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damascus

by loaf

A wide range of styles, but common themes throughout. Based in classic rock, with influences of folk, blues, country, alternative.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. time waits for you
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2. (intro to) moving mountains
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3. moving mountains
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4. buried alive
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5. going away
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6. damascus
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7. sanctuary
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8. be here soon
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9. inside and in between
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10. trail of tears
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11. house of suspicion
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12. comfort and prosperity
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13. bring your worries to Jesus
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"loaf" is a 9 piece collection of musicians, 6 of whom are siblings. Through the years, various members have been involved in various projects, various bands. Then came along a cover band called "Cheap Date". Wildly popular everywhere they played, they have been together for (about) the last 20 years. "loaf" is the band name for the original project. (The name coming from many sources, but solidified by the fact that their mom HATES it).
As for "Damascus", it is a work three years in the making. It started out as a single melody line, and quickly became 15 pieces of music. The original title for the project, "generationL" was changed to "Damascus", which more clearly defined the intent of the music: to talk about the road we all walk along and how it changes constantly. It touches on many styles but carries throughout it a common thread. Clearly a look inside a soul, "Damascus" has been called an impressive first effort from a "who-the-heck-are-they" band.


A note from the band:
We hope you enjoy our thoughts, music and meaning. After all, isn't that what it's all about? PLEASE feel free to write to us. Ask questions, offer critiques. We would love to hear from you.

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Pasquale

you guys are awesome!!!
love you guys...you always ROCK the house!!!
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Clark Hills


I'm biased because I've known the band since they were little kids. But this whole C.D. was new to me and I really liked it. We know you guys and girls can sing and play, but can you make people move, think, and contemplate. Was that Ellen on the 3rd or 4th song played? That song was what I mean by contemplative.

Keep it up. As you know since, the old "Boys With Toys" days at Faces Nightclub, I've always had faith in all of you.
Best regards,
Clark Hills
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Yvonne Yamasaki

Great sound, lyrics, and harmonizing. Very inspirational.
A very inspirational, folk type CD. A good balance of upbeat songs and ballads. Although some of the songs seem sad, they are real and have a positive message rather than a grim one. I'm a person who enjoys great lyrics more so than a good beat and this CD has BOTH. If you need a Roadie, I am there....will settle for just being a Groupie for now! Keep up the good work.
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