Douglas Branson aka dB+1

Douglas Branson aka dB+1

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Rock - Alternative | New York, Connecticut, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,484   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 8/3/2020
   Sounds Like: Smashmouth, B-52s

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Song Description

Satire / Poem turned to spoken word electronica piece about pollution and waste dumping. This one has been sitting in the exported from PTs aif file for some time. In 2017 I am releasing more of my unreleased material.

Story Behind the Song

I remember as a teen reading in Readers Digest about Love Canal and what the dumping did to that community. I wrote the poem sometime in my 20s and put to the electronic track in the early 2000s. Because of the flint Michigan's water situation, deregulation, pipelines, etc., I think this is a timely as ever composition. We need conversation about how to preserve our natural resources and health now and in the future. A beautiful planet with growing numbers of people and waste. The artists who speak about situations and the people that come up with solutions are necessary.

Song Length
1:34
Genres
Spoken Word - Politics, Spoken Word - Poetry
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Anxious, Troubled

Subject Matter
Town, Village, Lies


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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Label Credits Rat Tale records™