Bernie Reilly | No Place To Hide

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No Place To Hide

by Bernie Reilly

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Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. No Place to Hide
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3:19 album only
2. The Curtain
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2:46 album only
3. Had to Come Over
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4:32 album only
4. Goin' Wrong
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4:24 album only
5. Growing Up
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4:34 album only
6. Wristslap
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3:03 album only
7. Valentine
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8. This Cloud
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3:20 album only
9. Don't Look Now
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4:33 album only
10. Easy to Lie
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3:54 album only
11. Get up off the Ground
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12. Mulch
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13. Back Door Slam
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14. Cruel Introduction
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Like countless other teenagers in America, Bernie Reilly learned the ways of guitar alone in his room by imitating the likes of Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Nick Drake, Jimi Hendrix, and most of all Neil Young. After a childhood of formal classical cello study, this "new" music was a breath of fresh air. Putting aside his classical roots he dove headlong into the world of rock n roll and quickly discovered his true calling...

Reilly has just completed his fourth album, "No Place to Hide". On this latest collection he has reached new heights of songwriting by leaving the electric band sound behind and delving into the lyrical world of truth and self examination. With all of his flaws and worries unapologetically exposed, the level of honesty has given the album an intimate feel that will transport the listener to a musical world all its own. "So much of todays music is all flash and bravado", says Reilly. "With this album I really wanted to get back to the sounds and feelings that made me love music in the first place. Making music that you like for its own sake always seems to resonate better with the listener, as opposed to trying to second guess an audience's expectations. A melody or lyric that comes straight out of my unconscious musical hum will in the end be more catchy and classic than a premeditated construction." Reactions to early versions of No Place to Hide have confirmed that it represents a new degree of depth in Reilly's work. While still playing in various ensembles from rock to jazz to bluegrass, Reilly has begun to focus more and more on his solo shows. "I like the freedom of playing solo. It affords me the opportunity to change dynamics and repertoire without warning and really put a piece of myself out there, like it or not, for all to see." Tune in!


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Steven Capozzola

Best Bernie album yet
I think this is Bernie\'s best CD. I always really liked the first one, \'Local Hero.\' But this one combines all the best elements of his music since then and is just filled with one great song after another. \"The Curtain\" and \"Don\'t Look Now\" are classics. Bernie should be nationally recognized--and I hope this CD makes it happen.