Diane Brunner and Drew Decker | Wet Paint

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Wet Paint

by Diane Brunner and Drew Decker

Acoustic, Folk Art, Originals
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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1. Sometimes Life Brings Us Flowers
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2. Energy
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3. Hurry Back
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4. I Did Climb
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5. Deep Underneath
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6. Rose Colored Blinders
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7. Game Ain't Over
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8. Just a Dream
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9. Pink
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10. Lightly
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11. Misunderstood
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12. Ordinary Mirror
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13. You Love Me Like This
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14. Out There
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15. Maybe I
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16. Road of Life
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17. Ticking of the Clock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
All the songs I\'ve ever written come through me. Songs play in my head until I put them on paper. I used to sit in coffee shops and try to get musicians to match my words with their music. One musician told me to get a guitar, because if I was going to write songs, I needed to learn how to play. So I got a guitar and taught myself how to play and stopped asking musicians to play my songs. I used to try to get singers to sing my songs, but that never worked out, so I sang them myself. I met Drew Decker in a coffeehouse in Poway, CA. I was blown away by his musical talents. I\'d say to Drew, \"Wow, you can really play with your heart.\" I kept telling him, “I have some songs,” and he\'d say, “Bring them in.” It took me about five years to bring my songs to Drew. I was busy raising three kids and working. We finally met for the sake of music, and worked together for the next seven years to complete, \"Wet Paint\". \"Drew breathed new life into every song I ever brought him. He\'s the type of musician that can play what you’re thinking. Once in awhile you meet a person who has an incredible impact on your life and Drew is that person to me. I\'m forever grateful for his musical genius and devotion to this project.

--Diane Marie Brunner


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