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Greetings. Here are my last 3 albums worth of songs. This music was recorded on a home studio using very basic equipment. I'm happy with the way the songs sound, but I think there is definitely room for improvement. Thanks to all for your kind words of encouragement.

I want to thank Scott Michel for his help on "Into the Cold", and for singing the chorus on "Farmingville" with me.

I also want to thank Paul Santoro for his help on "La Morte Libera", "Into the Cold", "Feel Nothing", "Drinking Again", and "Sinister Ways" on the 1st album, and for his help on ""Fearless" and "If I Fall" on the 2nd album.

I also want to thank Mathias Delair for collaborating with me on "Look Out, Baby!" on the 3rd Album.

Big thanks go out to Bill and Linda Link for singing background on "Please Tell Me" on "Delusions of Grandeur". You guys are the best!

I couldn't have done it without you guys, thank you.

All songs written by John Albert except "Feel Nothing", "Fearless" and "If I Fall" which are written by John Albert and Paul Santoro; "Liquor and Love" which was written by John Albert and Peter Vogl; "Look Out, Baby!" written by John Albert and Mathias Delair; "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" written by Bob Dylan, and "Long Monday" written by John Prine.

I hope above all else that someone somewhere finds something that they like in these songs.

Thank you for listening. - John

John Albert (NY)   John Albert, Rocky Point, New York, United States

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