Tom Rosewood | Good Upbringing Gone Bad

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Folk: Modern Folk Pop: Quirky Moods: Type: Acoustic
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Good Upbringing Gone Bad

by Tom Rosewood

Folk, pop-oriented singer-songwriter guitarist. Mostly acoustic with a touch of electric. Influenced by Beatles, Springsteen, Paul Simon, et al.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Flight 462
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2. Cyberapocalypse
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3. Someone New
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4. First Date
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5. Filthy Money
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6. For All The Times
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7. Emotional Distress
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8. The Next Time
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9. And Then There's Gabriel
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10. Your Turn
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11. Long Walk Home
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12. Summer Full of Love
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Singer-songwriter unusual. Would be the best description for this artist. Born towards the end of the 1950s, Tom has been using the times he's known and viewed and lived through to craft songs for almost 30 years. Yet, only a few people have heard and appreciated his songs. He writes a lot about hard hitting subjects as Nuclear Power, War and the inequalities of the social bureaucracies in the world, as well as heart-break, new and renewed love and a few quirky, happy bizarre songs. After 30 years, he has decided to put his songs to vinyl...err, CD. His first CD titled "Good Upbringing Gone Bad" is a mostly acoustic guitar and vocal with a touch of electronic tricks adventure through love, loneliness, heartbreak, new love, the world we know and the world we may have known. You will try but probably won't be able to compare his sound to any other.


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Beth B.

The music is good, the lyrics are even better!
What impressed me about this CD was the quality of the song lyrics. There is a nice combination of folky storytelling and political commentary. My favorite lyrics were in "Long Walk Home." Musically, most of the CD seems well developed and fulfilled. I'd expect great things from this singer/songwriter.