Paul Kanter | Hook & Line

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Hook & Line

by Paul Kanter

Acoustic folk with blues influences, these songs speak to events around us, from GW Bush writing his memoirs to a guy who bought a bed at a pawn shop.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Where We Go From Here
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2. The Bed
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3. Streak of Lightening
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4. The Dance
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5. Dominique
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6. Lonely Boy
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7. Morning Chill
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8. Zbarash
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9. Dimestore Dream
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10. Sweet Release
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11. In Search of the Song
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12. Hook and Line
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Album Notes
Simple, concise arrangements add to this acoustic folk album. Saxophone, acoustic bass, and lead guitar are sparingly used to add color to some of my songs. I believe that today music is way..... way overproduced. We do not allow a song to have its empty space in order to hear the unsung or unplayed note. A good song, with a good voice and guitar is all that is needed. I wanted this album to have the feel that I am playing right in front of you, honestly with no enhancements. I hope I delivered, and I hope you enjoy this album. Thanks for reading this, Paul Kanter.


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