This song charted in the top 30 in Canada in the 1993 (RPM Weekly Country Charts)
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Retro folk rocker regarding a chapter out of psychiatry's checkered history, influenced by The Band's Lowrey organ, lead guitar harmonic squawks and piano instrumentation.
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A story about sister who is going though a crisis...... Production by Lekzee Patrick.
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Up tempo Acoustic song. Describes feelings of being head over heels in love. A southern style with some slide lead. Candace and I thank you for listening!
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"How Do I Begin To Believe" is an inspirational song about self-empowerment that talks to the heart of rising above overwhelming challenges and obstacles in life.
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GUITARIST: Allman Brothers southern rock flavored guitar soloing over a backing track. "Economy Class" flight service featuring Bryan Knight. For videos and more visit KnightFlight.weebly.com
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Nostalgic bit of Americana inspired by a drafted Vietnam vet suffering from PTSD who I met back in the late 70's. He was selected in the last draft to see combat. Features a nice dual Strat lead guitar riff and vocals.
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High-tempo foot-stomper... Pound 3 shots of bourbon and turn the volume up to at least 8...
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A light-hearted southern rock song about a couple of high school kids dating in the 1980's. Ted Davis did all the guitar parts.
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