Ben Sadock | You Are The Beneficiary Of Us

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You Are The Beneficiary Of Us

by Ben Sadock

Melodic, wistful, catchy pop, prominently featuring electric piano.
Genre: Pop: Chamber Pop
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1. Pity the Fool
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2:55 album only
2. Let Me Into Your Life
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2:38 album only
3. Stepping Out of Jersey
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4:00 album only
4. New Year's Day
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3:22 album only
5. Wise Women
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2:52 album only
6. Help Yourself, She Said
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3:42 album only
7. Glory Be
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2:58 album only
8. I Can't Even Weep
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2:51 album only
9. The Most Important Thing
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4:08 album only
10. Alone
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3:00 album only
11. You Don't Know
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2:32 album only
12. No More Loving
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13. Song for the Birds
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ben Sadock grew up in Chicago and lives in New York, where he writes songs and performs them for people. Ideally, they listen. "You Are The Beneficiary Of Us," his debut album, is a collection of melody- and chord-driven songs intended to burrow into your brain. If you find yourself with one of these songs in your head for the third day in a row, he has succeeded.


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Richard McGraw

the singer/songwriter is back
A triumphant return of the 70's singer/songwriter. His songwriting is infectious. If Randy Newman wrote more "poppy" pop songs, if Paul Simon had a little more humor, if Stevie Wonder could get out of the funk for a bit, and if all these men merged into one, you would have Ben Sadock. I can't stop playing this record. Fave songs: "I Can't Even Weep", "Alone", Pity the Fool", "Song for the Birds", "Help Yourself".