MUSIC FROM BEHIND THE CURTAIN

by The Suitcase Sideshow

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Philip Shorey It has raw energy you can relate to. Favorite track: Fire & Blade.
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Out to Sea 03:18
Tonight we ride the midnight reef, out to the misty sea. Where we will tell a sailor’s tale, true to you and me. Tonight we leave the midnight reef, out to the misty sea. Where we will voyage on our own, true to you and me.
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Fire & Blade 01:23
Tonight we sail through storm and wind, out in the misty sea. Where we will hearken fire and blade, ‘tis the end of you and me.
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Tonight you heard a sailor’s tale about the misty sea. Don’t fall victim like this old boat, so sorry you will be. There is a sailor old and strong who cares for you and me. He’ll guide you steady on your course, so freedom you will see.
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Verse 1 Come to your Father, come as you are, homeless and starving, we've come from so far. We've seen the plagues of darkness, that's all that we've known. Now, God’s children, we're never alone. Chorus We come to our Father, our Father. We sing this song together. We call on your name, sweet Jesus, sweet Jesus. You’re the hero for our souls. Verse 2 Slaves to this world’s fate, chained to our lust, looking for freedom, that someone to trust. Pushed down and broken, that's all that we've known. Now God’s children, we're never alone. Verse 3 Drifting through life, suffering and shame, looking for something to numb all the pain. Nothing ever helps, that's all that we've known. But now God’s children, we're never alone.
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Won’t you believe us, the truth that has saved us? Won’t you believe us, the truth found in Jesus?
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The Verdict 01:39
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Verse 1 Come to your Father, come as you are, homeless and starving, we've come from so far. We've seen the plagues of darkness, that's all that we've known. Now, God’s children, we're never alone. Chorus We come to our Father, our Father. We sing this song together. We call on your name, sweet Jesus, sweet Jesus. You’re the hero for our souls. Verse 2 Slaves to this world’s fate, chained to our lust, looking for freedom, that someone to trust. Pushed down and broken, that's all that we've known. Now God’s children, we're never alone. Verse 3 Drifting through life, suffering and shame, looking for something to numb all the pain. Nothing ever helps, that's all that we've known. But now God’s children, we're never alone.

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Philip Shorey has composed the music for multiple productions throughout the years with The Suitcase Sideshow. This is a compilation of marionette and puppetry soundtrack music that has been featured on four past productions - The Sailor & The Boat, Blessed are the Poor, The Story of Saul's Conversion, and The Giving Tree & Taking Boy. This is the music that has accompanied these stories – music from behind the curtain.

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released November 10, 2017

Musicians: Bernardeta Komiago, Noah Schneider, Malwina Paszek, Marta Rosinska, Nate Berhausen, Sally Grayson, Bryce Jacobsen, Kristy Kelley Jacobsen, Stina Doty, Jess Welsh Anderson, Rebecca Bloch, Jessica O’Tool, Kelsey Maddox, Christa Schneider, Jacob Musack, Charlene Hess, The Sherlin Family, Sam Erickson, Elsie Huberty, Sari J. Shorey and Philip Shorey.

Mastering: Rare Form Mastering

Artistic Director: Felipe Rocha

Special Thanks: Happy Fun Time Industries, Small Circus Studio, and Come&Live!

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The Curse of the Vampire Orchestra Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Suitcase Sideshow is a home for fringe theater that brings a message of hope to the far corners of the world. It is produced by Philip Shorey and is most known for its marionette toy theater that performs in refugee camps, orphanages, street corners, under bridges, and more. Recently it has also become a home for the Curse of the Vampire Orchestral film score to Nosferatu as well. ... more

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