Dan Litwin | Peacemakers

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by Dan Litwin

Rock for peace and freedom; in the musical tradition of the great guitar heroes from the 1960's to now, and with a unique message from a Peacemaker.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It Just Ain't Right
4:34 $0.99
2. Find A Way Out
4:55 $0.99
3. My Share Of The Blame
4:15 $0.99
4. Wage Peace / Star-Spangled Jam
5:25 $0.99
5. Who You Want To Be
4:51 $0.99
6. Blues Don't Make No Green
3:03 $0.99
7. What Do You Have In The End?
4:51 $0.99
8. Perfect World
6:33 $0.99
9. The Power To Abuse
5:18 $0.99
10. The March
6:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
Dan Litwin has been playing guitar since 1970. He grew up being influenced by the classic rock guitarists, who all contributed to his own style of guitar playing and songwriting. He says his influences range from Jimi Hendrix and Ritchie Blackmore, right on up to Van Halen and on over to Stevie Ray.

But music wasn't the only thing to capture Dan's attention, having been born in California just in time to witness the peace movement of the 1960's. He believes that we should not throw out the 1960's baby (peace) with the bathwater (whatever you did in the 60's you now regret).

It was about peace, love, and MUSIC!

Dan saw that the music of the 1960's was part of a real peace movement. Back then, we knew that Big Brother was the problem, not the solution. We railed against the machine. We even had slogans like "Do your own thing". We knew better than to go running to Big Brother to help solve our problems. The machine was the problem - and still is.

Could music lovers (like you) help Dan revive that truly American spirit of waging peace? Could we inspire those who remember that Big Brother is still the problem, and not the solution? With the hope that we can, Dan Litwin presents Peacemakers - rock for peace and freedom.

Hear the samples today. Buy the CD. While you're rocking out to 10 great new songs, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you've helped one Peacemaker in his quest to challenge Big Brother.

Because real peacemakers don't rule...



The CD includes an 8-page fold-out brochure with all lyrics. You won't be disappointed!

Buy here, or order by phone at 1-800-BUY-MY-CD.



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Mike Kahrs

Quite a complete package - hard to believe this is a indie effort.
As a fledgling record producer I have a stack of CDs on my desk right now waiting for review - none of which compare to my copy of Peacemakers. Dan Litwin apparently has a fine-toothed comb as fine as mine because none of my pet peeves appear anywhere on this product. As I open the CD the insert falls open, all the lyrics, all the credits, the concept behind the album, it's all there. On disc, 10 strong tracks - no throwaways or filler. Excellent work!

Mark Chally

I got it as a gift from a friend, and gave it a play. It's going onto my iPod right now. I'll probably buy it for some of my friends to keep the message flowing.

Hint: The lyrics are as good as the tunes.

Tina Powers-Smith

Great CD. Every song is a winner!
Great CD! I usually have to listen to new music a few times before I can say that I like it, but I really enjoyed this CD the first time. Another thing that amazed me, is that I like each and every song on the album. Rock on!

Joe Silvestri

gets better with each listen!
You know its a good album when it gets better with each listen. I got this album for xmas and find it's not leaving my new MP3 player. So nice to hear some excellent rock with lyrics that celebrate freedom. Can't wait to hear Dan Litwin play at the LPNevada State Convention.

Klint Monroe

Excellent variety of rockin' tunes, Wage Peace is...beautiful.
Excellent variety/mix of rockin' tunes with lyrics one can feel good singing. Wage Peace is, well...beautiful. I especially enjoy the dual guitars in the star-spangled part. No matter what favorite rockin' style is you'll find it here.

Marilyn Prince

Buy some Real Rock!
This album is a refreshing, entertaining, example of "Real Rock", and I enjoy listening to it regularly. It is evident that Mr. Litwin has a lot of talent and love for his art, and I'm glad he has chosen to share it with us.

Speaking of art, in addition to the excellent music, the cover and insert artwork is outstanding. Kudos to Mr. Litwin for creating and assembling an allaround work of art.

Ken Martin

I LOVE THIS CD! I could go on and on about it,but the fact that it made me want to get out my guitar and jam along says it all. MARCH! indeed.

Dave Brumley

Music and message all in one
Dan Litwin impresses with this CD! Not only is the songwriting first class, each song has a strong political message with something to say that everybody should hear. On top of all that, the musicianship is superb and the guitar solos reach out to you. You want this CD!

Gordon Boorman

This Guy Can Play !!
Wow, what a great sound! Dan Litwin really knows how to make a Fender Strat sound good (like a Fender Strat should). This album shows off the stuff of a very accomplished guitarist. It is a pleasure to listen to.

Don Baker

Back-to-Basics Rock with a Big Message
Mr. Litwin has clearly done a great job melding his musical talent with his political visions. His messages hit home and make sense, and are enjoyable to listen to as well. The musical themes are anchored by solid guitar work and the occasional whipping drum lines. I've listened to this album at least 20 times and still like it! "MARCH!"