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by Thinkbendy

Thinkbendy's, CHANGE, explores the concept of small moments as spaces for life’s most significant moments. Dynamic arrangements and explosive songwriting reflect this belief; with lyrics & production that beckon full attention and moral epiphany!
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Free
5:10 album only
2. Change
5:08 album only
3. You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
6:03 album only
4. Can I Ask You a Question?
4:37 album only
5. Proceed to Continue
4:23 album only
6. Spark
4:14 album only
7. Of One Mind
5:22 album only
8. Epiphany
5:30 album only


Album Notes
The remastered for vinyl version of thinkbendy’s debut studio album, CHANGE maneuvers through dynamic arrangements and explosive songwriting, presenting the listener with thoughtful lyrics and a clean yet layered texture. The melodies invite easy listening while the lyrics and production beckon for full attention and moral epiphany.

“For a decade, from 2003 to 2013, Bendy toured and recorded with NYC’s jam quartet U-Melt. Still, Change represents Bendy’s first foray into the realm of vocals and keyboards. He pulls it off with aplomb. The first track that gained my undivided attention is “Free,” a piano heavy alt-rock tune imbued with bright, potent resonance and a compelling rhythm. The running riffs on the guitar really stand-out, giving the harmonics an incandescent essence. Highlights on the album include “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet,” a funk-lite alt-rock number with a skiffing guitar and rousing piano. The percussion on this track sizzles, with great fills and the rounded tone of the snare. There’s a vestige of jazz-feel spilling through this song. “Spark” delivers a grand sonic spark, traveling on a pounding piano topped by a scorching guitar. The song is vaguely reminiscent of Billy Joel, full of rollicking energy and beau coup vivid textures. The ultimate track, “Epiphany,” is my favorite, opening on a wailing guitar intro flowing into a laid-back breakdown of only Bendy’s voice and an elegant yet brawny piano. Even though the harmonics, once established, are thick and powerful, there’s a gentle quality to this song. Change is a strong album, featuring contagious piano-based melodies, and thinkbendy’s inimitable voice, rich and raw."
- by Randy Radic, Celebmix.com



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