. . . When the winds of change are blowing in your face No one there even wants to know your name Know that you should never have to feel afraid There is a place that you can still reclaim
Chris manages the Exclusive Books at Clearwater Mall and Olerato works there. At the first event of this kind that Chris held at the store, he discovered that Olerato was a talented singer, so they teamed up for a few songs this time around.
This is the last song I have from Jessica, so savor this Taste of Love. Recorded at The Cooler.
The third song from Chris James’ Medicated album. Read more about Chris in Eps 5 and 13. Chris James – Guitars and Lead Vocal Chevy Borchowsky – Bass Rob Luce – Drums and Backing Vox Produced by Rob Luce at The Cooler a long time ago.
Keith is the third artist from my former label that I’m introducing you to. He was an African Jazz artist (he’s not dead, he’s just working in other styles now) and I really love the album I did with him back in the early 2000s.
I’d been meaning to speak to Chris all year to discuss doing some more work together and called him when I got the reminder to post this song. We have a plan to do a songwriting video and some new music for Songsmiths
I don’t have as much time as I would like to dedicate to Songsmiths. That’s one of the reasons I love working with Chris. We get a few (literally three) hours a week to work together, but man is that time productive.
The Birth of Songsmiths I hadn’t seen Ed in about a decade when, a few months ago, he heard one of my songs online and reached out. Long story short, I agreed – enthusiastically – to produce “I Will Never Forget” (coming soon) and made a plan to collaborate with more songwriters who could sing […]
“Sit down and stand up” sounds like a call to meditate in protest of something. There may also be a reference to an open relationship…Anyway, the song comes attractively packaged and well-delivered (good voice and performance). A great job overall. Well done and thanks for sharing your song with us Chad. Recorded at The Cooler.
This is Chris rusty (his word). But the guitar playing is solid, the lyrics beautiful and I love his voice. I reckon it’s a great performance given that it’s one live take and the song is so new that he’s reading the lyrics. Read full commentary on YouTube. Recorded at www.thecooler.co.za.