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A Penny Saved | Three Tracks (2012)

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Three Tracks (2012)

by A Penny Saved

Hope, fear, strength and death. All emotions are touched in just three songs from A Penny Saved's debut EP. Intended to be just a man and his guitar, these selections are that and so much more!
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Your Honor
3:47 $0.99
2. A. Slow. Ending.
4:32 $0.99
3. Near Perfect
3:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Intentionally Flawed" was the goal when Steve Penny took his musical project, A Penny Saved, into the studio in early 2012. Originally intended to be a six song EP, Steve decided that these three tracks (Your Honor, A. Slow. Ending., and Near Perfect) were a perfect introduction to the musical direction he was heading.

What was going to be a recording of a man in a room with his guitar, the songs expanded into more.
"Your Honor" begins quiet and "flawed" and bursts until it "all breaks on you."
"A. Slow. Ending." is a multi-layered guitar track that digs up the styles of George Harrison a la "The White Album."
"Near Perfect" is the track that closest resembles what A Penny Saved intended to do in the studio, but certainly took a life of its own while getting put to tape.

"I love each song differently," says Steve. "They each represent a different emotion and I feel these tracks are the perfect introduction to what A Penny Saved is."



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Steve Rodgers

If you can't feel this, you're probably dead.
I just picked this up because I've known the artist for several years. In fact he's a former bandmate. This sounds nothing like the stuff he played with us, or any of the other previous incarnations of his own band, much to his credit.
This brief collection of songs are triumph for a very talented artist. A Penny Saved is caught in the glorious middle that lies somewhere between The Beatles and Muse. If you can't feel this music, you're probably dead!