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.
#2 today (Sub-genre)
"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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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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This is a song about Corporate Welfare. Corporations get more breaks and government handouts than ANY group or any people in the United States. Both houses of Congress are getting ready to give them even more!!!!!
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The Wild West version of Detective comes of age in the 21st century, for the Clickers Club Private Eye Challenge.
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Instrumental Southern Rock style song track (single unaltered take) - features Bryan's extended improvisational guitar soloing over a backing track. Recorded in 2014.
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Instrumental featuring Outlaws Guitarist Steve Grisham on mandolin and Pug Baker Ghost Riders band on drums. Stan Williams all other instruments.
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"We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love." -- Dr. Seuss
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