MP3 Butch Castetter - Swim Real Fast
Komplettes MP3 Album von Butch Castetter
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A rock with a twist of blues and acoustic, with meaningful lyrics.
Käufer, die sich für (Tom Petty John Mellencamp Jack Johnson and Pearl Jam) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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You never know what to expect on that next track of a Butch Castetter CD. It might be slow, with a heart felt acoustic tune or it might have a melodic little guitar hook in it that won't let you go.
Butch's music takes you on a little ride. You go about halfway down Tom Petty Road and take a left on John Mellencamp Avenue then merge onto Jackson Brown Highway.
He's a singer-songwriter-musician who takes rock, blues and country into the kitchen and whips up a delicious little dinner using spices like intimate lyrics, guitar, banjo, organ and sincere delivery to create a well-balanced meal that keeps you coming back for more.
It's a Dog's Life is a light hearted tune decrying the inequity between the level of patience and affections a woman will bestow upon her dog verses the demands she places on the man in her life. The classic line: "the dog is sleeping on her bed tonight while I'm turned away."
You've Got to be Blind. Few of us skate through life without going through a few negative experiences. Everything from being picked on as a kid to being laughed at or being made to feel inferior, the emotional marks of these experiences have wrecked many a lives. This song deals with learning to ignore negative people and tuning into your heart. Here's the chorus: "You've got to be blind to what you see. You've got to be deaf to what you hear or they'll never know who you really are, until you show them."
Swim Real Fast ... It's just hard to not like this song. It has a Jason Mras Curbside Profit style that tickles the senses. This is a little fish in a big pond story. However, the true message of the song is that a person needs to possess certain skills to survive in this world. Not everyone in this life wishes us well. However, if we want to be truly happy, we have to learn how to "swim" around those who, if allowed to, would willfully impose their pernicious effect on our lives.
Norway Drive. This is a feel good song. It has a nice little melodic guitar hook that carries you away. After a marriage that lasted too long, I packed all of my worldly passions in a Chevy Caviler and left. I bought and restored a historic house, less than a mile from where I grew up, on Norway Drive. The classic line: "I'm just like this old guitar. I've been played and dropped a couple of times. A few nicks and surface marks but inside I'm still doing fine."
Fade Away. This is an acoustic song with a nice string https://www.tradebit.com basically is about how one generation starts fading away while new generation matures. The classic line: "We teach our children all that we know and slowly fade away."
Listen to the silent sound. The opening line "they shut down the factory today and they sent everybody home" says it all. You can almost smell the despair in the haunting opening guitar lick. This song deals the impact of America's loss of industry. However, on a deeper level the song deals with the subtle conditioning of America's thinking. In two places the music completely stops and you hear some executive making a speech and putting the corporate spin on the events. Yet the verses tell the real story: the personal devastation in people's lives.