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Return to Nothing

by SpringHouse Revival

Original songs drawn from an eclectic fusion of folk, classic rock and pop influences.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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1. You Won Me At Hello (Bye, Goodbye)
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2. Heart On My Sleeve
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3. Prayin' Kind
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4. Come On With It
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5. (They're Gonna) Spin You, Baby
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6. Stumblin' On the Run
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7. Silence of Peace
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8. Voice of My Heart
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9. Silent Witness
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10. My Son
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11. 'Til I See the Sun
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12. Chameleon
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13. Tell Me Why
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14. Return to Nothing (Seen You All Before)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
SpringHouse Revival is the songwriting team of lyricist/producer/arranger Gordon Glantz and composer/vocalist Terri Camilari. They approach their original music with the core belief that lyrics are just words on a page without the right music bringing them to life, and that a well-constructed song needs the right words for it to resonate.
Their long-awaited debut CD -- “Return to Nothing” – was recorded at Morningstar Studios outside of Philadelphia, Pa.
Drawing on a wide range of influences, the music has a mainstream folk-rock vibe, kind of a Joni Mitchell meets Crosby, Stills and Nash with a hint of Creedence Clearwater Revival.
“You Won Me At Hello (Bye Goodbye)” and “Prayin’ Kind” headlines a lineup that includes first-person dirges about the Holocaust (“Tell Me Why”), drug abuse (“My Son”) and the driving “Come On With It” and the more mainstream pop-rock sound of “(They’re Gonna) Spin You, Baby.”
Other songs – “Stumblin’ On The Run” and “’Til I See The Sun” and “Silent Witness” and “Heart On My Sleeve” – have a heartland rock feel that would be pleasing to the ear of fans of John Mellencamp and Bob Seger.
The title track -- as well as the likes of “Voice Of My Heart” and “Silence of Peace” and “Chameleon” - are in the vintage introspective singer-songwriter tradition of the early 1970s.
As critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Lizanne Knott noted it, “(SpringHouse Revival) is bringing a fresh perspective to the folk era” adding that there is “something here for everyone to enjoy.”
Gordon draws from a variety of lyrical influences, with idols Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen topping the list, while Camilari’s vocal range runs the gamut from Joan Baez to Natalie Merchant to Grace Slick.
For more information, go to the website www.springhousesongs.com and visit them on Facebook.at their SpringHouse Revival page, www.facebook.com/springhousesongs

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