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A Song Is A Dangerous Thing

by Bryan Cumming

Eclectic mix (sampler) of smooth jazz, bluesy acoustic country, pop, and swing.
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. A Song Is A Dangerous Thing
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2. Easier Done Than Said
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3. Ain't Got Time
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4. One More Generation
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5. Seems To Be A Pattern
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6. Labor Of Love
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7. My Wife Thinks
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8. One Memory Away
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9. When I Have The Time
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10. Then There's The Truth
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11. Don't Mean A Thing
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12. Rather Be In Love
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13. Work In Progress
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14. When I Was Creative
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15. Cross Reference
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16. Music To Paint By
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A SONG IS A DANGEROUS THING
BRYAN CUMMING



Bryan Cumming was raised in Georgia in a musical family, playing Dixieland jazz and singing harmony on Beatles songs. After playing saxophone in the army, he toured and recorded with Martin Mull. His first ASCAP credit was "Do the Dog," an instrumental co-written with Mull, released as a single on Capricorn Records in 1976.

Moving to L.A., he toured with John Hall and Libby Titus, and started Studio 23 as a production company. While in L.A., he recorded, toured and appeared in videos with artists including Al Jarreau, Maria Muldaur, The Ohio Players, David Soul, Supertramp, Anne Murray, Al Kooper and the Pointer Sisters. As a member of Billy Vera and the Beaters, he played on the number one single "At This Moment." He played lead guitar for ShaNaNa four years. With Jason Blume, he co-wrote "I Had A Heart" 1987 which hit #2 on the Cashbox Independent Country singles chart.

Moving to Nashville in 1988, he toured with K.T. Oslin and Cleve Francis. His songs have been recorded by Jim & the Animal Band (children's music,) Jim Robinson (Christian pop,) Ken Holloway (positive country), and Swan Dive (bossa nova pop.)

After years of writing, singing, playing, and producing, Bryan has released "A Song Is a Dangerous Thing" -- a genre-busting collection of his original songs ranging from smooth jazz instrumentals to pop, swing, and country.

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Shelley Buffitt

Musical Mosaic
Good tunes Bryan !! Nice production and solid lyrics.
You sound very comfortable with your craft....your years of dedication to your art resonates throughout each song.
Congrats!!
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Karol Cooper

Cowboy funky
Once again Bryan Cumming delivers a collection of songs to set your feet to tapping. Cumming draws on his long experience in the music industry to produce a crisp, clean musical experience ~ one that is guaranteed to make you smile.
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Laurie Alexander

genuine, fun, made me laugh and cry, a talented guy
This CD is largely about relationships, and it rings true, I feel the love and struggle and chaos and longing. Bryan uses a lively array of instruments and I have heard his voice all my life so his first notes set the memories swirling. Keep it up.
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Neil Rosengarden

I know this CD intimately, and it's great!
What a nice collection of songs, these are. I know this CD intimately, having Mastered it for CD release, and not only was it a pleasure because of the great material, I'm truly glad that now everyone can hear it! Great songs, fine musicianship, hence, buy one!
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Lanny Sherwin

Listen closely and often.
This CD is a fitting and fabulous debut for one of Nashville's best-kept secrets. Bryan Cumming writes, plays, sings & produces with the flair and care that have graced so many other artists' CDs. A Song Is A Dangerous Thing easily spans song styles from Pop to Jazz to Country and back again. Listen closely and often.
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Charles Blackburn

Memorable tunes and lyrics, great mix of styles
Been enjoying A SONG IS A DANGEROUS THING on the way to and from work on I-40 here in the heart of N. Carolina each day. Memorable tunes and lyrics. Great mix of styles. I can easily see him performing these songs on Austin City Limits...and hope he will sometime!
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Holly

This is one of the most refreshing, energetic CDs we've heard in a long time.
This CD is a wonderful genre buster. It had me rocking and it had me crooning. A 'dance-around-the-livingroom' type of CD!
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