A Super blend of rock and soul, characterize the sound from this Boston based band Ya. Born and raised in Massachusetts, former teacher, and singer songwriter, George Thomas fills his songs with passion and vivid detail. Thomas's music is personal, political, and universally appealing. Thomas's thought-provoking lyrics and dynamic mix of acoustic and electric guitars, symphonic percussion and background singers carries a feeling to all his listeners. His work has been stated as a mix of the Moody Blues and Roy Orbison. Ya and George Thomas are totally original. / My story is simple but true, I stepped out of my house one night and crossed into the backyard, when suddenly a flash of red light and a shattering sound engulfed me, how long I tumbled through space and time and endured that noise I don't remember, all I know is that when it stopped I found myself in this vast tall grass field. The wind was howling around me and twin moons blazed brightly in that cambium sky. Up ahead on
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"We found Love" is a Very cool Vibe, dig it...Peace...Frontline



New Album "House of Mirrors" Number #5 in Boston on Reverbnation.com

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Reviews (Reverbnation) "I Believe In Love" by George Thomas
Copyright 2014
This song had a singer with real talent. He had a smooth voice. The song was slow, but had some excitement to it at the same time. This song had awesome instrumental sound that kept in tune well in the song.


The use of tambourines and the clean vocals gives it a very nice 1950's feel. The singer's voice sounds so much like Elvis. Very fun song. This is funky and very danceable song. The lyrics are uplifting as well and inspiring. Great job!


This song is magical. Lets start with that 50's sound. Love the tambourine and light touch f electric guitar. And that Elvis growl? And that Johnny Cash flat note he catches us with is just amazing. Steals my rock and roll soul. This song is just nothing less than wonderful. Like I said, it just bleeds 50's. The clapping in the background really gets me. Just makes me want to sway like I'm in a poodle skirt. Yet I can hear the acoustic keeping it nice and slow and soft. Though this song has classic pulsing all through it I can still consider this something "new". Hit for sure.



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