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There is something very mysterious, but you don't fear it or what it might bring. In fact, you welcome it. This track, invokes a pleasant curiosity about something wonderful.
Vocals: Piano – Acoustic, Strings
Tempo: Electro Jazz-BMI
Composer(s): Mark Knox
The facade of a perfect life. Mid-tempo Electro-Rock/New Wave. Instrumental version: Model Citizen #2
Instrumentation: Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Rhythm Section, Synthesizer
Composer(s): Collin T MacPhail, Rob Stuart
A profound reflection on the effects of war. The lyrics are a heavy and serious reflection of the subject matter.
Mood: Dark, Melancholy
Style/Genre: Easy Listening, Folk, Rock
Instrumentation: Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Drums, Piano – Acoustic, Rhythm Section
Composer(s): Dan Stupich
A slow-tempo'd song of sadness for the loss of a loved one. The lyrics are heartfelt and intimate.
Style/Genre: Easy Listening, Rock
Slow hypnotic chord pattern and groove softly contemplating life and death. Questions calling for answers.
Instrumentation: Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Rhythm Section
Composer(s): Barry Matkowski
Alternate version of the original: Starrs. A song about hope, loss, and love. A relaxed, beat-less, vocal-spotlight version. Melody has more impact with less rhythm section. More time to reflect on lyrics.
Style/Genre: Easy Listening
Standing in front of a mirror and being honest with yourself. Starts with vocal and light guitar strumming that migrates to a slow Funk with Caribbean overtones. Instrumental version: Honest #2.
Mood: Light, Melancholy
Style/Genre: Alt/Indie, Rock
Instrumentation: Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Organ, Rhythm Section
A song about hope, loss, and love. Relaxed Funk groove sets the pace for a radio-friendly tune with 80's overtones. Infectious hook. Echo trumpet solo. Instrumental version: Starrs #2. Alternate version: Starrs (Ambient Vocal Mix).
Instrumentation: Bass, Brass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Organ, Rhythm Section, Synthesizer
Déjà-vu. Strong medium 80s Rock tone with a trombone and sax solo section. Instrumental version: Strange Summer (Some Are So Strange) #2.
Instrumentation: Bass, Brass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Piano – Electric, Rhythm Section
A short electric piano slow tune with soft waves at the end.
Mood: Melancholy, Sentimental
Style/Genre: Alt/Indie, Americana, Easy Listening, Spiritual
Instrumentation: Piano – Electric
Composer(s): Michael Godfrey