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Blues rock of Peter Stein | Mercys Door

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Mercys Door

by Blues rock of Peter Stein

Rock blues, some protest, Dylan like, spiritual with integrity, partly gritty, social commentary.
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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1. Mercy's Door
Peter Stein
5:15 $0.49
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2. Got Their Lives in Our Hands
Peter Stein
3:31 $0.49
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3. Turn On Your Light
Peter Stein
4:47 $0.49
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4. Angel Told Me So
Peter Stein
4:44 $0.49
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5. R U a Human Being?
Peter Stein
3:03 $0.49
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6. Trouble Maker
Peter Stein
7:35 $0.49
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7. Little Bird
Peter Stein
3:17 $0.49
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8. System Breakdown
Peter Stein
4:19 $0.49
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9. Lonely Cafe
Peter Stein
4:23 $0.49
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10. The Man in Blue
Peter Stein
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11. R U Ready?
Peter Stein
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Album Notes
Peter Stein's MERCY'S DOOR is definitely DYLAN inspired and presents a debut rock blues CD which is an 11-track journey through the musical realms of 60's style rock and blues, underscored by some hard edged lyrics, such as:

"Pick up the morning papers
what do I see?
1 million trees being cut down
every day,
turn over the page
see a little child bleed,
is this the result
of all our technology,
over and over I see it on tv
white cop beating a black man
in the country of the free -
last night 3 children
and they was only 12
were found face down
with needles in their arms -
GOTTHEIR LIVES IN OUR HANDS
GOT THEIR LIVES IN OUR HANDS"

TO THE SPIRITUAL YEARNING OF turn on your light:

"It seems Ive been waiting for a million years
climbing on the ladder of my own tears
please don't close the door to my own heart..."

MERCY'S DOOR mixes elements of folk, blues, rock, pop, Indian raga rhythyms, and combines instrumentation including guitars, tablas, keyboards (wurlitzers, BIG leslie cabinets) played by John Gauci from Sydney band THE INFIDELS, drums by Nick Gaffney.

Also helped out by Joel (his son) with scintillating electric guitar licks and his daughter Juanita with her beautiful vocal harmonies.

Stein has delivered a lyrically hard edged and at the same time tuneful and engaging CD that is likely to be the most intriguingly original and entertaining collection you have heard in some time.

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Byron L Stein

A meaning beyond our wildest imaginations
I find good in many types of music. This appeals to me much more than any progressive music or poetic folk singing that I have ever heard.
I can give this a true yes when it comes to mass appeal. This CD will find an audience!
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J T Classic Soul USA

Dylanlike
If you like Dylan or even if you don't, pick this one up!
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David And Stella Spizer

Fantastic,voices,instruments, lyrics and music
very Pleasing to listen to, great voices, great guitar work
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Bob Dyl

great
sounds like id love to sound
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Lisa DeRenard

Would highly recommend Stein's "Mercy's Door" for ages 18 to 99.
Reminds me of the Beattles, Christopher Cross and James Taylor. Stein's artistry grabs the listener immediately. Lyrics are memorable and visual, background tight, instruments interesting. Powerful and sincere performance by Stein. Criticisms are too much continuity across songs and the style is dated depending upon what country the listener is in. Four stars because of international appeal, overall a great work.
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