for giving me the opportunity to introduce my music and for
taking the time to listen to these original tunes.
have created a CD called “Comes A Salesman”.
The most applicable genre for this music is Adult Contemporary
– Folk Rock with a slant towards Blues & Country.
The album contains 16 songs with unique subject matter that
is true to the real world. For example, there are four songs
that relate to sales and marketing, which is a field that employs
30% of the total work force!
CD combines toe-tapping rhythms, catchy hooks, and disciplined
musicianship. There are creative arrangements and a variety
of meaningful messages that reach out to the masses. Each song
is a committed piece of work, written to stand the test of time.
most CD’s, choosing the best song(s) has been difficult,
as there are several worthy cuts.
detailed survey of the album shows that the average listener
likes nine songs and chose three of them to be a potential hit!
As well, almost every song (14 of them) received votes for being
the best one on the CD.
ARE THE FAVORITES:
Lessons in Romance: a powerful love ballad with nostalgic
2) Tax Man Blues: a rebellious but fun poke
at the tax system. Walking major blues.
3) Goin’ Fishin’: a country folk
song about North America’s favorite leisure-time activity
4) No Mumbo Jumbo: a reggae song that sums
up the important characteristics of a good salesperson.
5) The Huckster: a Latin soft-rock tune about
the things we buy and the stories we’re told.
6) Self-Love: an emotional acoustic rock composition.
7) It Don’t Float: a rhythm & blues
commentary about some of North America’s greatest social
8) Comes A Salesman: a light rock tune with
a strong and steady groove.
9) B.C. Joyride: a driving, brassy, rock anthem
about the Province of British Columbia.
10) Double Bogey Blues: a hopeful blues song
about everything that can go wrong in a game of golf.
A Salesman” is a specialty item. There is nothing
quite like it!
You will find it most enjoyable while driving in your car. I
would greatly appreciate and respect any comments and feedback
that you or your associates might provide.
For CD sales or other information, please
E-mail: [email protected]
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