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Boomerang

by The George Barrie Band

The George Barrie Band's groovy, rockin' sound continues to develop and grow with their second full length album Boomerang.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Do You Want My Love
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2. Boomerang
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3. Falling Faster
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4. Holding
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5. Melody
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6. Love (Reprise)
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7. Maybe
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8. Savor the Moment
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9. Moment's Gone
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10. Why Me
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11. I Don't Know Why
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12. Just a Little Bit More
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Boomerang is the sophomore album from Columbus, Ohio based group The George Barrie Band.

“Boomerang is exactly what a music listener wants to hear as spring turns to summer. It lifts you into the clouds and takes you to the beach with the shining melodies, wavy harmonies, and joyful lyricism.” Doug Queen of Weird Music

Credits
George Barrie - guitars and vocals
Jenny Flory - background vocals
Jake Levy - drums and percussion
Jeff Bass - bass
Matteo Amburgy - keyboards and organ
Aaron Bishara - percussion
Nick Simko - trumpet
Terrance Farmer - saxophone
Kevin O’Neill -saxophone
Jay Alton - mix and master engineer
Mike Landolt - mix engineer (for Maybe)
Glenn Davis - mastering engineer (for Maybe)
Ben Howes - album art
Written, recorded, and produced by George Barrie
Organ recorded with Keith Hanlon at Musicol
Horns for Maybe recorded with Joey Gurwin at Oranjudio

Special thanks to The Greater Columbus Arts Council and Art Makes Columbus


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