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Blueroom - Beyond The Pale (2014)

15-01-2015, 17:53
Music | Pop | Rock | Alternative

Blueroom - Beyond The Pale (2014)

Artist: Blueroom
Title Of Album: Beyond The Pale
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Pop/Rock/Alternative
Label: Strange Duck
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 41:23
Total Size: 101 Mb

1. California Crazy (4:44)
2. The Shades Of Grey (3:55)
3. Beyond The Pale (3:45)
4. The Cost (4:29)
5. Magic 8 Ball (3:47)
6. Lanina (3:16)
7. I’m Falling (4:35)
8. Looking Over Your Shoulder (3:56)
9. Comeback (4:48)
10. Stranded (4:04)

The days, weeks, months and years that followed the passing of our good friend and band mate Rick Deeb was a time of darkness for everyone in Blueroom. As we each tried to come to terms with what we had lost, one thing was certain...the idea of creating music without Rick was unimaginable. But two things happened that changed that. One day our good friend Steve D'Amico showed up at the studio and started playing the bass guitar Rick had left there during the sessions for "Down on the Farm." We had known Steve as long as we had known Rick. Our various bands had shared the stage together over the years and Steve and Rick had often performed together as a duo ("Two Boys Who Sing") and as part of "The Groovy Flowers Band."

The other event that made this album possible was the discovery of various recordings Rick made at his home studio. Some were fully realized songs, others were mere sketches but it gave us a way to keep Rick's music part of the band. Four of the ten songs on this album were co-written by Rick. They range from "Stranded," the last complete song Rick ever wrote, as far as we know, to "I'm Falling," a song we co-wrote with Rick in 1989 for "The Strange." Even though our brother is gone, his music lives on.

We were also blessed to have some of our good friends in music play on the album, keyboardist Wayne Cook, violinist Kirsten Fife and cello player Mark Noreyko. Blueroom would like to thank Wayne, Kirsten and Mark for their contributions to Beyond the Pale.

The title of this album comes from 14th century Ireland when the English would place stakes or "pales" in the ground to mark the boundaries of their control. To venture "beyond the pale," was to leave civilization behind, at least as the English saw it, and travel into the unknown.

In the last few years, each of us has been on a journey from darkness to light. In many ways, this album is a document of that journey.

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