Paul Pierce Project

Paul Pierce Project

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Rock - Easy Listening | Corona, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 50   
Member Since: 2021
   Last Login: 3/21/2021
   Sounds Like: Steely Dan, Boz Scaggs

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Song Description

As the minister began to pray I played a single F note on the piano. Then a simple F chord triad with my right hand. I then played F octaves with my left/bass hand, and played an Eb triad with my right, and the song took off without me even trying. It turned into a beautiful instrumental melody that still haunts me. I later recorded it, adding strings and an acoustic guitar for melody.

Story Behind the Song

This song was never written. It was just played as if flowing naturally from my fingers while quietly playing background music in a church service. A fellow pianist came to me after the service demanding to know what that song was. I told him I just played it for the first time, and he was incredulous.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Really pretty piano and guitar composition

    - Fred Kimmel

Nice piece.... it has a really nice feel. I very much enjoyed just sitting back and listening to it.

    - Randy Calligan

Song Length
Unique - Soundtracks, Classical - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal
Passive, Serene

Subject Matter
Existence, Philosophy

Similar Artist
Elton John, Doug Maxwell, JR Tundra,
No Language
1980 - 1989

Lyric Credits N/A
Music Credits Paul K Pierce
Producer Credits Paul K Pierce
Publisher Credits N/A
Performance Credits Paul K Pierce
Label Credits N/A