George Mallas | Unscathed

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Unscathed

by George Mallas

George's sophomore effort is a unique collection of introspective and eclectic original music
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. I'm Gone
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2. God and My Girlfriend
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3. I Take a Walk
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4. First Time Last Time (Old Man's Rant)
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5. Jenny
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6. You Fell for Me
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7. Lethal Dose
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8. The Problem
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9. Ends of the Earth
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10. Standing in the Rain
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11. Tidings and Cheer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
George Mallas continually reinvents himself with his music. Having been a student of the piano since age 6, the instrument is a natural extension of who he is. His experiences in life, love and family have profoundly inspired his songs, his style and his passion for playing.

Having idolized some of the best singer songwriters of our time, George was moved by the perfectly placed lyrics and melodies of Joni Mitchell, Elton John, Jackson Browne, James Taylor and Cat Stevens.

George realized a long-time dream in “Small Reminders,” his first solo CD of songs old and new written about those small reminders of the past that shape our future and dominate our present. With "unscathed," George continues his exploration of feelings and topics and introduces a fuller, more complete sound.

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