James Stewart | Season of the Butterfly

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Season of the Butterfly

by James Stewart

This first rock/instrumental/electronica album is full of swirling synths, cutting guitars and spacey saxes. Step into this mesmerizing fantasy if you dare!
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Classical Gas
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2. Tough Times
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3. Think About This
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4. Wonder What She's Thinking
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5. The Fury Rages On
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6. Bad Day in the City
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7. Somewhere, the Stars Shine
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8. Dance of the Nymphs
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9. Cry Out!
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10. Dusk
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11. Black Night
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12. Jackie
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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(Los Angeles, CA) I just happened to look out my kitchen window one day and this beautiful butterfly was hovering around the lemon tree in the garden. What a sight with all the yellows and blues. My latest band project had just broken up, (again!), and I had some really good material finished, so I thought I would see how the music sounded as instrumentals. It sounded much better than I imagined, so this busted up project morphed into James Stewart the solo project! I never intended to be a solo musician but the music really came to life, so I went for it, kind of like a butterfly morphs out of something else.


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