TIME x3 -- the 3rd CD release produced by Josh Charles, is an exciting, new listening venture!
Considered by Josh an "interim" CD-(as it features a few new J.C. Bosco songs scheduled for "full length" album release),
TIME x3 is the first work inwhich there's mainly a good cause behind it: helping the hungry in different parts of the world. Josh Charles' song "SECONDS" - first released on "A Positive Flow-(the start of J.C. Bosco)", is strongly highlighted
with that message in mind - as the lyrical meaning behind the tune has always been to help the hungry along
with more universal caring, sharing and compassion in general. So a main part of what TIME x3 features with that
in mind, is fans and new listeners alike are treated to not only the version of "SECONDS"which appeared years
earlier, but also to an updated version-(featuring Scott Harris on keyboards & Jason Brower on drums) plus an
instrumental version of the tune -- combining both "past and present" tracks, carefully mixed and produced
by Josh Charles. Therefore, certain hunger organizations who will not only receive some proceeds from sales that TIME x3 generates, can also decide which version(s) of the song they may want to use for either a personal performance by J.C. Bosco-(acoustic or electric), airplay from the CD, or other exposure- thereby bringing "SECONDS" to a forefront, along with its important cause. Yet TIME x3 doesn't end there either!.. it also features a few new songs from "COATING THE WORLD'S SKY" - the 4th J.C. Bosco CD, which should be released sometime next year. The new songs on TIME x3 also have topic matter having to do with "time"-(similar to "SECONDS") yet also feature other lyrical meanings behind them, as well as gravitate towards a new and progressive edge -- yet still retaining the original J.C. Bosco "P.E.P."-(progressive, experimental pop) sound and certainly should give listeners a taste of further songs to come.
Conclusion: TIME x3 is worth a careful listen, and features a nice blend of both J.C. Bosco's "Past & Present" tunes.
There's some nice artwork featured on this CD as well, and by purchasing even one CD, you'll help contribute to
the cause of helping the hungry. Thanks and once again, "happy listening!"