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Just another entry from the old Garageband experiments.
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Andrew Russe said

Not sure how I got here... but yeah, this is WAY cool. And yes, I can hear those piano runs... I THINK I'd have recognised them if you hadn't said... but it saves me wondering later (when we're trying to decide what to watch) why I'm suggesting Thomas Crown Affair!

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There's a line in an Indigo Girls song that says, "If you need to know that you weathered the storm of cruel mortality, a hundred years later I'm sitting here living proof." For me, ever since hearing the words "cruel mortality," they have always…
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Sister Savage said

THIS KILLS ME

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Just a little instrumental. HYGGE /ˈh(y)o͞oɡə,ˈho͝oɡə/ noun: hygge A quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being (regarded as a defining characteristic of Danish culture).
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albinoSQUIRREL (Todd Larsen) said

beautiful

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The seeds of this song were sown years ago. If only those who left knew what they were headed for. BACK TO SHORE The sky was so high when you set out from shore The sun at your back, you were longing for more When it started to pour…
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albinoSQUIRREL (Todd Larsen) said

You are a great lyricist

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There's a line in an Indigo Girls song that says, "If you need to know that you weathered the storm of cruel mortality, a hundred years later I'm sitting here living proof." For me, ever since hearing the words "cruel mortality," they have always…
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albinoSQUIRREL (Todd Larsen) said

I really love this

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Well, this song showed up right at the end of the recording session, and it reminded me of why I do this - and it was just what I needed. THANKS FOR COMING I agreed to meet I smile and take a seat To hear you say how I could be a star…
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Matt Ferrara said

This is my favorite track on the album, for a couple reasons. One, I know it wasn’t “planned.” I like that. I like imagining you channeling it. Two, the guitars. That nylon-stringed guitar adds a lovely texture. Three, your voice is superb on this. Perfect album closer. This album is certainly one to be proud of, my friend. Looking forward to seeing you in Portsmouth.

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Of all the souvenirs, photos, baseball memorabilia, and musical instruments in my study, the item I value the most is one small 3x5 of my sister and me. 3x5 OF ME AND YOU I sit with my belongings around me on the shelf Pictures of my heroes…
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Matt Ferrara said

Here’s to sisters. Most boys who have one become better men.

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The last of the original 29 Navajo Code Talkers died not long ago. Go look them up if you don't know the story. These were some of the finest men to ever serve. CODE TALKER Boys were dying across the ocean Words were stolen, and codes…
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Matt Ferrara said

This one, too. I listened to the album over at RPM but came over here to seek out my favorites so I could comment on the individuals. This guitar work is my favorite, both the tone and how it complements the vocal line.

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There's a line in an Indigo Girls song that says, "If you need to know that you weathered the storm of cruel mortality, a hundred years later I'm sitting here living proof." For me, ever since hearing the words "cruel mortality," they have always…
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Matt Ferrara said

Also, love the whistling. Axl Rose, eat your heart out

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There's a line in an Indigo Girls song that says, "If you need to know that you weathered the storm of cruel mortality, a hundred years later I'm sitting here living proof." For me, ever since hearing the words "cruel mortality," they have always…
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Matt Ferrara said

Your guitar tone on this one is delicious

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Welcome to my RPM album. The line "You might not get what you want - You'll get what you deserve" came to me without me truly understanding it. By the time I finished recording the album, it all made sense. WHAT YOU DESERVE Is this what…
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Matt Ferrara said

Theme song for our shared insanity :)

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There's a line in an Indigo Girls song that says, "If you need to know that you weathered the storm of cruel mortality, a hundred years later I'm sitting here living proof." For me, ever since hearing the words "cruel mortality," they have always…
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Movement To Contact said

This is incredible Keith, cheers

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Well EVERY album needs a love song! CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF YOU Doctor says my numbers aren't where they're suppose to be Gotta change my eating habits and work out more than once a week I know I tend to get addicted to things that make me…
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kavin. said

You went over and above! Nice!

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Sometimes we don't resist the brightest flame until it's too late. ACETYLENE Baby, you burn - I never learn until I'm on fire A dangerous game - the hottest flame I've ever seen I can't look away from your blinding display, drawn by desire…
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kavin. said

Great songwriting! Really digging the album!

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Welcome to my RPM album. The line "You might not get what you want - You'll get what you deserve" came to me without me truly understanding it. By the time I finished recording the album, it all made sense. WHAT YOU DESERVE Is this what…
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Bethan Mathis said

Yes, and you deserve great praise for this RPM Keith. A most enjoyable listen. Thank you !

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There's a line in an Indigo Girls song that says, "If you need to know that you weathered the storm of cruel mortality, a hundred years later I'm sitting here living proof." For me, ever since hearing the words "cruel mortality," they have always…
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Bethan Mathis said

Thought provoking song. Mmm! Live for the moment. Sympathetic guitar playing and the whistling - an inspired addition.

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A few years back in a Portsmouth, NH bar, I saw a guy sitting across from a girl who was looking at him with such adoration and love - and I'm pretty sure the guy had no idea. This song's for you, young man. I hope you realized what you had…
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Bethan Mathis said

Love the b vox Jessica. Beautiful song!

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Well, this song showed up right at the end of the recording session, and it reminded me of why I do this - and it was just what I needed. THANKS FOR COMING I agreed to meet I smile and take a seat To hear you say how I could be a star…
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Sister Savage said

I've had this album playing through my house all morning. An absolute triumph, Keith. Magnificent performances, and the writing absolutely shines. Serious kudos!

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Sometimes we don't resist the brightest flame until it's too late. ACETYLENE Baby, you burn - I never learn until I'm on fire A dangerous game - the hottest flame I've ever seen I can't look away from your blinding display, drawn by desire…
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Bethan Mathis said

This is a good song Keith. very enjoyable.

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Sometimes you just gotta hack away at the acoustic. Oh, and for those of you listening from the New Hampshire coastal music scene, I "borrowed" your documentary title. Had to do it. SHE'LL NEVER BE MINE Raised on the water Born on the…
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Bethan Mathis said

Your arm must have been dropping off . Superb strumming.

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