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by Eul

Eul's very first 2-track mini album "Footsteps" is a melodic emotional ballad, containing a vocal and an instrumental version.
Genre: Easy Listening: Ballads
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Footsteps
6:00 $0.99
2. Footsteps (Instrumental Version)
5:56 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Story is the heart of all art. Eul's music visually evokes a dynamic story. This musician's initial intensive visual and cinematic arts background joins forces with music. Undeniably, this harmonious partnership bears fruit as potent melodies and compelling lyrics.

Eul's musical journey began with classical piano lessons at age 4. As a child, while playing for church Sunday school and worship band, Eul realized the beauty of playing around with chords. Eul is self-taught in a bit of guitar and drums. In college, Eul discovered a passion for songwriting, and pursued it as a minor. Songwriting ability proved true when Eul’s song “Little Dreamer” won a Children’s Song Composition Competition. Musicality later solidified itself with a self-written musical score for Eul’s own animated short film “Once Upon A Slave’s Ambition” (undergraduate senior project). This short went on to receive various recognitions and official selections at film festivals and university symposium.

What sets Eul’s music apart is the melody, story, and how it’s told. Poetic and metaphorical. Narrative-driven structure. Literature set to musical motion.

Piano-centric with sweeping orchestration, this song was inspired by real-life hardships. The physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual dark ages of young adulthood gave birth to this moving ballad. Life's trials seemed amplified, as it felt like a lonesome solo journey. However, much later, a crucial realization changed perspective.

“Footsteps” is Eul’s very first CD production effort, all self recorded and produced in the confines of a cramped bedroom with limited equipment [the album artwork drawn by Eul too].

Listen to Eul's rough journey of realization. Hailing from a paradisal rock in the middle of the Pacific, Eul bids you a musical aloha.



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