The Sun Came Up Brighter Today

A driven song with an inspirational message.  Some dynamic contrast yet mostly driving throughout.

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She’s A Lucky One

Themes of breaking down, internalizing, facing anxiety.  The acoustic guitars and violins seem to create a spinning room.  Interesting time changes.  Both Male and Female vocal.

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September

An instrumental with very strong emotional imagery portraying a climactic scene as the song enters its dynamic summit.  Events are unfolding, lovers reuniting, loose ends being tied up, accomplishing final tasks.  Very dramatic.

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Every Train

An acoustic driven song with feelings of loss and wanting. Dynamically structured, builds with the lyric.

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The Summertime

This song has a reggae feel and features both male and female vocals.  Listen for the dynamic change about half way through the song.  Lyrics are ambigious and metaphorical yet with meaning.  Catchy chorus about expressing feelings.

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Westward

Folk instrumental with some Irish influence.  Colored with acoustic guitar and a beautiful violin melody.  Keywords: travel, wandering, vagabond, countryland, rural.

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The City Streets

This is a song that grows and evolves dynamically as an euphoric scene unfolds and the sources of this euphoria sort of act as characters in the lyrics.  A very crisp and clear mix driven by a strong acoustic guitar in an alternative folk arrangement.

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In The Morning

This track is carried by a thought provoking violin that sort of calls to mind a fast forward look at memories of the past.  Sounds like senior year of high school coming to a close.  Coming of age.

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Summer Cornfields

Instrumental featuring acoustic guitar and banjo. Light and picturesque. Imagine traveling through the country passing cornfield after cornfield. Feelings of happiness and freedom.

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Take Me With You

A hopeful sounding instrumental track with some bright acoustic guitars. The style is best described as Folk without lyrics. The music calls to mind pictures of rural landscapes, mountains, ect.. The melody presented in this song is longing and picturesque. Imagine a child starring out the window of a car on a long journey.

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I See Mountains

With a lonely cowboy guitar melody backed by a Lumineers sounding rhythm section of acoustic guitar and kick drum this instrumental sets a certain mood of longing and desperation. Definitely feels like a horseback ride at dusk. Picture a couple of outlaws taking the country side by night. Taken from a different perspective this track could simply set the tone for some sort of anxiously awaited meeting that ends a little shy of expectation.

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Raining Hope

Sad yet hopeful. The end of the relationship, the end of the season, the final stretch. Picture two old friends bringing it in for a hug but recognizing the wrinkles on each others face. A slight sense of despair yet somehow resolved.

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Every Girl

A heart aching, self deprecating, ballad about a man searching for a woman. Male vocal, Full band production. Americana, Singer Songwriter, Folk Rock style. “I’m far too lonely to take a lover. I’d hate myself for wanting too much from her. But I’ll never last like this. I’ll never last like this”

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