Anything Can Happen
Your 2 a.m. cup sits warm by the window, as you gaze out at the moonlit sky, dreaming in the quiet and solitude . . . you remember . . . a hundred full moons ago . . . holding tight, holding on . . . where did that moment go? . . . maybe you let go a little too soon . . . can you wish it back? . . . once upon a full moon night, anything can happen . . . Performing as the guitars-and-vocals duo Once Upon a Full Moon Night, Jay and Annette Dunner offer acoustic tales -- songs with stories -- whether a long-lost lover, flashes of childhood, moonlit passions, relations gone awry, or the head-over-heels giddiness of knowing anything can happen . . . and on Anything Can Happen, they've expanded their imagery-laden dreams and dramas, adding harmonies, keyboards, harmonies, percussion, effects, and more harmonies. Anything Can Happen is: • the haunting longings of "Once Upon a Full Moon Night" and "Time and Time Again" • the bluesy snap of "Straitjacket of Love" • the carousel keyboards of "Fairytale in Motion" • the layered harmonies of "Cool" • the slinky guitar lines of "Whenever" • the happy tap-dance of "Right Where I Want Me" • the past and future memories of "Fireflies" • the sonic shuffle of "Spring in Your Step" • the big blast of "Burned by Love" • and, of course, the soaring chorus of "Angel in the Snow" Fans of singer-songwriter reveries and lyrics with twists will feel right at home here. It's a world of shadows and silhouettes, lovers who "just don't get it," fireflies, barflies, fairytales, and the flight of time. Once Upon a Full Moon Night, anything can happen.