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Written and Produced by:
Trevor Hambidge
Released by:
Less Economically Developed Music
Release date:
26 January 2014
℗ 2014 Less Economically Developed Music

The interesting quirk with this song is that the lyrics move forwards to the middle of the song, then run backwards to the end.
Song Comments

Desperado Revue 2024 GK Contenders - 4
Contender for 2024 GK nomination - Alternative Retro and Psychedelic

Met Trevor's music on another site, and recognized a artistic sensibility, vivid, gritty, yearning, happenin' musicality, "goin' back to where we started/home is where the heart is," a toucha strings, tasteful production tho spare, with grand harmonies, strings fx in places, a trippy jaunt, great 60s vibe and also a contemporary sound, with a contemporary resonance...rib'n soul, home is where the heart is, kudos....

Very creative, expressive piece, listen to the whole song, and wanna listen again, kudos...

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song chosen by Steve April “Back to where the start is/home is where the heart is,” a meditation on alienation and home, a gritty, vivid chronicle about a displaced soul meandering through a purgatory, much like Dante, the great poet, scoping out the vivid imagery along the way, the “busdriver,with no regret,” “the sleepy seaside town,” and all. A troubadour with a unique sensibility, shedding light as he goes. Emotive vocal, the grand string section, that recalls a bit “Eleanor Rigby” with its in-your-face persistent, plaintive yearning and graceful figures, the song spirals like a nebulae, the end is the beginning, the beginning is the end, never heard that in a song before done quite this way, super-catchy chorus, also, that brings it all back home...Kudos, Trevor, welcome to the site. I'll hear this song on Mt. Olympus...

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