Tommy Rynick | When I Look At You

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When I Look At You

by Tommy Rynick

Hi; I wrote this song for my wife. It is a love song that is in the country setting, but the song would fit most styles. I believe it is the perfect song for Valentine day.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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My name is Tommy Rynick. This is my third project to be on this site. I have an album of country gospel that I wrote to raise money to help less fortunate children achieve their dreams. My second album was a compilation of the singles I recorded in Nashville over the years. This is my first single, taken from an album that will soon be released here, Old Traditions-New Horizons. The title of the album pretty much describes the songs and the styles in the album. My first songs were pretty much the norm for country songs, about who's cheatin who, broken relationships, carousing around, honky tonks, etc., but after writing my gospel album and meeting my wife, I guess I mellowed out a bit, and started writing more real love songs. I guess I believe more in real love too, because my wife is truly an exceptional woman. My style of writing, I don't believe has changed very much, but the style of the productions is somewhat different. I have always enjoyed fiddles and steel guitar, and I believe they are an integral part of the traditional country sound, but in nashville they wouldn't bring in any fiddle players, but now that I am doing my own producing, I am trying to capture the true sound of traditional country music. I am still somewhat sloppy, but I can see quite an improvement in my engineering abilities. I hope you enjoy this single and come back soon to see the entire album. Thank You. Tommy Rynick


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