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by Mike DiFrank

Lush vocal harmonies accompanied by crisp acoustic and electric guitars give each song a life of thier own. The album flows from soft acoustic ballads to up-tempo numbers with strong melodies. Thought provoking lyrics bring a great listening experience.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. On the Other Side
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2. Doin' it all for You
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3. 32nd Street
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4. Mornin' Sun
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5. Long way to Abilene
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6. This Time
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7. In my Baby's Eyes
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8. Heard it all Before
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9. Newburgh City Blues
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10. Morning Light
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11. Rainbow (Song for Margie)
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Album Notes
This journey started many years ago,when my two older Brothers would take me around the neighborhood singing for Ladies who would give us change.
I was probably 4 or 5. I began playing Guitar at 13, learning as much as I could from my brothers and other local Musicians. Music has always been
important to me, as it is to many people.
It marks important points in our life. A song can take you back to a feeling or a personal memory like nothing else.
Writing music is probably the most enjoyable aspect of this whole experiment I've embarked on. Sitting alone with a Guitar until something happens
is still hard to explain or understand completely. Sometimes I wonder "where does it come from." It's almost magic.
It sounds corny, but I've heard many Songwriters describe it the same way. Even if no one ever hears the Songs I write, I still love the creative process,
and feel fortunate to be able to do it.
If I find some kindred spirits who enjoy what I do, and some day I can be a memory in thier life, well that would make the whole thing worthwhile.



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