Chris Eminizer | Over Hills And Underground

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Over Hills And Underground

by Chris Eminizer

A ethereal blend of acoustic guitar, woodwinds, and saxes in the singer/songwriter realm. Thoughtful lyrics and a few twists and turns from a seasoned musician/multi-instrumentalist.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Angels Wings
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2. Here Comes My Desire
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3. Ourselves
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4. When Women Rule the World
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5. November Sky
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6. Its Okay to Come Home in the Rain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Here's a new collection of songs from the singer-songwriter corner of my heart. It's sometimes a little confusing for people to learn that a sax player is also really seriously earnest about this musical genre also. The thing is my brain is a little like a Ouija board. I'm never sure where it's going to land. For this, my second album I chose to venture into the land of introspection. Woodwinds, acoustic guitar, and saxes seemed to provide a nice tapestry for the lyrics and the emotions I wanted to convey. Throwing caution to the wind and making a very deliberate effort to not try to impress anyone I kept things simple when simplicity was just fine. There's even an instrumental here where singing words just wasn't necessary. This is an attempt to do something a little different that the first-time listener will totally get. Next time will probably be a something else. Not sure how yet. The Ouija board will figure it out.

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