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MP3 Gary Clark - Emonesia
Nashville meets Hollywood - singer / songwriter ballads, love songs and life stories in a Soft Rock style with a Country twist.
14 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Soft Rock, ROCK: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
Emonesia by Earamas . . . Two Rooms redux, the left coast meets the Texas hill country . . . on the ether.
What seems to be only a moment ago, we arrived by chance together at a bend in the road. From one path of bands, budgets, and contracts and the other of computers, commuters and dot com disputers, we stood together looking down both roads as far as the eye could see.
Sorry to not travel both roads, we made a choice, went all in and caught a cowboy on the river. Was it fate or just chance that guided our path? Maybe a bit of both, but one might say that chance favors the prepared mind.
As we look back and remember that bend in the road, we chose to take the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. Emonesia tells the story of that first path taken, and what we have learned along the way.
But just as one path opens to another, there are more paths to explore just around the next bend. As many have learned, it''s not the destination, but the journey that defines us - so relax and enjoy the ride for the best is yet to come . . .
All Lyrics by Gary Clark.
All Music by Gary Clark and Glen Spreen.
Vocals by Gary Clark.
Produced by Glen Spreen.
Published by Gary Clark.
Emonesia by Earamas . . . the more you listen, the more you hear . . .
A few random notes on the cuts from the Emonesia album -
A Thousand Voices - Thoreau once said that the mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. That can only be true if we do not raise our voice to be heard, regardless of who is listening. Stuart McIntire on lead Guitar, man that guy can wail. Stuart, where are you now?
Night Stalker was written along with a script by Tom Hubbell to pitch a TV show called Midnight Caller. Episode setup - The Nighthawk tangles with a creepy dream killer that stalks a troubled girl in her sleep, with a Bonnie Rait style vocal background.
Unfortunately, Midnight Caller ran 61 episodes but was cancelled before the contract for this episode got finalized, so the Night Stalker is still walking the streets at night humming this uncut episode version of the song . . . if you are listening to this song, just don''t go to sleep.
Somewhere in Time was one of the first songs Glen and I worked on together, and marked our decision to focus on this material. Time travel was the inspiration, and the question of what happens when we die. It was the last song that my sister Joy would ever hear, but I know she is listening today.
Phantom was written for the one that almost got away. I finally understood that he who hesitates is lost, and no, she didn''t get away.
Lonely With Someone You Love, we originally cut as a motown feel. This song was later recorded by Tommie Lee Jackson on her country album Looking for a Friend. We felt honored to have this song included on Tommie''s album along with 3 Grammy Award winning songwriters (such as Wayne Carson, who wrote The Letter and Always on My Mind - a big hit for Willie Nelson).
We cut Secret Lover with a number of singers looking for the right home for this song. This is the original version and features some gentle guitar work by the legendary Bill Murrell, who stopped by the studio one day. We drifted apart over the years, and it was to be the only cut that we ever recored together.
Never be Alone Again was one of those songs that just came together, so I locked myself in the studio one weekend and put down this acoustic demo version. We may release a full orchestral version on a future project.
Instruments: Keyboards - Glen Spreen and Gary Clark, Bass Guitar - Gary Clark, Lead Guitar - Gary Clark, Bill Murrell and Stuart McIntire, Drums - Glen Spreen and Gary Clark
Thanks to John and Brian at Instrumental Music for getting us up and running, Wayne Carson for the kind encouragement and Jillaine for the inspiration.
Special thanks to my partner and friend, Glen Spreen - one of the most talented music minds I have ever met. Based on the number of gold records on his wall, the music world seems to agree. Little did we know that day at Blue Cross when we met that the road of life would take this turn. Thanks for showing me the ropes.
And now, Ali and Justin, the ball''s in your court. You are both talented and have special, unique voices . . . don''t worry who is listening, just follow your heart.
Earamas is the duo of Gary Clark and Glen Spreen, working together from Thousand Oaks, California and Lago Vista, Texas. You can Email us at https://[email protected]://www.tradebit.com.
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