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Savk

by Savk

Soulful, whisky soaked, uncomfortably honest, non conforming, brooding, darker than dark at some moments, and bright as the sun at other points. Manic yet consistent, depressing yet uplifting. Listen for yourself and you decide.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. I Can't Wait
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2. Geometry
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3. Complex Inferiority
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4. Square Eyes
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5. Gyprock vs. Plaster
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6. The Morning Comes
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7. The Saddest Song
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8. The Red Eye
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9. Physical Education
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10. Crowscare
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11. History
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12. Arithmetic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Savk" was recorded in Early 2010 as a long awaited projected for Beija Flor singer and writer "Stephen A. van Kampen". Though moments of "Savk" hearken back to the old vintage arrnagements and sensibilities of "Beija Flor", it is delivered more rawley and intimately, by stripping away all peripheral noise and getting down to the raw message. "Savk" is a more mature and controlled effort by Stephen A. van Kampen and is sure to reach a wider audience. Each song is crafted from real life, yet cryptic enough that it can be applied to the listeners own experiences, causing the audience to undergo the same catharsis that "Savk" finds during the creative process.

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