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From Hawaii with Aloha. Released on "Rare To Go - December Solstice" CD, 2015.

Rare To Go - December Solstice
A CD Package and CD master download at davidelias.bandcamp.com/album/rare-to-go-december-solstice

"I don't know how you did it, cause technically its not possible, but it sounds higher res than a CD - it's awesome quality music too." - Fiona Joy, Blue Coast SACD/DSD recording artist, Grammy Winner

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Help Yourself - David Elias

Morning comes before the sun, I hear that song, I better help myself. I better help myself. Reflections smile behind the miles, I hear that song, I better help myself. I better help myself.

Lord you know it comes and goes, I feel that song, I better help myself. I better help myself. Ain’t no one knows the lonely lows. When you hear that song you better help yourself. You better help yourself. Help yourself. You better help yourself.

Lord you know it comes and goes, when I feel that song, I better help myself. I better help myself. Ain’t no one shows the lonely lows. When you hear that song you better help yourself.

Help yourself.

Help yourself.

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from David Elias ~ 9 Tracks MQA Sampler (44​.​1 to 352​.​8 kHz), released June 7, 2016
Recorded with single stereo mic to Sony TCD-8 1-bit 48kHz DAT in Hawaii on the Big Island. Mastered by David Elias

Encoded for MQA with studio bit perfect quality registered from 16/44.1 master by MQA Ltd., UK

Music & Lyrics by David Elias

David Elias: ukelele, vocal

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David Elias Hawaii

David Elias writes music and lyrics about living and dreaming and nature.

He takes photographs and uses them and his songs to make videos about nature and living and dreaming.

He has self-produced his own CDs and SACDs/DSD Downloads since 1995. Now pioneering MQA!

HD Videos since youtube.com/davideliasvideo

Go To www.davidelias.com for Native DSD studio master stereo and 5.1 downloads!
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