Barry shares the optimism of the Flower Power era and the consciousness of the Civil Rights movement in beautiful songs and positive stories and sounds. Includes: My Lost Sweetheart, Pia vocals and chords, 2 pages. Our Ecstasy, Pia, bass, vocals and chords, 6 pages. Guitar Jam, Guitar, bass and chords, 2 pages. (I Think I'll) Love You Forever, Jazz Love Song, Pia & vocals, 1 page. Lilly's Song, Pia Improvisation, 1 page. Don't Be Deceived, Pia, bass, horn, vocals, 6 pages. Bionic Boogie, Pia solo, 2 pages. Venice Caprice No. 4, Pia solo, 2 pages. Venice Caprice No. 3 Pterodactyl, Pia solo, 5 pages. Venice Caprice No. 2, Pia solo, 2 pages. Venice Caprice No. 1, Pia solo, 3 pages. Medimate, 1 Pia solo, page. Barry's First, Pia solo, 2 pages.
Barry Vincent was both a Love Child of the 1960s & a Soul Brother. In this colorful book you get plenty of the idealism of the flower-power love generation, and also the self-rightous indignation of proud black nationalism. There are many feelings that can't be expressed in words but music is the perfect medium to get the listener involved. This is a reason that there are so many performance instructions which are actually moods and attitudes. Music allows you to capture a feeling, document a time and place, paint a picture - sometimes better than the visual arts. Music is a language that sometimes says things that words simply can't communicate. Make your experience eternal by writing it down. Let us thank those that have upheld traditions, carried on culture, language, forms and feelings that would have otherwise been neglected, and sometimes even sadly lost forever. Barry shares the optimism of the Flower Power era and the consciousness of the Civil Rights movement in beautiful songs and positive stories and sounds.