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Faded

by The Gary Frank Project

Enjoy the Passionate Vocalizing , Old School Song Writing and Predominate Guitar work of these two music veterans..
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Faded
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2. Should'a Been Gone
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3. Feel My Pain
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4. Crazy Baby
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5. Table
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6. Fool'n Round
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7. Make It
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8. The Same
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9. Unconditional
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10. Find Away
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Gary Bray..      Northwest bred and born, Gary started singing and playing at 8 years old. He played in local Spokane groups from the 7th grade, until well after High School. Gary was picked for soloist in the All City Jazz Choir due to the vocal training he received in Jazz Choir.
                       Gary competed in competitions throughout these formative years. He was Lead Singer in many successful local rock bands including being an original member  of Night Shift. Has opened for many notable groups, such as Steppenwolf, Survivor, Blood Sweat & Tears, Little River Band, Styx and more.
                      The man could have gone anywhere in the music business he set out to do: Singer, guitar player, songwriter, lyricist and arranger. He knows no boundaries. Just wait until you hear his passionate, powerful vocals with the control of a pro. What drives this man? His love for his family. He supports them with the same passion that you hear in his vocals.

Frank Trowbridge..Born to a family of professional musicians he strummed his first chord at 4 and was playing live radio shows by age 10. Throughout his career he has toured the four corners of the US and other countries as well.
                    Frank has played with Spencer Davis,Albert Collins,The Coasters,The Drifters,Wildman Fisher,Hank Thompson, Ferlin Husky and he also recorded on the BTO "Not Fragile" album in the 70's.
                    Frank has opened for many amazing artists including Billy Joel,Eric Burton,Frank Zappa,Jim Croce,Tower of Power,Cold Blood,Iron Butterfly,Albert King, Bob Seeger,War,Jerry Lee Lewis,Charlie Daniels, Earl Scruggs Review, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Bad Finger and many more. Has also recorded at Kaye-Smith Studio (Seattle), Sounds Good and Graumans Studios (Los Angeles), and Criteria (Miami)  to name just a few.

                  "I always wanted to work on a project where I can arrange, structure, produce and record an album on my direction. My thanks to Gary for allowing me to use his voice and songs to put together a dream come true. I can never repay his generosity.
                  So if you like it, "you’re welcome" and if you don't "tooo bad". I hope you find what you’re looking for............I did.""
GuitarFrank Trowbridge


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Karen Shaw

Love it!
Love the music, the words and the artists. The words are very meaningful and
can't wait to purchase the C.D. Good job guys, proud of you!

Faded

Awesome!
Awesome sound, and a killer vibe. From the opening of "Faded" through the last note of "Find Away", this album ROCKS! They don't sound like anyone else, but between the harp on "Feel My Pain" and especially the guitar work on "Find Away", it gave me the same feeling I got back when I discovered Gilmour (of Pink Floyd), Hendrix and Clapton. Only complaint is that it was too short, I wasn't done yet. Like a good book or movie, leaves you wanting a more.

Faded

Awesome!
Awesome sound, and a killer vibe. From the opening of "Faded" through the last note of "Find Away", this album ROCKS! They don't sound like anyone else, but between the harp on "Feel My Pain" and especially the guitar work on "Find Away", it gave me the same feeling I got back when I discovered Gilmour (of Pink Floyd), Hendrix and Clapton. Only complaint is that it was too short, I wasn't done yet. Like a good book or movie, leaves you wanting a more.

Tom Williams

'Faded' Album Review
My hat is off to you! This is a real masterpiece! The songs are very strong. The arrangements flow, and are very dynamic. The layers of instrumentation give great depth. I love the little things like the bass following the vocal line in Find A Way. There is so much there it will take listening to over and over to get it all not unlike the Beatles or Firesign Theater.

Dave Schelly

Sizzlin'
I was playing the title track through my Bose sound system when the speakers suddenly went “white hot” ... there was a “sizzling” sound ... and smoke came pouring out. I grabbed a fire extinguisher and put out the flames, but ... jeeezzz....! You guys really need to “tone down” your playing. Quit playing so “bad ass” & c-o-o-o-o-o-l. My speakers couldn’t handle it, and I’m not sure anybody’s can! I may need to report this to CD Baby so they can warn their customers! Seriously though, “The Project” sounds better and better with each listening. It’s an amazing accomplishment of skill, craftsmanship … heart and soul. The guys have hit the bull’s eye with sturdy hooks and song craft. Various mood swings keep things interesting. In this day and age of synthesizers, it’s nice to hear guitars – lots of guitars – and Frank doesn’t hold back. Gary’s voice is a mix of many well known singers, though he doesn’t sound exactly like anyone one of them. And he always sounds like “he means it”. The music speaks for itself. This is truly a Gem!