Lion of Light | As the Stars Fall

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As the Stars Fall

by Lion of Light

Irresistable Melodiy and Razor Sharp Lyrics are the hallmark of Lion of Light. The songwriting will blow your mind and the poetry will stir your heart.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Marianne the Liar
4:22 $0.99
2. Sad Song # 9,876,543,210
6:28 $0.99
3. As the Stars Fall
3:31 $0.99
4. Like a Child
4:17 $0.99
5. Love, Love, Love, Love, Love
5:25 $0.99
6. Abuse of Power
4:46 $0.99
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Album Notes
Each of the tracks on this six song collection of recordings displays a mastery of language and natural melodic sense that one finds only in really amazing songwriters. Generally the songs feel sweet and sincere in a tone that smacks of John Mayer with a style reminiscent of early Bob Dylan records. No filler tracks - just one great song after another. The opening track, "Marianne the Liar", has the captivating melody of a great pop song with the passion and sincerity of a romantic piece of poetry, which sets the tone for rest of the CD, but by no means defines it. The 4th Song, "Like a Child" is poetry itself that would work as well on the page as it does in the air with deep tones from the bowed upright bass creating a haunting sound reminiscent of the "Cold Mountain" soundtrack. The final song on the record "Abuse of Power" departs slightly from the general mood and reminds the listener of the roots of Jesus Aaron's songwriting; it lashes out against the injustices of 'the powers that be' in the sharpest of ways and cuts right at the jugular, spilling the lifeblood of their insidious agendas out for all to see.
And that's the way of it with this cd. Each song at once carves out its own niche and also enhances the larger mosaic in a harmonious way. At times deeply nostalgic of the great songwriting of the past at time deeply thought provoking, and always melodic the songs are very listenable on the surface for the casual music peruser; and for those who are really paying attention slowly and surely draw you in 'til you willingly go where they take you and find a meaning there you wouldn't have expected. In short it's brilliant...



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