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Statement

by Tom Rasely

14 musical commentaries on the situation of the world
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Do What You're Able
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2. Peace of Mind
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3. Now I Know
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4. One Way Street
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5. Things Change, Things End
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6. Dear Jesus
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7. A Voice in the Wilderness
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8. Don't Sit Back
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9. Prayer
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10. When You're Soaring
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11. Long Division
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12. Look and See
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13. Neighborhood of Nations
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14. Making a Statement
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Album Notes
In the present political climate, I felt it was time to make a statement. This set of 14 songs, 7 of which were co-written with my good friend and collaborator Douglas Rose, plainly relate our feelings about unrest, hate, homelessness, divisiveness, as well as prayer, hope, peace, joy, and Love.

“Things Change, Things End” was inspired by a conversation with another friend Pastor Jack Nordgren. “A Voice in the Wilderness” and “Prayer” both make reference to several appropriate scripture verses. “Neighborhood of Nations” takes its title from the writings of Thomas Paine. Many of the others are simple and direct reactions to news headlines.

I hope that one (or maybe more) of these songs will become an anthem, a song of inspiration for you, as they have for us.

Keep on keepin’ on, brothers and sisters,
Tom Rasely, 2017

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