Peter J Stein | Always Tomorrow (for Cara & David)

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Always Tomorrow (for Cara & David)

by Peter J Stein

This tune was created using a chord progression plucked from the high branches of the Tree of Tunes, that grows near the abandoned, mystical shore of the Sea of Songs, to celebrate the marriage of Cara and David.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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Experience forges the birth of songs, which well up from the heart. Musical strains resonate with gradations of primal human sadness or joy, pleasure or pain. Harmonies bridge the gap between the present and eternity. Songs are discovered, not created. For a song to be written, arranged, performed, and recorded, there must be a willingness and capacity to lift the gates of unconscious emotional repression. Several intellectual and emotional processes converge and coalesce. The elements of the song, i.e., rhythm, timing, melody, harmony, lyrics, intonation, expressiveness, and instrumentation, are then subject to a trillion random variations of the recording process. Some of this artist's songs are well-crafted and produced, others with rough edges. What you hear is what you get - one small voice echoing his brief presence among the countless stars, within the wilderness of time.


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