Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)

Dave Haddad (CenterPeace)

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Unique - Soundtracks | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 13,082   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 10/2/2021
   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:

Subliminal Messages: Rock - Modern #4
Reflections: New Age #5
Reflections: New Age - Contemporary #2

Thank You BJ Reviewers!!

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


Dave, thank you ever so much for your spot on review of' "Chicken".. This is an old recording.. around 1990..Yep, it would need a complete redo!!Your professional review is much appreciated.. Ron

Ante Novaselic posted 3 weeks ago

Dave thank you so much for your kind review of Strychnine. By far my favorite review to date. I like the old cliché of Less is More. It doesn't work for everything of course but I feel that a lot of music nowadays is way over produced. There is something to be said about space that appeals to my ears. Thank you very much for hearing that man. Best to you

John Walradt posted over 30 days ago

Dave, thank you fo a very good and thorough review of "He Doesn't Know." I very much like your suggestion to cut down the guitar volume at 2:03. It would help bring in that build up I try to achieve as the song progresses. You have great versatility and craftsmanship!

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