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Moments Like This

by Mike Silvetti

Jazz-influenced singer/composer of songs with a message and instrumentalist.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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1. Moments Like This
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2. Peace On the Inside
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3. Love Leads to Peace
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4. Watch Out Behind That Rock
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5. We vs. You
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6. Leave the Tribe
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7. Conscience and Courage
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8. Lucky
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9. The Greatest Joy
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10. Near Death
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11. Dementia
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12. Path of Least Resistance
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13. Floating
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14. Ultimate Fickle
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15. Beethoven Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The songs of Moments Like This all had special meaning to me.
1. Moments Like This: My father wrote this song for my mother in the forties. I recorded this beautiful melody for my sister's book of the same name. 2. Peace on the Inside: This was inspired by the lectures of Wayne Dyer and Deepak Chopra. Peace comes from within us. 3. Love Leads To Peace. I could never understand people who say they believe in a peaceful, loving God and then waste so much time and energy on wars. 4. Watch Out Behind That Rock. As a child, I loved watching "The Lone Ranger." During the battle scenes, the bad guys always seemed to hide behind big rocks...with suspenseful music in the background. I composed this song with that suspenseful music in mind! 5. We vs. You. There are two groups of people. "We" who are peace-loving and "You" who are war mongers. How differently we all view the world. 6. Leave the Tribe. The tribe is the group of people who always have to be right! So, to leave that tribe, check your ego and learn to be kind...instead of right. Let peace be your wealth. 7. Conscience and Courage. I used to listen to the Dr. Laura radio program on my way home from teaching school. She taught that we should always follow our conscience and have the courage to do the right thing! 8. Lucky. My sister and I grew up in a home filled with love, music, our dog, Skippy, and our imaginations. As I watch my grandchildren grow up, I realize how lucky we were to have the childhood we had. 9. The Greatest Joy. I wrote this song for my son when he was a little boy. It speaks of the joy of having a son and trying to teach him to be a good person...finally wondering what life will be like when he is grown...and gone. 10. Near Death. This song asks the questions we must have when we are facing our own mortality. 11. Dementia. Written from the dementia-patient's point of view, the song explores the questions and feelings of this frightening disease. 12. Path of Least Resistance. While writing this song, I kept trying to change the chord progression. Finally, I realized it was fine the way it was and took the path of least resistance! 13. Floating. This light and airy instrumental reminded me of floating; hence the name! 14. Ultimate Fickle. This song is about someone I knew who said one thing and did another! Her mood swings and behavior raised so many questions! 15. Beethoven Blues. I wrote a minor blues progression. One day while improvising, I added some of the melody from Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. It fit perfectly and became the Beethoven Blues!

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Donna Carl Kuchinski

Wonderful CD!
Mike Silvetti is one of the very best....I enjoy and appreciate his music so very much....you will too!
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