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Kerry Patrick Clark - In A Perfect World (2014)

15-02-2014, 20:28
Music | Folk | Country | Pop

Kerry Patrick Clark - In A Perfect World (2014)

Artist: Kerry Patrick Clark
Title Of Album: In A Perfect World
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Studio-234
Genre: Country, Folk, Adult Contemporary
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:40 Min
Total Size: 111 Mb


01. Another River Runs
02. A Simple Legacy
03. Code Of Silence
04. Hope Grows
05. In A Perfect World
06. Looks Like Its Going To Be A G
07. Mine featuring Robbie Clark
08. No Place Like Home
09. Remember When The Music
10. Thats The Thing About Love
11. Therapy
12. You and Me

Kerry Patrick Clark is already living In a Perfect World. It’s not just the title of his 7th CD; it’s the culmination of Kerry feeling as though he’s perfected his talent as a singer, songwriter, musician and producer. If, in his previously released CD he was On the Road to Human Being, then that road has led him here: to an unapologetic exploration of what he holds dearest to his heart. He’s plumbed the depths and poured the contents of that heart into songs that simmer with curiosity, boil with honesty and bubble up to reach beyond what is merely surface.
We all have our ideas of what a perfect world looks like. In Kerry’s, his music is used as a mirror to reflect our own individual life journeys as well as the shape of our society as a whole. He has been called a musical Norman Rockwell because his songs paint pictures that are, at once, authentic, whimsical and sublime. Like Rockwell, Kerry takes everyday life scenarios and blends idealism with serious undertones. He makes observations, turns them into metaphors, and gives them a voice and a pulse that calls our attention to what we might not have otherwise noticed.
In a Perfect World begins by paying tribute to one of Kerry’s earliest influences with a cover of a Harry Chapin classic. It dives into ambitious themes like gun violence and bullying; it makes tender observations of love, marriage and home; it examines simple moments like the joy of that first snowfall and the quiet impact one life can make; and it humorously notes that despite our best efforts, we’re screwing up our children anyway.
The release of the CD comes on the heels of a successful West Coast tour that expanded Kerry’s reach past the Midwest where he’s been a local favorite since he began playing in coffee shops and wine bars when he was 14 years old. After his rousing center-stage appearance at the Folk Alliance Region West Music Conference in Southern California, Kerry has been booking house concerts and venues for a return in the Fall. This new opportunity to increase his audience gave him the impetus to launch a larger promotional campaign knowing that people all over the country seem hungry for good music, played well, that delves beyond the commercial scene.
It’s clear that amidst the stream of endless distractions like Facebook, reality shows, 60-character missives and twerking, people are yearning to connect—with themselves, with each other, with a sense of purpose and meaning. Kerry’s music has always appealed to those who see past the flashing neon sign to the oak tree silhouetted in the sunrise and the birds flying in formation along the horizon. It is both timely and timeless. And it possesses a simple beauty that penetrates.

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