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Bruce Ley - Bruce Ley Collection One: The Peacock, The Deer, And The Moon (2014)

28-03-2014, 17:54
Music | Blues | Soul

Bruce Ley - Bruce Ley Collection One: The Peacock, The Deer, And The Moon (2014)

Artist: Bruce Ley
Title Of Album: Bruce Ley Collection One: The Peacock, The Deer, And The Moon
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Independent
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Soul
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 48:28
Total Size: 114 Mb
Covers: Front

01. How Does She Know (3:04)
02. Broken Hearted Fool (4:22)
03. Resisting The Pull (4:48)
04. Great Big Bottom (2:53)
05. Walking Free (4:47)
06. I Want You Back (3:29)
07. Mayflower Blues (3:26)
08. Let's Get It Right (3:41)
09. Smooth Faced Blues (3:31)
10. Hunger Of The Heart (3:41)
11. It's Complicated (3:28)
12. Ellen's Song (3:29)
13. No, No, No (3:44)

I have been a working musician since I was sixteen. It’s been a good life doing what I love for a living, though not without its challenges. After years of recording, working as a musical director, scoring for television and film, producing and writing arrangements for others, I have returned to the place where I began - writing my own songs and performing live.

I think the material I have been working on the last few years has merit. I’ve tested it out in some concert venues the last couple of years and it seems time to let the music go out into the world. So, this year I am releasing it in a series of three CD’s.

Collection One, aptly named, is the first. It is a collection of blues, soul and rock that surveys the current landscape with a hopeful heart. Well, mostly hopeful, and possibly helpful too.

I have this thought that the world is much in need of music as both a balm for the soul and a wake up call for the spirit. There are many wonderful singers and song writers who have offered up their creative work to the universe, and I think we are all better off for it. Here is my offering.

A word about the lyrics. Almost all of them are written by my wife, Candice Bist. She is, of her own accord, a wonderful writer and scholar. But I also happen to think she is remarkably musical, marrying the music effortlessly with her poetry at the same time she seems to channel both my own thoughts, and the deeper voice of the music itself. Quite remarkable really. I cannot say that I am a singer/songwriter, but rather that we are a singer/songwriter. Candice has written short intros before the lyrics of each song to give you an idea of their birthplace.

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