With his latest EP Spirals, Vol 1- Not a Straight Line to be Found (Purple Heart Recording Company) singer/ songwriter Bruce Sudano continues his personal musical journey by offering up five moving songs about life, love, and death that captivate and hold the listener’s attention.
All five songs are notable, with the three highlights being:
“The Mountain,“ is an uplifting tune that could easily be an anthem for all us here in 2020 as we experience self-doubt and wonder how we are all get through and survive our current state of affairs.
“Back in the Neighborhood,” is a Springsteenian tale in which the protagonist in the song dreams of returning to the neighborhood of his childhood and reinterprets the common Americanism of not being able to go home again.
“See You When I Get There,” is a song about the temporal nature of our existence and the phenomenon of us living day to day with the memories of our passed away loved ones.
With this EP, Sudano, a long time music industry veteran, adds to his stellar reputation of being a masterful American songwriter by continuing to highlight the way that each of us lives our daily lives from moment to moment here on this earth. He has become such an adept chronicler of our time starting with 2004’s Rainy Day Soul through to 2017’s 21st Century World and now to this latest EP that he has also solidified his stature as an American treasure.
Spirals, Vol 1- Not a Straight Line to be Found will be available April 17th at www.brucesudano.com
Credits: Words and Music / Bruce Sudano, Acoustic Guitar / Bruce Sudano, Electric Guitar / Steve Addabbo, Bass / Mike Visceglia, Drums / Rich Mercurio, Percussion / Paulo Coelho, Piano, Organ / Kenny White, Harmonica / William Galison, Background Vocals / Steve Addabbo, Paulo Coelho, Bruce Sudano, Eddie Hokenson, Produced and Engineered by Steve Addabbo, Mastered by Greg Calbi, Sterling Sound, Cover Art by Padraig Timoney