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Real Time Sessions

by The Bar Chords

A rocker and a blues ballad recorded by and in support of local aspiring sound engineers.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Heroin Hill
5:13 $0.99
2. High Horse
3:53 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Wow, of every 'classic rock' band I’ve listened to, you guys have the most classic sound. Amazing. Love it."
Lynn Schwarz
Bottom of the Hill SF

So we went into this project as a way to support SF City College and SF Art Institute. They needed a band to record for class purposes and we gladly jumped in. The experience was so very rewarding for us as we met some great and talented folks. We also made a connection with Trilogy Studio's and they ended up taking over the project. We never intended to have much of a finished product but the dedication and passion of our engineer, Noah and Trilogy carried us to a rather find production. So fine in fact that we decided to release these two songs and The Reel Time Sessions became a reality.

Heroin Hill is song inspired by the China White outbreak in the early 90's. Our lyricist, poet Terrence Klink was working as a Bartender in Pittsburgh at the time. Chiefs was the scene when Terry remembers attempting to wake up a patron only to find he fell off the stool, dead from an apparent heroin O.D. Bree has worked professionally with kids and adults who have addiction issues personally or within the family. Jared lost his good friend, all around wonderful dude, and base player in the 90's band The Filter Kings from heroin. The break in the middle of the song came over a year after the song was written and in fact had been performed live without it. Dom and Jared hashed it out with Mike assisting with arrangement. Interesting fact: Dominick joins Kara and Bree on the 'Hey's!' in the middle of the song.



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