David Bar-Chai | Solitary Seeker

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Solitary Seeker

by David Bar-Chai

Solitary Seeker in an album of deeply penetrating psychedelic folk rock, some of it more rocking than others - but all of it thoughtfully beautiful.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ocean of Love
2:15 $1.00
2. Little Doll
5:16 $1.00
3. Super Girl!
2:53 $1.00
4. Burnt
3:46 $1.00
5. Already Found
3:25 $1.00
6. She Sets the Scene
3:52 $1.00
7. Chocolate Girl
3:18 $1.00
8. My Heart Is a Hammer
3:08 $1.00
9. Blood & Glory
3:07 $1.00
10. Restricted Love
3:01 $1.00
11. Solitary Seeker
3:57 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
About twenty years ago I fell down a rabbit hole called fine arts. Never being a man of half measures I decided that my new calling deserved my full attencion. I hung up my axe -- I actually didn't even touch a guitar for the first six months I decided to become a serious artist. Meanwhile I occasionally wrote the odd song, stashing them away, and telling friends "I used to be a musician."

While living in Mexico I was invited to perform on few occassions and it reignited my passion for the music. A pile of new songs later (and a return to Israel) I decided I should get into the studio and see what I could make of some of this material. Since my 'retirement' music had gone from analog to digital so there was a definite leaning curve to deal with, but lots of nice surprises too. My album SOLITARY SEEKER came out of those sessions.

So I refer to myself as the Rip Van Winkle of Rock'N'Roll, life (hopefully) is a series of awakenings, each time into a more expanded consciousness. I haven't been asleep but I no longer feel that I have to live in one track or another just to satify some marketing concern. Artist's today express themseves in multiple genres -- perhaps there are a few other paintbrush wielding songwriters out there -- love to here from you, whoever you are.

As a songwriter I am open to colaboration. I have set other's lyrics to music, and enjoy the challenge -- as long as I am free to "tweak' thing to make it fit the melody/meter whatever. I primarily see myself as a lyricist though, so I would also be open to providing lyrics to someone's music -- or helping to finish a song -- It's all good -- I love the writing process.



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