Ross G. B. | Fear Is Sold Out

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Fear Is Sold Out

by Ross G. B.

These are the original demo recordings for the Fear for Sale album. Recorded in Bahrain during the height of the Iraq War they are a testament and reflection of the complex world we live in.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Department of Moonland Fear
3:34 album only
2. Sunday
2:46 album only
3. Sunny's Chance
3:26 album only
4. Coming Back
4:03 album only
5. Realize
4:30 album only
6. A New Device Would Improve Ratings
3:44 album only
7. Why I Try to Fly High?
2:29 album only
8. Landing or Why I Turned Down the Bonus
4:34 album only
9. My Own World
4:00 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Fear is Sold Out is a collection of the original demo material that was an album that I wrote in Manama, The Kingdom of Bahrain. I used a very static process for writing this album. One song per day. Every day was war and news and crazy stories. This was written as a reflection upon the day-to-day process of being involved at an intimate level with those processes of the human conflict. I hope it has a broader connection for humanity and understanding. The songs were eventually re-recorded for the full length album Fear for Sale that was produced in Stuttgart, Germany with a full band and overdubs and all the studio jazz the following year. These are the raw tapes from a single soul in the middle of the Persian Gulf. It was interesting to reflect on these songs 14 years later. I hope that you can somehow relate to them.



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