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This is from the new musical I just finished. My good friend Clent Bowers is singing, and his singing is truly remarkable. He was in the original broadway cast of "Cats" and is a brother and close friend. Immensely talented man. Alexander Lawrence wrote the lyric, I wrote & produced the song and Kristopher Gee, who works with me on MLP did the orchestrations (with me helping out here and there). This song is gonna be a showstopper.
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willheim Mar 16, 2012  Professional Artist
Thanks for your feedback everyone. I aint gonna lie - this song took me a long time to get right.
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anzul Mar 16, 2012  Student General Artist
"-the hell im not" hahaha great song man!
hearing it for third time now :D

that intro has a lot of power and magical feeling to it, Clent Bowers is a great singer indeed :)
and i just love that part that starts at 2:28 - 3:27

i realy would like to watch a musical whit this kind of songs and meanings :)
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CountCarbon Mar 16, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
This is fascinating! Soaring, yet strong.
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:iconannomaniac:
A great song, makes me remember my childhood and how I heard about musicals for the first time in my life. And he's got a wonderful voice indeed. :)
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sorry to double comment, but oh my goodness I can't stop listening. Be sure to tell Alexander Lawrence how great his lyrics are, and Clent Bowers how great his singing is, and of course Kristopher Gee for helping with the song. (I don't particularly know what doing the orchestrations consists of, but I'm sure it's important.)
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wow

How long until we can buy the album?
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NurioMarayana Mar 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
There's always something about Musical numbers that I love. It's one of my favorite genres.
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