NYC Garage & Blue Lemonade
NOTE: THE TRACK 'SOME DAY' WAS ACTUALLY CALLED 'ONE DAY'. THIS PERFORMER APOLOGIZES FOR ANY MISUNDERSTANDING. IT IS STILL A TOP OF THE SHELVE GARAGE SONG AND THE ARTISTS, THE RESUMES, AND THE WRITER, A. KILLICK ARE OF THE BEST OF THEM. Harmonies, melodies, ballads and fade-outs are what I like to work with. This music expresses a woman's passion in linking the moon and stars with giving herself to her lover. In another track, a woman whose prized possession is her automobile has it 'borrowed' by an irresponsible lover. Or can we be cynical and say her lover stole the car and has no intention of bringing it back much less seeing her again? In another song, a girl watches sadly as her boyfriend goes through 'finding himself' by leaving town and planning on a dangerous 'whatever happens, happens' trek through an area unknown, leaving her scared that she will never see him again or find out what happened to him. This CD is about people whose blearly lives were transformed by the pounding harmony of sound and the inspiration of what that time had to offer: Turning the bleary city into one of sparkling blue lights, oceans, blue skies at sunset - takeing the drab sweeten to taste glass of lemonade and making it sparkle with the color blue.