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Dan Schwartz

by Dan Schwartz

"Schwartz’s sophomore CD is an all-over-the-map exploration of funk, jazz and acoustic music that should sing live. The new CD shows off his versatility, placing the Minneapolis finger-style guitarist square in the spotlight." — St. Paul Pioneer Press
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. The Levee
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2. History
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3. Some People
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4. Appalachia Mountain Range
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5. Black Man
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6. Sansa Kroma
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7. Leap of Faith
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8. No More
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9. Be Famous
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10. Stand Still
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This self-titled CD is Dan’s third independent release, and his first collection of songs in five years. This recording follows the 1999 collection of solo guitar compositions, American Finger-style Guitar - Circa 1999, and his 1997 debut, The Art of Making Fire - an album which earned him a nomination for “guitarist of the Year” by the Minnesota Music Academy. Stepping away from the spacious, acoustic guitar driven production of his debut album, this new self-titled CD showcases Dan’s creative and gutsy songwriting and producing skills by covering an enormous amount of territory that reveals Dan’s passion and understanding for a variety of musical styles. This collection of songs stretches the boundaries of pop music with influences of R&B, gospel, jazz and world music - with lyrical topics such as Zen philosophy, old girlfriends, fame, and medieval letters written to the devil.

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