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The Journey

by Sinclair Soul

Original, creative and melodic rock n roll with slight elements of folk, country and blues.
Genre: Rock: Retro-Rock
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1. San Anton
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2. Good Friday
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3. Believe
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4. Found Love
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5. Long Way Home
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6. The Last Day of February
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7. Try Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album consists of seven original songs composed by myself and recorded along with international music legends, drummer Ron Simasek and multi-instrumentalist Bret Alexander. The album, which was produced by Bret Alexander and recorded at his Saturation Acres studio, will be available on June 26th everywhere in digital format and limited edition CDs.

This is the first official release by Sinclair Soul and these songs range from rock to country/blues to many areas in between. Lyrically and thematically, we have meaningful tunes which are personal, philosophical, spiritual or a blend of all three and presented in a way where each can be interpreted distinctly by the listener. In fact, on reflection I discovered that each of the seven tracks is presented like a journey in itself, which led me to the album's title.

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