Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada, acoustic, folk music, singer songwriter, World music, folk, spiritual, west coast, guitar

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Genre: Folk, Acoustic Roots, World

Sea Of Dreams takes us on a journey to British Columbia’s west coast. Prince’s first album reflects on an era of prolific creativity and travel, 1976 to 1987. The songs offer poignant and uplifting imagery: from the rallying cries of, Thunderbird and Haida Warrior, the ancient wisdom and global vision of, Only One; to dreams of Killer Whales and the birth of Peter’s first child recalled in, Koyahni. After graduating with a Film Production degree from Toronto’s Ryerson University, in 1981, with guitar and movie camera in hand, Prince landed in Victoria. Vancouver Island offered film work, chances to perform his music and adventures in Nature. He produced and directed an award-winning documentary film about the Haida titled, ReDiscovery: The Eagle’s Gift. He also took part in the campaign to save the magnificent southern archipelago of the Haida Gwaii, now a national park: Gwaii Hanas. Many fine musicians grace the recordings, including: Mike Marshall on Mandolin, Michael Manring on Fretless Electric Bass, Dan Rubin on Violin, Kelly Crowe on Piano, Scott Sheerin on Saxophone and Neil Golden on Tabla. Don Xaliman, held sway over keyboards and sterling engineering. Sea Of Dreams is a perennial favorite of people visiting Salt Spring Island. It Takes A Long Time To Become Young, was a hit in Japan and played extensively on Roots radio in Canada, USA and Europe.