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It's No Wonder We're Deranged
  • Artist: August Bullock
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101252393
  • Item #: SRD125239
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 10/31/2006
  • Rank: 1000000000
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It's No Wonder We're Deranged on CD

INCENDIARY HARMONICA INTIMATE POETRY STORY SONGS THAT LAY BARE THE SOUL August Bullock plays harmonica like Paul Butterfield and writes songs like Bob Dylan. It's an explosive combination. Please listen to a few samples. LYRICAL SONGS: We Were Free (Bob Dylan Was My Brother: A nostalgic poem about the sixties cleverly incorporating phrases from 60's songs. If you are from that era you will discover multiple layers of meanings in each of the verses. It's No Wonder We're Deranged: A surreal autobiography reminiscent of Dylan's 'Tangled Up In Blue.' Heros of America: a political statement poetically lamenting the demise of the American social conscience. A Woman Who Can Sing: A testimonial to expressive women. Brother of Mine: An impassioned soliloquy exploring the complexities of a fraternal relationship No Way To Say Goodbye: One of the saddest songs ever written. Like all of Bullock's songs, it is raw, intimate, and brutally honest. HARMONICA SONGS (Listen to just the harmonica samples at augustbullockmusic.com) Swing Harp: Irresistible dance music. Don't Drive Me Away: Features a very original harmonica solo, about one minute into the recording, where the harmonica sounds like an electric guitar. Young Bird: An incendiary harmonica outburst also illustrating Bullocks unique style (in the middle of the song.) Overboard: A dark, intense, harmonica catharsis (after the second verse). A Woman Who Can Sing: An exquisite violin-like harmonica solo supporting a moving poem.