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You'll See a Much Brighter Day

by Bill Pere

Uplifting songs with soaring arrangements, a cross between Harry Chapin, Edwin Hawkins, and Kansas.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Gospel
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Crib in the Creche
5:57 $0.99
2. doG
5:09 $0.99
3. Letters
5:13 $0.99
4. Christmas Eve, Silent Night
6:29 $0.99
5. Christmas Eve on the Poor Side of Town
2:36 $0.99
6. When People Care
2:51 $0.99
7. There's Wonder in the Way
5:35 $0.99
8. Song of Love
3:49 $0.99
9. Inherit the Earth
4:02 $0.99
10. There But For Your Grace Go I
3:07 $0.99
11. You'll See a Much Brighter Day
3:59 $0.99
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Album Notes

When was the last time a song really uplifted your spirit?
"You'll See a Much Brighter Day" is Bill's first collection of songs for the spirit, with inspirational lyrics, soaring music, and harmonies by the LUNCH Ensemble. The tracks are orchestrated with Bill's distinctive full band arrangements featuring 12-string acoustic guitar and Midi guitar, to support the powerful lyrics.

This collection contains several of Bill's most powerful songs, including the original release of "The Crib in the Creche". the full story behind this memorable song can be found at .

The song "doG" is an amazing feat of songwriting, as it looks at the world through the eyes of a dyslexic child, and tells a poignant story of God's love, with an unusual twist running through the lyrics. This is a work with great impact.

"Letters" is a touching song written in the form of an exchange of letters across four generations of a family.

"Christmas Eve, Silent Night" tells the story of Mary and Joseph, as if they were modern day urban teenagers from the wrong side of the tracks.

"Song of Love", and all the other songs remind us that we are all loved and cared for by for a power far greater than ourselves.

11 Tracks, 49 minutes, Lyric Sheet Included !

If you like lyrically rich songs that have meaning and emotion, check out Bill other recordings, especially "Crest of a Wave", "Cityscape", and "High School My School", and "New Day Coming Tomorow".

By the way, proceeds from the sale of this CD (and all of Bill's CD's) go to help Hunger Relief and family service agencies, through Local United Network to Combat Hunger (LUNCH) (


BILL PERE - background highlights
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-- The nationl IMC 2003 Independent Artist of the Year
-- Official Connecticut State Troubadour appointed 1995 by CT Commission on the Arts
-- President, Connecticut Songwriters Association
-- Founder and Executive Director, LUNCH (Local United Network to Combat Hunger) raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for hunger relief programs in Connecticut through benefit concerts
-- 13 CD's of original songs recorded and released
-- 22 original theater plays produced
-- Producer of the Harry Chapin Legacy Concert series
-- International appearances and performances with the Steve Chapin Band
-- Citation by the Connecticut State Legislature for Community Service through Music
-- 1997 Citizen of the Year Award from Mystic Chamber of Commerce
-- 1995 Community Service Award from International Artists Cooperative
-- Song "The Wish" selected for inclusion on compilation CD produced by Rhode Island-based Artists Against Hunger
-- Editor, Connecticut Songsmith
-- Member Music Educators National Conference
-- Author "Songcrafters Coloring Book"
-- Published articles in numerous music industry publications including "Songwriters Market"
-- 1981 and 1991 Connecticut Songwriter of the Year
Two-time recipient, CSA Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education through Music
-- First recipient of the CSA Renaissance Award for multiple music achievements, presented by Pete Seeger, 1995



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Kat in CT

This is my favorite of Bill's CD's!
I loved it when I was five years old and I love it now! "The Crib in the Crece" is the greatest and most touching Christmas song ever. Bill's imagery is incredible. Also listen for the beautiful vocals by Claire Rogers.