Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)

Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)

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Unique - Soundtracks | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 12,707   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 7/11/2020
   Sounds Like: Jazz/World/Rock/Chill - Wannabe Peter Gabriel, Steely Dan, Sting - Theatrical

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"CenterPeace" is the creation of music producer & songwriter Dave Haddad, also a professional drummer and studio owner in the Los Angeles area.

Deep grooves, simple melodies and layers of dynamic textures are all hallmarks of the "CenterPeace" sound. A sound influenced by Dave's immersion into multi-cultural music further enriched by his extensive travels abroad. The songs posted on this site are his musical illustrations often enhanced by contributions from other fine musicians and singers.

Thank you for your interest and support of this music and for your online friendship.

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Global Chilling CD and downloads AVAILABLE on itunes, Amazon & CD Baby

CenterPeace songs on BJ Top 10 lists:

Children of the World: World - Middle Eastern #1
Children of the World: World #6
Reflections: New Age - Contemporary #3
Reflections: New Age #5

Thank You BJ Reviewers!!

"Fantastic production,killer tunes,brilliant performances!"
-db, Full Dimensional Stereo.


Hello David. Thanks for the review of the Old Sew and Sew. I am thankful that you "get" my writing style and performance of my songs. We have moved to Indiana. Someday when the world opens back up, I hope to reestablish myself as a performer in the midwest. Wonder how long I'll have to wait? Your friend in the cornfields, Mrs Kate

Bob Birthisel posted over 30 days ago

Thanks for the nice review of "That's One Thing" (intro only), Dave. Funny you mention about a band coming in....if you go to my page and listen to the full-length version, the story continues with a driving rock 2nd half with a brief but wicked solo. I call it a tale of two songs, and the full title is That's One Thing (You Don't Understand About Me). Feel free to check it out some time.

StarburstRecords posted over 30 days ago

Thank you for taking the time, Dave, to review 41. Morning Cup (vocals). Much appreciated. jay

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