I Love You, Forever

by I Was Given Feet To Follow You

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    The record will also come with a high-resolution PDF that will detail the recording process, meaning behind the album title and track titles, as well as new artwork and insights into what's next. Also, you will only find the bonus track, "Koreatown", here on Bandcamp. Think of it as my way of saying thank you for showing your love and support since the beginning, here on Bandcamp. All proceeds from the sales of this record will go directly towards more music and more records!

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released November 25, 2014

All songs written, performed, recorded, engineered, and produced by Dylan Andersen in Long Beach, Calif. from July 2014 to November 2014.

Artwork by Dylan Andersen, using photochroms from the Library of Congress.

Quote on "6th and Judah" taken from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum.

Sound clips on "Fort Funston" and "Milano" are thanks to juskiddink at freesound.



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I Was Given Feet To Follow You Long Beach, California

Hi there, my name is Dylan. This is a project I've been working on since 2007 called I Was Given Feet To Follow You. It is the collection of songs and ideas and movements that were recorded and pieced together at various times in my life. Please enjoy these songs, and feel free to share them. Thank you. ... more

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Track Name: 6th and Judah
I see little of more importance to the future of our country and our civilization than full recognition of the place of the artist.

If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him. We must never forget that art is not a form of propaganda; it is a form of truth. And as Mr. MacLeish once remarked of poets, there is nothing worse for our trade than to be in style. In free society art is not a weapon and it does not belong to the spheres of polemic and ideology. Artists are not engineers of the soul. It may be different elsewhere. But democratic society--in it, the highest duty of the writer, the composer, the artist is to remain true to himself and to let the chips fall where they may. In serving his vision of the truth, the artist best serves his nation. And the nation which disdains the mission of art invites the fate of Robert Frost's hired man, the fate of having "nothing to look backward to with pride, and nothing to look forward to with hope."

- President John F. Kennedy: Remarks at Amherst College, October 26, 1963