PCou | Burn, My Desire - The New Moon Lullaby

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Burn, My Desire - The New Moon Lullaby

by PCou

A very different kind of "soul music".
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. Blue Moon
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2:29 album only
2. When
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5:01 album only
3. Burn, My Desire
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7:41 album only
4. All That I'm Asking
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5:36 album only
5. Again
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6:43 album only
6. So Much
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5:10 album only
7. Let It Roll
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4:23 album only
8. For the Love of a Mother
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4:40 album only
9. Angel's Lullaby
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2:17 album only
10. Trust Love
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5:37 album only
11. I'm Going Home
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5:55 album only
12. New Moon Blues
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5:34 album only


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PCou sings a very different kind of 'soul music' on Burn, My Desire.
This is songwriting at its best, with honest, poignant lyrics, rockin' tunes, ballads, and lullabies. This album will kindle a fire in your heart.
And the boy knows how to play his guitar!


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Every thing that we do together is excellent, Pual

Jaydee From Mesquite, Texas

A great song and nice writing.
Really good sound and great production. I thought the back beat rhythm filled the holes nicely. The lead guitar was very tasteful and came out about even with the lead vocal (which I always look for this since I'm an engineer and musician). The vocals were very Brit sounding and carried through nicely, too. All in all, a great song and nice writing.


Guitars were kind of subtle but good, nice chord note picking. Catchy little number. You ask who you sound like, ironically the initial verse melody is RIGHT out of some other song I can't get into far enough in my head to summon the name of it ... Springstien maybe? Sorry. Guitar solo is very good in an Alan Parson's way, very good phrasing. Seems like a good self produced mix. Wow, solo is still going, I like it a lot, people don't explore the beauty of that instrument enough anymore. I wish I could say it's a hit but the 'kids' don't seem to appreciate this kind of stuff anymore. I would buy it though. Surprising how clearly your accent comes through though, you don't really notice it too much in the beatles stuff and other European artists.
Extra Credit: Male Vocals, Guitars, Production, Lyrics, Melody, Beat, Mood