Flesh And Blood, the 12th and final episode

Flesh And Blood

Keeping with the tradition of The Wonderful World Of Disney’s Sunday night premiere:
Flesh And Blood, the 12th and final episode,
of The Chris London Band First American Album
Retro Video Collection.
This installment, features a thrilling ride through a wonderland of remembrances, and brings to close a project started 25 years ago. Better late than never, but in this case, better late is even better since the accessible technology is now up to the vision. Good things come to those who wait.  Hats off Rick Lesoine and Steve Spirko, for their inspired performances then and now, picked it back up like it was yesterday, and playing with conviction.  We worked these tunes through lots of gigs before laying down the tracks in 1996, and Flesh And Blood, was nicknamed “The Schpay Killer”.  The final outcome was a true band effort. Check out the First American Album Video Album in its entirety,good way to kill a half hour or so on a rainy Sunday night.
Thank you all, and stay tuned.

Flesh And Blood

I Got It On My Mind
I'll Get It Right This Time
I Got Some Words I Got To Say
Into My Mind They Flew
And I'm Gonna Tell You
Before They Slip Away

Flesh And Blood 
Flesh And Blood 
You're The Only One
You're The Only One 
That's Part Of Me
Flesh And Blood 
Flesh And Blood
Stuck Together 
From Above
Living Out Our Lives 
On Open Sea

But When It's Bad 
It's So Bad
And It's Sad 
It's So Sad
Let Live 
Before It Is Too Late

I'm Gonna Tell You The Truth
We Are The Living Proof
You Can Count On That For Sure
I Got Some Words To Say
Before They Slip Away
Come On Over Let Me Tell You More
Flesh And Blood 
Flesh And Blood
I Believe In You  
I Carry All Your Secrets 
In My Heart
Flesh And Blood 
Flesh And Blood
I Love You

But When It's Bad 
It's So Bad
And It's Sad
It's So Sad
Let Live 
It Never Is Too Late
 
Words, Music and Video Production: Chris London
© 1996, 2015, 2020 Kachji Music ASCAP All rights reserved

Featuring: Rick LeSoine, bass, and Steve “Schpaybo” Spirko drums
Original recordings; Skip Detrick, Boom-A-Room Studios, Bushkill. PA

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