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Unruly Child - "Living In Someone Else's Dream" (lyric video)

Unruly Child: συγκρότημα μελωδικού rock από τις ΗΠΑ. Δημιουργήθηκε το 1991 και συνεχίζει (με αρκετά διαλείμματα) μέχρις τις ημέρες μας. Έχει κυκλοφορήσει έξι στουντιακούς δίσκους (επτά, αν συνυπολογίσουμε και το "Tormented" της Marcie Free) συν ένα live album (πέρυσι). Το νέο δισκογραφικό πόνημα τιτλοφορείται "Big Blue World" κι αναμένεται τον επόμενο μήνα...

Band: Unruly Child
Country of origin: United States
Location: Los Angeles, California
Formed in: 1991
Genre: AOR, Melodic Rock
Years active: 1991-1992, 1998-2003, 2010-present

Lyric video: "Living In Someone Else's Dream"
Album: "Big Blue World"
Type: Full length
Release date: August 9th, 2019
Label: Frontiers Music Srl
Format: CD

Track listing:
01. Living In Someone Else’s Dream
02. All Over The World
03. Dirty Little Girl
04. Breaking The Chains
05. Are These Words Enough
06. Will We Give Up Today
07. Beneath A Steady Rain
08. The Harder They Will Fall
09. Down And Dirty
10. The Hard Way

Band members:
Marcie Free - Vocals
Bruce Gowdy - Guitars, bass, keyboards, vocals
Guy Allison - Keyboards, percussion, vocals
Larry Antonio - Bass, vocals
Jay Schellen - Drums

Το βίντεο των Unruly Child για το "Living In Someone Else's Dream" από το album "Big Blue World"
Δελτίο τύπου: «Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the release of Unruly Child’s seventh studio album, entitled “Big Blue World”! Since the initial release of the critically acclaimed "Unruly Child” in 1991, all the band members have successfully pursued accomplished careers in the music industry.

Marcie Michelle Free, one of the world's finest singers of recent times, and most renowned transgender vocalists, first released a solo record as Mark Free, entitled “Long Way From Love”, in 1993 and then another solo record as Marcie Free, “Tormented” in 1996.

Guitarist Bruce Gowdy and keyboardist Guy Allison also kept quite busy over the years. They produced two more Unruly Child records and participated in another World Trade album with drummer Jay Schellen (YES). They have also pursued other projects and their reputation as writers, performers, and arrangers is second to none with their experience working with the likes of Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple), Bobby Kimball (Toto), Doobie Brothers, Boz Scaggs, Air Supply, and The Moody Blues, to name a few.

The group, in its constant state of evolution, has generated an exciting new album reflective of their musical roots in contemporary and classic rock. With the return to the original line-up, they have discovered that while time may pass, some things never change.»

Guy Allison: «For this album, there was a conscious decision to merge the best of what Unruly Child does, while still evolving. You know, melodic rock, but with that unique Unruly Child approach,” says Guy Allison. "It’s hard for us to stand still and repeat ourselves, but we also cannot help but sound like “us”, irrespective of any artistic lateral movement.

While I’m sometimes surprised what catches the ears of our fans, I think that the album has something for everyone. this album was written (except for the few songs we pulled out of our 'Rabbit Hole' writing sessions, and subsequently reworked) in about 14 days. After we get a structure roughly recorded, I’ll listen to the track until the melody magically shows up, seemingly out of thin air. Sometimes I’ll have a partial lyric, sometimes just a melody that I’m singing nonsense syllables to.

I’m really lucky these days to have another wordsmith to work with. In the past, I’ve been the lyricist of most of the songs that I’ve been a writer on, but now I have Betsy Summers to do some of the heavy lifting with me in that department. On some songs I’ll say, “I’ve got this melody, what do ya got?”. On other songs I’ll say, “I’ve got the first verse, but I need a second verse, here’s a pencil”. She always delivers.

The rest of the time is spent giving the recordings the attention that they need to become Unruly Child tracks. Finishing the process is a lot like having a block of marble and chipping away at it until the statue underneath is revealed. For us, it’s always been the art of discovering what the song wants to be. Sometimes it’s immediate and sometimes it takes a little longer, but we always get what we’re after. It’s not much different than it was in 1991. We just have more experience now, and better gear!»


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