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Crying in my Sleep

by Bob Evans

A collection of music that has come about as a result of song collaborations. There is a variation of styles and genres that covers pop, blues rock, country and more…
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crying in my Sleep
3:31 $0.99
2. I'll Take Mine Country
4:03 $0.99
3. I Promise You
2:56 $0.99
4. You're The One That My Heart Beats For
3:12 $0.99
5. Collettii
2:33 $0.99
6. In My Father's Eyes
3:52 $0.99
7. Who Goes There?
3:00 $0.99
8. Blue Night Train
2:36 $0.99
9. Hear Me Now
3:38 $0.99
10. Blue Colours
3:07 $0.99
11. Border Bandidos
2:44 $0.99
12. Love Thief
4:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
An album of great songs delightfully presented by Bob Evans. Crying In My Sleep is a collection of music that has come about as a result of song collaborations. There is a variation of styles and genres that covers Pop, Blues Rock, Country and more…

· The album title song ‘Crying In My Sleep’ was a song used in a short film, made by John Kerins, about the problem of child bullying. John also wrote the lyrics to the song.
· Roger Penkethman wrote the lyrics to ‘I’ll Take Mine Country’ and ‘In My Father’s Eyes’.
· Marie Preston has two songs set to her lyrics on this album. The first is called ‘I Promise You’, which is a Rock type ballad. The second, ‘You’re The One That My Heart Beats For’, is a Dance Rock song.
· Two Lyricists from Sweden Lars Carlsson and Hans Sidén, have three of their songs included on the CD. There are two Rock Blues songs, ‘Blue Night Train’ and Blue Colours. The third song is a Country Cowboy song called ‘Border Bandidos’.
· Dave Burn submitted the lyrics for the song ‘Love Thief’. The song is in the style of Country Rock.
· The Rock instrumental on the album is called ‘Collettii. The song title was named after the first guitar owned by Bob Evans, which was a Martin Collettii.
· The two songs ‘Hear Me Now’ and ‘Who Goes There?’ are also by Bob Evans. Both songs carry a message. Hear Me Now, was originally composed for a scene in the film Crying In My Sleep. ‘Who Goes There’ reflects on the problem of drug addiction.

If you are a music fan this CD will make a great addition to your music library. THIS CD WAS MADE FOR YOU!



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Xavier P. and RadioIndy

Excellent classic rock CD. Pick up a copy today!
“Crying in my Sleep” by the artistic Bob Evans is a pleasant collection of classic rock collaborations. With its heavy vocal reverb/chorus effects and bluesy arrangements, this CD successfully conveys the unmistakable trademarks of the 80’s rock era. Hailing crossover appeal into the pop genre, these songs display amazing musicianship. “Collettii” stands out as the track with the most compelling, skillful instrumentation. Groovy electric guitar solos overdubbed with light, Latin percussion gives this song a pacifying effect. The more fast-paced mood of “Who Goes There” highlights Evan’s gift for creating songs filled with infectious grooves. Moreover, mature lyrics and clever analogies depicting life and love heavily appeal to the thinking-person. Vocally, Bob Evans achieves an oldies vibe, while maintaining a vibrant and fun-filled atmosphere! Furthermore, the production of “Crying in my Sleep” appropriately takes these sounds back into the classic rock era, making this the real deal! Followers of The Beach Boys or even The Doors will appreciate the graceful tunes of “Crying in my Sleep.”