Dave Burgess | Hurry Slowly

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Hurry Slowly

by Dave Burgess

It's all in the mix, classic RnB, Soul and Blues set to a constant funky rhythm and some warm acoustic grooves which complement deep, rich, bluesy vocals. Thoughtfull lyrics describing lifes universal principles of love, life and the benifits of hindsight
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1. Already Free Dave Burgess
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2. You're Gonna Need Somebody Dave Burgess
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3:13 $0.99
3. Hurry Slowly Dave Burgess
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5:59 $0.99
4. Fonk in A Dave Burgess
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2:35 $0.99
5. Get Back Dave Burgess
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6. This Is How Love's Got to Be Dave Burgess
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7. Gonna Be Alright Dave Burgess
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8. Can't Sleep At Night Dave Burgess
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9. Lookin for the Same Things Dave Burgess
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10. Old Too Soon (Smart Too Late) Dave Burgess
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11. The Weatherman Dave Burgess
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12. Long Way Day
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Daves' music draws on many of the classic stylings of guitar playing, although largely steeped in Blues, the music incorporates Classic RnB, Soul, Blues, Country, Reggea, Funk and Groove. "Why Just play one style of music I say". Although the music of this accomplished guitar player lifts you up and makes you feel good, it does not compromise or get in the way of the songs that describe the human condition and draws you in. The lyrics connect with you and make you feel like you are having a conversation with him. Songs of love and loss, getting up after life knocks you down, money and the lack thereof, and the benifits of hindsight make for great universal themes that people relate too. I dare you not to like this music.


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