richard murrey wrote the title track after the space shuttle columbia disaster giving credit to the bravery and drive of the astronauts who avidly pursue the exploration of space. the song inspired the creative juices of nasa's video/animation team and "l.e.o. ain't high enough" is now the driving beat and sound for a dynamic video promoting the nasa initiative to the moon and mars. the sky's the limit for this song and video... who knows where it will lead? it recently captured a gold addy award at the spacecoast advertising federation's awards ceremony. this most collection of murrey penned originals has a wide variety of styles. lay back in the solid valley of groove and let the songs massage your cortex.
"l.e.o. ain't high enough"... low earth orbit just doesn't get it done anymore... all about pushing out to the moon and planets.
"will of love"... what used to be a mutual relationship grows into a more "needy", one-sided affair, but there's still optimism!
"i can't wait"... ever realize she's more than just a friend and you're tired of seeing her going out with other guys?
"can't feel the love"... maybe the "matrix" of this society has us all fooled? maybe we are being sold a lie? perhaps it's all more complicated than it is?
"funkyjooze"... ah, the perfect date, the perfect woman... the perfect payoff?
"man in the mask"... it's all very hush, hush, secret agent, spy stuff.
"livin' simple"... life without all the trappings you work for all your life so you won't have the trappings! huh?
"what the blues is for"... oh yeah, when it rains, it pours... and that's the time for the blues.
"chain up my heart"... giving up everything for that buzz called love.
"blue collar song"... if this nation's great leaders were to pay us a visit now?
"partytime"... knock back a few, relax with the groove... it's time to partay.