Album review: Jim Peterik – The Songs

Album review: Jim Peterik – The Songs

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Jim Peterik is one of the most popular and well respected song writer/performers of the last four decades with a discography that reads like an encyclopaedia dating back to the 70s. Since releasing his first solo album Don’t Fight the Feeling, the self proclaimed survivor has been an ever-present figure in the world of Rock, Roots and Americana music.

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http://grekokatolicy.pl/?obstacles-in-life-essay Obstacles In Life Essay For his current release, The Songs, Peterik has teamed up with producer Fred Molin to create an inventive career retrospective. Together they chose eleven of the biggest songs from Peterik’s catalogue to reimagine from a fresh perspective. As a result we are treated to nostalgic and yet bold remakes of his classics such as Vehicle, Caught Up in You and Eye of the Tiger.

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The Songs isn’t all old material though, there are two more new and unheard compositions for listeners to enjoy. Peterik has also just released a track inspired by 2016 Orlando Nightclub shooting, entitled We All Bleed, touching on the themes of violence, intolerance, and hatred we see in society today.

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Watch the video for We All Bleed below:

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