Scott Zartman | Making Up for Lost Time

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Making Up for Lost Time

by Scott Zartman

Music defined by feeling and the relationships in between.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Will
4:47 $0.79
2. Hannah Street
4:37 $0.79
3. The Longer We Wait
3:43 $0.79
4. Desperate in Love
3:19 $0.79
5. Making Up for Lost Time
5:10 $0.79
6. Dreamers
4:45 $0.79
7. Lord of Light
3:57 $0.79
8. Learn from Our Mistakes
5:21 $0.79
9. When We Don't Have to Pretend Anymore
3:37 $0.79
10. No Intentions
3:34 $0.79
11. Forever in My Life
5:28 $0.79
12. What If I'm Wrong
5:47 $0.79
13. 'Til the End of Time
4:00 $0.79
14. Bound to Him
3:02 $0.79
15. She's Gone Away
7:14 $0.79
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
My earliest recollections are the lush melodies and harmonies of the Beatles. For me, that’s what made a song memorable. And judging by the fake silver candle holders I sang into as microphones at age five, I must have always been into music. Self-taught on the guitar on my own at age 14. I was fortunate enough to be able to sing and play at the same time. Started writing my own songs shortly thereafter however lame those first couple were. Worked on my vocals for many years while singing along with the radio. Enjoyed playing for my church many times during the summer services on the front lawn. But I consider myself more like Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys hiding behind the console creating music rather than performing it. My style hasn’t changed in 40 some years but labels have. I suppose one can hear some subtle country tones even though I’m more folk pop-rock. Yet, I don’t feel like I sound like anyone else out there. I’m very humble about the talent I have. If you find yourself humming along with any of my songs than I have done my craft well and hopefully you will want to hear more.



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