Bows Arts Trio | What We Are

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What We Are

by Bows Arts Trio

Original, acoustic music that features strong vocals and harmonies and reflects a variety of influences, styles and genres.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. City LIghts
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2. D19
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3. Bob
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4. Sorrows of the Soul
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5. Ain't That A Shame (She's So Shy)
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6. Natural LIfe
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7. 'Til I'm Over You
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8. Kindred Spirits
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9. Guitaria
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10. Evening Star Road
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11. You Got Nothing
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12. Bus Driver/South Town Boogie
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13. Forever
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
What We Are is the first CD by The Bows Arts Trio, a primarily acoustic music group that includes Ken Arnold, guitar and vocals, Bill Leon, guitar and vocals, and Mike Weed, bass, guitar and vocals. Each member of the group has his own musical style and set of influences that are reflected in the songs he writes, although most songs involve a process of contributions, collaboration and cooperation among all band members to create a musical blend that is both unique and somehow familiar to the listener. In most cases a strong vocal presence accents the songs, which blend an acoustic feel with hints of jazz, blues, country and other genres, producing soft ballads as well as strong rhythms.

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