Cyanide & Cherries – Tin Pan Alley Blues (A Dream in the Key of D)

Cyanide & Cherries – Tin Pan Alley Blues (A Dream in the Key of D).

New track of the Cyanide & Cherries project! Listen and tell us what you think!


~ by Oloriel on August 13, 2013.

18 Responses to “Cyanide & Cherries – Tin Pan Alley Blues (A Dream in the Key of D)”

  1. The art work is yours? It’s awesome. You’re multi-talented. 🙂

  2. Fabulous — left a comment on Ken’s blog. Beautiful artwork.

  3. Fenomenalno, odusevljena sam!

  4. I absolutely love this! But when don’t I love what you post? 🙂 Thank you for being a constant inspiration. ❤

  5. This absolutely incredible =) I love the art as well!

  6. Ravishing compound, poetry. Awesome.

  7. The artwork is beautiful, Oloriel. And I love the poem and how he reads it. And the music… it brings everything to another level. Awesome 🙂

  8. Oloriel, I just nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award. Use this link to my blog to get the details:

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