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From The Inside

by The Bayleys

This is music for the heart and soul. Mixing genres from pop to folk to country, these are songs that speak. Acoustic, electric, and everywhere in between, the music is meant to touch that, "I know this place," feeling we all have from time to time.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. From The Inside
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2. A Tender Thought (Live)
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3. Walls
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4. Life By The Numbers
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5. Believe
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6. Shadow Line
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7. The Other Side
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8. The Hard Road
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9. Fallen
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10. Time On My Hands
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11. I'd Love You To Want Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Bayleys, a Louisville-based band-oriented duo, formed in 2007 almost by happenstance. Wade and Kelley came from different musical backgrounds and types of participation stretched over 30 years, and both had incredibly eclectic interests in many forms of music. This variety shows in their first release, “From the Inside,” with influences from folk, to rock, to pop, to country, to jazz. With the help of an incredible array of musicians, they’ve created a CD that is sometimes warm, sometimes angry, and sometimes introspective. As they move forward, it would be a mistake to think their growth has ended with this release. It is more of a starting point from which to view the incredible vistas music has to offer, both simple and complex.

In their own words:

Kelley: “I was ready to perform music and create an album that was a real expression of me, rather than what people pressured me to do. I have a lot of experience in being told what to sing, and I got to spread my wings this time. I felt a connection with every song, and every stage, from Louisville Recording Arts, to the musicians, to Wade, the love of my life, and I have felt incredibly empowered and accepted. I love this music, and I hope others do, too.”

Wade: “One of the musicians on this CD said at one time, ‘I just want to make beautiful music.’” That’s the best synopsis of how I feel. I don’t care about guitar-orientation, keyboard-orientation, or anything else. I want to create music that people give themselves permission to feel. That, of course, includes Kelley, but also everyone who listens. One of the amazing connections I feel with Kelley is not only that I love her deeply, but that we share an openness about music (not necessarily evident from what we write and record) that has an amazing commonality. Truly, I am blessed to have her and all the people associated with this project in my life.”

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Russ Lowe

From The Inside - The Bayleys
This is sonically a great recording! Totally professional sounding.. not your "homemade" variety at all. Obviously, only top notch musicians are playing on this CD and the studio sound is fabulous!

This CD deserves high praise. The songs are great and the performances are as well. I am really glad that the decision was made to not overly-compress this CD. Instead, it was made for a wider dynamic range. As an "audiophile", I think more recordings should be made this way. But in today's world, overly compressed music is the norm and so we never get to hear the full range of soft and loud passages that most instruments are capable of. Well, this decision to keep a wider dynamic range is a welcomed thing to me. It's more "real" in my opinion.

Great recording. Well worth the investment. Get a copy today!
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