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A Life Too Long Forgotten

May 6, 2008 | Format: MP3

$8.99
Also available in CD Format
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There are quite a few words and phrases one could use to sum up the "A Life Too Long Forgotten" album by singer/songwriter/musician, Dan Kwas; full of energy, real, intelligently written, poignant, and just plain catchy. That's just for starters.

A vibrance runs throughout this entire collection that leaves the listener woken up, shaken up and pumped up. You can't help but be hooked from the pulsing initial track, "Just Passing Through", right to the very last track, "Me And You Again", as Dan entices you, pulls you, pushes you, slaps you, and embraces you with his Dylanesque and, it may be said 'Earlesque', style of lyric and play.

The tracks on the album dish out a fair helping of hope and despair, and give the listener intelligent lyrics and images to carry with them on the road of the life.

Favourite tracks on this album include "Just Passing Through", which talks of a haggard past, and the glimmer of a brigher future as the song's character moves into the unknown and the uncertainty of tomorrow. "Winds Of Change" brings forth the dilema of resisting the pull of inevitable change. If life is telling us to move on, should we listen and rock the boat? This is one of my favourite songs from the collection. It has a driving power and energy and you can't help but be drawn into the character's problem of being caught between either sticking with it, or changing everything. Not only that, it's a foot tapper too. The tempo and mood are full on.

"One More Nail In My Coffin" is the story of a total loser, but is so upbeat and full of energy you'll be kidded into thinking it's a happy song.
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