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MP3 Perrin & Smith - Prism of the Mind
Eclectic Classic Rock Style with blues roots captured in rock and ballad songs rich in melodic guitar riffs, harmonious keyboards with strong-balanced vocals.
13 MP3 Songs in this album (61:27) !
Related styles: ROCK: 70''s Rock, ROCK: 80''s Rock
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In 2005 after the last gig of the blues band Southside Blues Coalition (SBC), ex-SBC band guitarist Yani Perrin and ex-SBC band keyboard player Burt Smith started jamming cover songs and old original materials together. In 2008 after a benefit gig (with a bunch of very talented fellas filling up the venue to about four hundred people), Yani & Burt decided to pursue an all original album and started recording their materials. Some of the materials were dusted-off / archive songs while others were brand new original materials.
The artistic combination of the these two talented musicians playing melodic guitar riffs, harmonious piano and keyboards produced songs in the Rock category, although their blues background is still evident in the songs they recorded. The variety of guitar and piano modes coupled with mystical-metaphysical lyrics are captured in each and every rock and ballad songs in the group‘s first album….…Prism of the Mind, released in January of 2009.
Perrin & Smith Band consists of Yani Perrin on guitars, Roland guitar synth, bass and vocals, Burt Smith on piano, keyboard, bass and vocals. Bryan Perrin played drums and percussions on most of the album’s songs and on background vocals. Bryan also contributed the bonus track ‘Back There Again’ on the ‘Prism of the Mind’ album while playing an acoustic guitar.
Yani started playing for a rock cover band called Two-X-Two (2X2) and while in Colorado had a short stint with Anglo Brothers Band. He then co-founded the cover band “Chain Re-Action”. Then in 2000, he played for Mick & the Muddogs which became the Southside Blues Coalition in 2002. Yani recruited Burt Smith to join the blues band which played numerous gigs including the Hope Blues Festival (St. Libory 2003 & 2004) and South Loup Blues Fest (2004).
Burt got his start playing classical piano music then later spent a lot of time in the ''One Man Garage Band'' scene. He played for the Southside Blues Coalition and penned two of the band’s original blues songs. He has written several as yet unpublished ''serious'' compositions as well as Blues tunes and the current Rock ''N Roll. After getting his first band experience with the ''Southside Blue Coalition'' from 2003 to 2005, he has never looked back.
Bryan played drums for several bands for four years and a versatile musician. He plays drums, percussions, guitar and keyboard.