Lazuli Shoals | Brooding

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Brooding

by Lazuli Shoals

Brooding is the emotion, vibe, resonance, and romance of the 1960's, 1970's, and a blend of R & B, Hard Folk, Blues, Jazz and Progressive Rock we call Progressive Americana.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. The Woo
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2. Over City Streets
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3. Two Coins (Brooding)
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4. Rosemary
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5. Sifted Soul
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6. Remininsce
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7. Simple as Wings
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8. Rock My Soul
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9. Oh Can I
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
There was a lot happening in 1964 around the world. The biggest was the three North Vietnamese torpedo boats that attacked the the US Destroyer Maddox and the US Congress declares War on North Vietnam. In the summer 1964 before my Father, a US Naval Limited Duty Officer, was called to go to the Sea of Tonkin he brought home a Sears Stereo Console and two Lazy-boy chairs he picked up in Japan on his last Wes-Pac Cruise aboard the USS Midway. (1963-1964) An aircraft carrier stationed in San Diego, California. I was Four (4) years old at the time living in North East San Diego County. I sat and rocked in one of those lazy-boys chairs listening to the local pop rock station on that Sears Console. The Beatles, Donovan, The Turtles, The Supremes, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Louis Daniel Armstrong, Manfred Mann, The Kinks, on, and on.. These were my first impressions of music.

Four years later my older brothers were bringing home Vinyls of The Yard Birds, The Animals, Cream, Led Zeppelin, The Who, and the Beatles White Album. This list doesn't even come close to the numerous artists and continues to grow exponentially. It is also when I discovered I had a thing for the guitar. Neil Young, Jimmy Page, Paul Simon, The Doors, The Eagles, and Pink Floyd. All on the radio. These are those sounds and vibrations that are filtered through the memory of our generation and are only called up when you are painfully groveling to understand your plight in life. Any hardship that drops you on those rocks and pulverizes all your hard fought dreams. Or the sounds you can hear when you're in that heaven where you are in complete state of bliss. Then from out of the recesses of your thoughts comes such a epiphanic vibrations, you start humming and you're happy, or at peace, with your best confidant! These are the formula that go into making music. It may not be Johnny Cash or Ottis Redding but its yours and the vibe feels good or lays out your devastation in no small terms.

This album may not come close to these trail blazing Rock goddesses and gods but it's my attempt at remembering how times had altered the direction of my dreams. I hope it touches your memories, fond or frantic in your need to overcome yourself or to rise up to your highest vibration. Thank You

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