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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. At The Sunrise (8:40)
2. Eclipse (1:40)
3. Beneath The Sun (10:12)
4. In A Dream (12:24)
5. Steve's Song (4:03)
6. Follow Me (6:06)
7. Memory (6:31)
8. Here I Am... Look At Me (7:05)
9. We'll Find Out Why (6:18)
10. Toast And Marmalade / Is That The Way (3:59)
11. Will I See My Love Tomorrow (5:52)
12. Am I Going Down (4:29)
13. Make Believe (5:25)
14. Seasons (4:17)
15. Tomorrow (5:30)

Total Time 92:31

Line-up / Musicians

- Michael L. Roberts
- Mark Engelhardt

Releases information

Self Released Digital Download

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