Bob James | What Can We Do Now - Single

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What Can We Do Now - Single

by Bob James

This song, is an upbeat Rock / Folky type song which brings the atmosphere of the Great British Pub, to everyones attention. It is catchy, fun and makes you want to sing along and join in, so please enjoy it and support the Great British Pubs.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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I am Bob James, I have been a songwriter since the early 90's, I write in most styles but perform mainly Country, 50's Rock'n'Roll and Rockabilly.
I was asked to write a song to bring to peoples attention the demise of the "Great British Pub" which after all is British Heritage, pubs have been a social gathering place for centuries, and is extremely important in our culture, especially for social networking and relaxation.
Many musicians and artists got their start in pubs and clubs and bars, as I did, and so I found it very close to my heart when asked if I could write and record a song to represent this cause, by Inez Ward (Justice for Licensees) (Save The Great British Pub).
I came up with the title for the song, as I was wondering, "What can I or we do", "What Can We Do Now".
I then decided, to name as many Pubs as would allow in a song, and keep within a formulated song structure, within a perfect 3 minute to 3.15 minute time frame, incorporating a celtic folky fun feel, with an intro and chorus that could be easily remembered and recognized.
With the help of my co-writer, producer and studio engineer, Tim Bushong, (the Channelsurfers / Lovewar), we put together this song, which I feel will become a true testimony to the Great British Pub, we hope and pray you will like it enough to give your support. Thank you so much, I hope I have the privilege of meeting you all on the road. Thanks Bob James.
Oh please take a listen to "When The Darkness Calls" my latest album, here on CD Baby.


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