George Simonovich | As Our Realities Become Dreams

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As Our Realities Become Dreams

by George Simonovich

Soothing instrumentals on classical and acoustic guitar accompanied by violin, celtic harp, mountain dulcimer, cittern, cello, mandolin and other acoustic instruments.
Genre: New Age: Healing
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1. As Our Realities Become Dreams
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2. Concetta's Song
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3. Cleaning My Soul In Dirty Water
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4. Heart of A Woman
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5. Trying To Believe
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6. Soft Place To Land
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7. Yet Such Was I
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8. Rainy Day
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9. Kitchen Debate
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10. Following My Own Black Dot
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11. Like Yesterday
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12. When One of Us Leaves This World
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13. Funeral Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Multi instrumentalist George Simonovich's 1st CD of original compositions released in July 2009 performed on classical and acoustic guitar, hammer and mountain dulcimer, celtic harp, mandolin , banjo and more.
Featuring: jazz violinist Yuri Turchyn (Grupo Yuri , Kinderhook Creek).
Larry D'Ambrosia on percussion.
Gordon Bunker Strout, (The Glimmer Grass Band and too many others to mention ) acoustic guitar on "Cleaning My Soul in Dirty Water".
Paul Unkert (Guitar Guy, inventor of Eddie Van Halen's Frankenstrat and Unk Guitars, session musician, too many groups to mention, currently with Cindy G , The Stool Pigeons) upright bass and dobro.
Vic Capetta on flute. Charles Stenard , cello on"As Our Realities Become Dreams"and "Rainy Day".
Bernard Meiterman acoustic guitar on "Trying to Believe".
John Ciano (The Tim Gillis Band) pedal steel guitar on"Like Yesterday".
Maddog and Blackie, bagpipeson"Funeral Song".
Graphic design by Fred Wasnak. Mastering by Alex Saltz of APS Mastering NYC.

Soothing instrumentals on classical and acoustic guitar accompanied by violin, celtic harp, mountain dulcimer, cittern, cello, mandolin and other acoustic instruments.


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Christy Kuppler (English)

Another winner!
The song, Concetta, is richly layered, and poignant. And just by listening to the previews on the rest of the songs,
I can tell that this is a CD I'm going to want to add to my collection of good music. George Simonovich never fails
to disappoint, his artistry and musicianship are first class! Another winner!