Aaron Netsell | On a Dime

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On a Dime

by Aaron Netsell

Rockin' electric and acoustic blues blended together in a captivating concept album.
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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1. Things Change
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2. Blue Collar Man
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3. On a Dime
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4. Don't Blame Me
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5. Guilty
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6. Place I Don't Belong
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7. Trouble
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8. Dispair
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9. Dead Man Walkin'
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10. Last Mile
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11. Things Change (reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This dynamic blues-rock opera tells the compelling story of a man convicted of a crime he didn’t commit. Written as a series of 11 interconnected songs, this drama unfolds with a brilliant mix of hard-driving electric and acoustic blues. Sit down and listen to this album front to back to get the full impact of this life impacting story.

Singer/songwriter Aaron Netsell writes and performs all instruments on his most exciting work to date in this full length concept album. Hailing from Madison, Wisconsin and currently residing in Illinois, Netsell currently owns and operates a high-tech amateur recording studio.

This project presents the listener with a challenging, and compelling musical work, and is currently being presented live to the public through unique audio/visual events all over Northern Illinois.

Sample the songs, check it out…you’ll want to hear the rest!

Visit www.aaronnetsell.com to learn more!
For booking info, please call 815-814-1806.


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RonAnon

Needs work on passing tones and chord progression.
This is extremely creative; especially since done by one person. Outstanding production and quality. I can't wait for the next one.

Bob C.

ON a Dime
Like a good page turner, you want to listen to the entire album to learn how the story ends. This is a dark, modern-day musical story with a message. Hard to believe one person can write lyrics and music, arrange, play all the instruments, do all the vocals and handle all the production. Although the music is harder than I typically enjoy, I found this work both creative and compelling. Use of key boards and accoustic guitar were especially key to creating a variety of emotion.

Sven the Huge

Great Mix of Blues/Rock with a Story All Can Relate Too
Amazing work done by a single artist. Each time I listen to it I seem to relate to the story in a different fashion. It has a strong story that can provide a definite direction to what one should do with your life. It makes you think about taking each day for everything it is worth. Now I am listening to it through the Lenten season and making direct correlations with the Jesus's passages throughout the New Testament.

I love the transitions on all of the songs in Act 3. I especially like the reprise of Things Change - a great way to close out the CD. This is a definite departure from the first album which show an incredibly diverse capability from Aaron. Keep up the great work!

Greg

Great story, Great music
This is an easy album to listen to all the way through. All the songs are good, and there's enough variation to make it musically interesting as well as all being part of a suspenseful story that keeps you listening.

Bob L.

Sort of ZZ Top meets Pink Floyd
Nicely woven story like a Floyd album. Many songs have a "smooth" feel and then shoot out a few good heavy chord series. Doesn't take much to start tapping your toes with the series. Definitely not written to appeal any particular crowd but will appeal to most folks once they hear it.

Lead vocal feels a bit "flat" to me (not the tone but the feel) but otherwise it's *really* nicely mixed. Even while listening during a car ride I could pick out the details that have been added to aid the story.

I really liked that "Dead Man Walkin'" used only a single guitar. Gave it the lonely, bluesy feeling of a person in that situation.

End of the story is a bit of a surprise, but Things Change (Reprise) explains why.

Nolan

Great music, thought-provoking message
Great music from an extremely talented musician and songwriter. The gutsy, human, and emotional feel of the songs is perfect for the storyline, which is remarkable in and of itself.