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Alex Baron - Funeral City (2015)

9-01-2016, 23:03
Blues | Country | Folk

Title: Funeral City
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self Produced
Genre: Blues/Country/Folk
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 39:51
Total Size: 106 MB

1. Big Red Sea (3:29)
2. Human Being (3:49)
3. Yes I Do (2:54)
4. Rock Bottom (4:02)
5. Number Four (3:44)
6. All My Demons (3:28)
7. Funeral City (3:41)
8. All The Good Ones (4:01)
9. Cold And Lonely (4:12)
10. Goodbye (3:36)
11. Ray Forever (2:50)

Alex Baron has two great passions: music and writing. He started playing guitar at age 13, took up piano two years later and then tried his hands at bass at 21. All the while, he has experimented with different writing mediums, taking a journey from toiling over novels to finding his voice in narrative songwriting.

Baron has also sang and played guitar, bass and keys with a number of bands, starting with Wesley House, an acoustic blues trio performing original music and covers at coffee shops around his hometown of Seattle. He then joined the blues, funk, and jam band Benotho, before becoming a part of Ato Teodoro, a blues and jazz duo. When Baron moved to Nanjing, China from 2008 to 2010, he played keyboard and sang with rock and pop cover bands there.

Since his return to Seattle in 2010, Baron has performed in his own band, Smokey Detour, as well as the Alex and Daylan blues duo. He also plays in a country band backing musician Billy Stephenson.

Baron’s influences range from country classics by Patsy Cline and Linda Ronstadt to soul music by Otis Redding, Smokey Robinson, and Etta James. He remains a huge fan of rock by the Rolling Stones and The Band. His style has also been shaped by South African music, including the mbaqanga group Soul Brothers and the jazz composer Abdullah Ibrahim.

Still, he credits Taj Mahal, Dr. John, Ray Charles and Paul Simon with making the greatest contributions to his musical style.

Since the day he strummed his first guitar chords, Baron has been writing songs. When he began studying piano, he was drawn to the songs of classic songwriters like the Gershwins and Johnny Mercer. He later fell in love with blues, fascinated with the lyrical structure of the music. Recently, he has incorporated more of the narrative drive and tongue-in-cheek humor of country music into his writing.

Baron currently performs his original songs at a number of venues around Seattle – as a solo performer and a band member. He and producer Robert Lee Mitchell recently released his first album, with the Smokey Detour band, and he and Mitchell are currently mixing a second solo album.

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