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by D.a. Thompson

A piano driven pop/rock/funk extended play album with fun arrangements and relatable lyrics.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Disclaimer
3:35 album only
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2. I Know You're Gone
2:46 album only
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3. Fool-Hearted
4:11 album only
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4. Hungry For You
3:35 album only
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5. My Brother
4:11 album only
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6. Just You and Me
3:30 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
D.a. Thompson, a Seattle Washington based writer, speaker, and musician is tackling some of the front burner issues of today through a unique and diverse world view. His full-spectrum engagement lends a trifecta of consideration and reflection even now igniting controversy. D.a. is expanding restrained horizons by mind, mouth, and music.

His father a doctor and his mother a mayor who turned missionaries, D.a. was early exposed to a diversity of cultures, heritage and understandings, providing him a classroom of nations and a world of musical stages. Interweaving his experiences D.a. blends a rich tone of perspective heard clearly through his songs, speaking appearances, and on the pages of his writings.

D.a.’s unrestrained honesty has already created controversy with his book and lectures proposing a fundamentalist case for gay partnership. With his longstanding background in writing, speaking, and debating on theological and humanitarian issues, D.a. engages a challenging reflection to present social concerns. His thought provoking and conversational style reposition his audience to take a second look at their perspectives.

At the core of D.a.’s distinction lies his ability to add intimacy to controversy. D.a.’s strength lies in his capacity to share his softer side through music and performance. His style brings a classically trained foundation of piano and voice, encompassing crossover expressions of folk, gospel, and jazz, lending a uniquely tender ballad. Beginning his stage career at the age of five, D.a. brings a natural stage comfort and ease, providing a disarming connection with the hearts of his listeners.

D.a. is consistently pushing the boundaries with innovative approaches to his writing, lectures, and music. His audiences continue to walk away with an engaging acquaintance, challenging their horizons with conversation, connecting their hearts with concert.

http://dathompson.com

Disclaimer was recorded, mixed, and mastered in 110 hours over 13 sessions in the month of June 2009.

Produced by Loren Weisman, Brain Grenade Entertainment http://braingrenadeentertainment.com/
Recorded & Mixed by Scott Ross at Elliott Bay Recroding Co., Seattle, WA, USA http://elliottbayrecording.com
Mastered by Mark Alan Miller

This is an FSRP Album.

For more information on D.a. Thompson, his coming book or scheduling him to perform or speak, contact:
D.a. Productions, LLC
1425 Broadway #540
Seattle, WA 98122

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