Center Of It All

by Bruce Irving

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Rough Days 03:35
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Hummingbird 02:50
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Hey O Way O 04:13
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Who? 04:03
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Baby Back 04:10
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Writing and recording songs can give you a rich fantasy life. Like when you watch an episode of "The Americans" (great show) and out pops the song "Rough Days." Or when you imagine being so down and out that you wish someone would airlift you away and voila, "Angels Are Hiding." Think you're tired? Try flapping your wings 1500 times a minute like the characters in "Hummingbird." How about a pep talk from a quasi-Rastafarian? That's "Hey O Way O." An early morning stroll down Abbey Road? "Foggy Morning London Town." A helicopter getaway? "When Charlie Went AWOL." There's a song just called "Who?" What's THAT all about? Or who?

It's not all crazy talk. There's some of the usual sensitive guy "what's it all about" stuff too, like "In the Name of Love," "No Second Chances," and even "Saving the World." "Center Of It All" was inspired by memories of my Mom who passed away just recently - she really was the center of it all for me and my family.

There's a lot of rock, a ton of harmonies, a bit of folk and country, and just a dash of jazz. An album 6 years in the making with twelve very different and dare I say rather good songs (yes, I dare say). And I must ALSO say that if you like cool guitar solos, my producer, friend, and Local Guitar God Roger Lavallee has really outdone himself on this project. Smoking hot.

It's a good album. You'll like it. Trust me. Why would I lie?

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released June 3, 2018

Vocals, guitars, some keyboards by Bruce Irving
Production and everything else by Roger Lavallee.

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Bruce Irving Worcester, Massachusetts

Bruce Irving is a singer-songwriter in central Massachusetts. He's been writing songs since his college days in Pittsburgh, where he met his long-time friend and musical collaborator Rob Simbeck. He has also written and recorded frequently with his brother, Doug Irving. ... more

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