Streets of Rome | Back to the Same Old Thing

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Back to the Same Old Thing

by Streets of Rome

Streets Of Rome writes and performs song of hope, love and redemption. Real music for real people - songs from life's long road.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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Album Notes
"Ten steps behind me there is a tiger that used to be twelve steps behind me..." our protagonist declares, and a story unfolds of obsession, compulsion, repulsion, extinction, redemption, and triumph. Male, female, plant, animal. All the energies of the world rolled in a beast-like ball bouncing from mountains to the sea, smashing the concrete cloverleafs and the glass chapels. As the final credits roll, we wonder - was it just a dream sequence? A prophesy? Or Just a rerun of an old detective show filmed on the wide deserted streets of LA? Part of you wants to listen again, part of you wants to rope it off like a crime scene. Don't stop, don't linger - just keep walking, friend. Curiosity killed the dinosaurs - quite a Revelation.

Words/Music/Vocals: Edward Patrick Mooney and Ana Luisa Anzore. Guitar and bass: Edward Patrick Mooney; Special guests: Stu Manzano - piano; Pete Maloney - drums.

Recorded and engineered by Jamie Bridges, Room With A View Studios, Petaluma, California.

Produced by: Edward Patrick Mooney, Ana Luisa Anzore, Jamie Bridges

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