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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Evolve (4:57)
2. The Scythe (2:50)
3. Night Waits (1:05)
4. Change the Way Things Are (4:39)
5. Watching (5:35)
6. Cold Winter Comin' (4:49)
7. No Shadows (4:38)
8. Moon She Rises (5:00)
9. Aradia (2:02)
10. Drawing Down the Moon (5:16)
11. Solstice Call (4:42)
12. Peace Now (5:43)
13. Scythe (reprise) (0:50)

Total Time: 49:26

Line-up / Musicians

- Christopher Bingham / guitars, lead vocals
- Sue Tinney / harmony vocals
- Jay Kenney / keyboards
- Dan Mohler / bass
- TJ Morris / drums
- Betsy Tinney / cello
- Sunnie Reed / viola
- Larry Golding / violin

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