Adam Web | Once We Were Stars

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Once We Were Stars

by Adam Web

Adam Web's self produced studio album "Once We Were Stars", is an exploration of groove and a hopeful humanity. It is built on funky grooves and beachy soul rhythms.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Bluff
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2. Life Is My Play
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3:34 $0.99
3. Say Often
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3:29 $0.99
4. Standstill
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5. Rogue Lover
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6. Smile
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7. Trumpets Sound
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8. The Smallest Big
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9. Sick Boy
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10. My Eyes Are Tired
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11. Natural
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12. Once We Were Stars
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Adam Web's self produced studio album "Once We Were Stars",
is an exploration of groove and a hopeful humanity. From the funk infused
“Bluff” and “Rogue Lover” to the beachy soul rhythms of “Life is My Play”,
Web capitalizes on his ability to shine vocals onto a backdrop of simplistic
grooves. The rich and sensitive track “Say Often” owns a soulful chorus
promoting consistent affection towards our loved ones, while the more
universal “Standstill” searches for a love and understanding of all people.
Backed by a talented display of hand percussion, keys, and bass guitar, Web
fills out his songs while still holding on to the organic simplicity that is his
identity. Lyrically he locates a median between the human experience and the
ethereal plane as he expresses, “The lyrics touch on our everyday personal
emotions while keeping a pulse on the bigger picture...the broader perspective
of who and what we are and of what we’re all capable of becoming.”


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