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I got it as a gift from a friend, and gave it a play. It's going onto
my iPod right now. I'll probably buy it for some of my friends to keep
the message flowing. Hint: The lyrics are as good as the tunes.
better with each listen!
You know it's a good album when it gets better with each listen.
I got this album for xmas and find it's not leaving my new MP3
player. So nice to hear some excellent rock with lyrics that
celebrate freedom. Can't wait to hear Dan Litwin play at the LP
Nevada State Convention. www.LPCCNV.org
I LOVE THIS CD! I could go on and on about it, but the fact that it
made me want to get out my guitar and jam along says it all. MARCH!
Guy Can Play !!
Wow, what a great sound! Dan Litwin really knows how to make a Fender
Strat sound good (like a Fender Strat should). This album shows off
the stuff of a very accomplished guitarist. It is a pleasure to listen
some Real Rock!
This album is a refreshing, entertaining, example of "Real
Rock", and I enjoy listening to it regularly. It is evident that
Mr. Litwin has a lot of talent and love for his art, and I'm glad he
has chosen to share it with us. Speaking of art, in addition to the
excellent music, the cover and insert artwork is outstanding. Kudos to
Mr. Litwin for creating and assembling an allaround work of art.
a complete package - hard to believe this is a indie effort.
As a fledgling record producer I have a stack of CDs on my desk right
now waiting for review - none of which compare to my copy of
Peacemakers. Dan Litwin apparently has a fine-toothed comb as fine as
mine because none of my pet peeves appear anywhere on this product. As
I open the CD the insert falls open, all the lyrics, all the credits,
the concept behind the album, it's all there. On disc, 10 strong
tracks - no throwaways or filler. Excellent work!
Rock with a Big Message
Mr. Litwin has clearly done a great job melding his musical talent
with his political visions. His messages hit home and make sense, and
are enjoyable to listen to as well. The musical themes are anchored by
solid guitar work and the occasional whipping drum lines. I've
listened to this album at least 20 times and still like it!
variety of rockin' tunes, Wage Peace is...beautiful.