The Billy David Band | All I See Is Hate (feat. Leon Mobley, Quino McWhinney, Brian Jordan, Gustavo Alarco, David Moxley & Julian Tydeski)

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All I See Is Hate (feat. Leon Mobley, Quino McWhinney, Brian Jordan, Gustavo Alarco, David Moxley & Julian Tydeski)

by The Billy David Band

Strong driving beats with striking lyrics and some of the best musicians
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Folk
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The song was written for me by Lynn Copland. It is the first Rock song she had ever written. In the past she played bass for the band "Big Mountain". The song is based on some of the political lies. This song includes some great players like Leon Mobley from Ben Harper and Brian Jordan who plays with greats like Lauryn Hill and Dave Matthews. Quino McWhinney on backing vocals from "Big Mountain". Gustavo Alarco a famous Argentinian musician on backing vocals. David Moxley as tracking engineer. Julian Tydelski for mixing and mastering. Atrwork by Craig Richter. ras benito thevaldeazbrothers and cameron


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