Bill Llewellyn | Think Twice

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Think Twice

by Bill Llewellyn

Instrumental easy listening with a mix of pop, rock, and new age influences
Genre: New Age: Adult Alternative
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pluck
2:50 album only
2. Whimsy
4:20 album only
3. Under Cover
4:22 album only
4. Stand Aside
5:27 album only
5. Dead Heat
3:28 album only
6. Jungle of the Mind
5:04 album only
7. Is This Tomorrow
3:26 album only
8. Fading Flowers Falling Leaves
6:00 album only
9. And So Falls the Night
8:39 album only


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My musical tastes formed back during the Beatles era, but now they range from contemporary jazz to country. I\'ve played the piano from my earliest memories. Playing by ear has always been my preferred venue (though I took a year of piano lessons in grade school days). I got an acoustic guitar at about age 9 and took one Summer of lessons years later -- again, really preferring to play by ear. I also took up drums at about age 13 and had a garage band with my brother and a couple friends. In high school, some classmates and I formed a pop-rock band (\"Prism\") in which I played organ and rhythm guitar. We became our school favorite (you\'ve gotta like your home team). In college, I joined a solid fivesome rock group (\"Rushmore Alley\") with some local talent. I still marvel at their abilities which I captured on tape way back then. After college, I helped two friends build a 24-track recording studio. I learned a lot about the recording industry at that time -- and how hard it is to \"make it\" as a professional musician. (I kept my day job, needless to say.) I subsequently served as keyboardist in two Christian bands, one of which, \"Chuck Snow and Friends,\" released a vinyl LP. I later began to assemble a small home-based MIDI studio setup where I could finally record the musical ideas which had been running around in my head for years. There I produced \"One For The Asking\" and \"Think Twice.\"



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