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"A Different Road"
Steve Vansak
"A Different Road"
Genre: Pop
 
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Singer/songwriter/guitarist Steve Vansak was born and raised in Gary, Indiana, home of steel mills and the Jackson 5. Sandwiched between Chicago and miles of farmland, Vansak experienced many different lifestyles and musi...  more »

     
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All Artists: Steve Vansak
Title: "A Different Road"
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: SBV
Original Release Date: 12/11/2001
Release Date: 12/11/2001
Genre: Pop
Style: Singer-Songwriters
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 637041752928

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Singer/songwriter/guitarist Steve Vansak was born and raised in Gary, Indiana, home of steel mills and the Jackson 5. Sandwiched between Chicago and miles of farmland, Vansak experienced many different lifestyles and musical styles. A veteran of the Midwest music scene, his bands have run the gamut from R&B, folk, pop, and rock. All of these influences and more affect his latest release "A Different Road". The ten track CD features the rock sounds of "Rocks and Bone" and "Mountain of Pain", as well as the street soul of "Peace with the Night". Vansak is backed by the Joe Roberts Band (Bill Hayden - piano & organ, Mike Sluga - drums, Aaron Yakovetz - bass), who shine on the stylistically diverse collection of songs. The disc is housed in an handsome digipak with an 8 page booklet. All the better to take in the "real world" lyrics from each tune. If you enjoy Tom Petty, U2, Train, Bruce Springsteen, David Gray, then give this CD a try!

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Great collection of songs!
PartyGirl | Merrillville, IN USA | 01/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD is like a collection of short stories - each song has its own character and voice. The songs all hold together but are different enough in theme and style to keep your interest right to the last song. "Rocks and Bone" is probably the best and my next favorites actually come toward the end of the CD, starting with the title track.The music sounds great, the artwork is very cool, and I can't wait to hear Steve and the band play these songs live!"