George Martinovich | Let's Pretend (There's a War)

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Let's Pretend (There's a War)

by George Martinovich

Influenced by British rock, strong melodies with socially conscious lyrics.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Let's Pretend (There's a War)
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2. How Much Harder Do You Work?
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3. Little Girl (Don't You Cry)
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4. Love Is All Around You
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5. Voices From The Past (Instrumental)
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6. Welcome To The Future
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I was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary, started with classical music then heard Elvis, Roy Orbison, later the British Invasion groups. That music influenced me; I learned many songs and (even though at the time didn’t speak any English) I learned to sing those songs without any accent. First I joined a rock’ n’ roll band as a lead singer, later picked up the bass-guitar, which became my main instrument. Of course, that all happened behind the “Iron Curtain” so mostly we were barely tolerated because of the “Western Influence”. I left Hungary in 1968, played in Scandinavia for five years, then in 1973 I moved to California. Here I played with different bands for some 25 years mainly cover songs. I started writing my own music and with the help of the new technology I was able to record them.
The idea behind the title song - as a society we have all these needs and the roadblock is always money - we can’t afford this and that, etc. Then a war breaks out and all of a sudden we can spend billions. So why not pretend there is a war and spend the billions elsewhere?


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