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Barry Oreck

by Barry Oreck

An artfully crafted landscape of lyrics, melodies, and rhythms that are sweet and wry, gladdening with a bit of sly almost subversive humor, along with a toss of catchy bluegrass and a satisfying touch of funk.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Chicken Little
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2. Harder Days
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3. Love and Misunderstanding
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4. I Can't Believe It's True
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5. Don't Take the Road
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6. Drink at Four
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7. Grunt Factor
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8. Baby Boomer
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9. We'll Never Change
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10. Glory Land
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Barry Oreck is a based Brooklyn, NY singer songwriter who has had a long career in dance and performance art. Here, in his first CD he collects some of his recent songs in collaboration with an impressive lineup of musicians. The all-star cast includes Nashville, New Jersey, New York City veterans – Bob Harris – guitar, Rob Ickes – Dobro, Gary Oleyar – fiddle and guitar, Anthony Hannigan – mandolin, Rima Fand – fiddle, J A Granelli – bass, Kevin Garcia – percussion, Rusty Halloway – bass.

With lyrics by Barry Oreck, Larry Stallman, Jessica Nicoll, each tune offers a thought-provoking, often ironic take on a range of topics from climate change denial to love, relationships, aging – an invitation for the listener to engage in - be inspired to - a certain rewarding introspection.

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