Bruce Lesnick has been playing and writing music for over thirty years. Lesnick is known for his irreverent, funny folk music style, and can often be seen performing at peace marches, anti-war protests and rallies for progressive causes throughout the Pacific Northwest. His music is insightful, inspiring and uncompromising, yet laced with original melodies and harmonies that you'll want to hear over and over again.
Thanks for listening. Please also check out Lesnick's "It's All Relative" CD. (See link below left.)
Track notes for "Firestorm":
1. Bad Guys. A blues number that looks at the Iraq war and suggests where to find the real bad guys.
2. The Dream. A vision about how the world could be, contrasted with how it actually is.
3. Firestorm. A look at major upheavals in human history, from the ending of the Greek and Roman slave societies, to the American Revolution, Civil War, and whatever may lie ahead.
4. Red Shift. A lighthearted look at the expanding universe and our place within it.
5. Sergeant Joe. A ballad about soldiers as victims of, and ultimately opponents of, war.
6. Ramblin' Instrumental guitar.
7. Party Time. The case for a new political party.
8. See the Sound. A satirical look at Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.
9. Greenhouse Blues. A not-so-serious look at a serious problem.
10. Simple Truth. A look at the tendency to suppress scientific and political truth that would threaten the status quo.
11. Pie in the Sky. An irreverent look at religion.