Daniel Casavant | Never Too High, Never Too Low

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Never Too High, Never Too Low

by Daniel Casavant

“Never Too High, Never Too Low”…a hopeful, upbeat song co-written with Kathryn Kates about battling the ups and downs of life.
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“Never Too High, Never Too Low”

Daniel Casavant: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar & Keyboards
Marco Desgagné: Bass
Lisa Grenier: Back Vocals
Daniel Marsolais: Electric Guitar
Nicolas Paul-Turcotte: Drums

Arranged by Daniel Casavant and Daniel Marsolais, recorded and mixed by Mathieu Dulong and Pierre Messier at Montreal’s Piccolo Studios and mastered by Marc Theriault of Le Lab Mastering. Produced by Daniel Casavant and Kathryn Kates,

“Never Too High, Never Too Low” from singer/songwriter Daniel Casavant is a hopeful, upbeat song co-written with Kathryn Kates about battling the up and down feelings that life can bring. So topical, if there is a time to bring awareness with hope, it is now. Depression has touched many of us or our family members…the message of this very relatable song is simply about balance in our day-to-day lives.

The imagery of the song presented in the first line of the chorus, “Never too high, never too low like a tightrope walker balancing a thin line,” brings to mind a high wire act like Nik Wallenda, where keeping even keel during his crossing attempts is paramount to achieving success…and in our own way we must all do the very same thing.

By Kathryn Kates & Daniel Casavant
(Socan/Ascap)
All Rights Reserved ©2014

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