Rusty Reid | Head to Heart

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Head to Heart

by Rusty Reid

Rusty Reid's "Head to Heart" is a musical, philosophical, political, spiritual journey, a melodic call for a radical remake of human culture... a Revolutionary Manifesto in Song!
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Too Many Poor Theme
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2. Story of Now
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3. The Meaning of Life
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4. Head to Heart
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5. Ancient Stones
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6. To Find Me
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7. I Went Searching
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8. Eldorado
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9. There Is a Pleasure in the Pathless Woods
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10. Sat Cit Ananda
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11. Your Tummy
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12. Passion or Fashion
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13. Dark Ages
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14. Who Do You Think You Are
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15. Too Many Poor
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16. Dismaland
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17. Another Way
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18. Head 2 Heart Coda
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rusty Reid's "Head to Heart" is a "concept album" like few other singular collections of songs. Thematically, this is certainly one of American popular music's most radical, revolutionary albums. With a running time almost that of a double album, "Head to Heart" is at once a delineation of a profoundly beautiful and deeply spiritual (but not religious) worldview, combined with a frontal assault on those hoary old traditions and institutions that thwart "our best chance to thrive." It is a call for grand human cultural evolution, all wrapped up in poetic lyrics, memorable melodies and jangling guitars. This is an album for all time.

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