like it 
This song awoke me from Deep sleep ....it spoke volumes to me. Still I Can't get it off my mind.
Pretty!
Quite nice.  Docked it a point for the blabber here and there.  :-/
Song has a nice mellow vibe to it. When it first started, I thought it might be The Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds.
Boy, do I love this tune. Talented fella.