playlist artwork#12 this weekBitter Sweet

by Leo Bowers


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  • Published: Oct 5, 2013



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Good track

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May 17, 2013

Track : Bitter Sweet

Very good! :)
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May 27, 2013

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veramente un ottimo brano!

Very Nice

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May 18, 2013

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Great song, very good vocals. great download.

Contemporary Take on a “Soulful” R & B Single

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May 21, 2013

“The Groove is Hot but Bitter Sweet, Brothers and Sisters. So, Kick Back and Relax and Let Leo lead the Way...” Immediately upon hearing this Laid-back Single Saunter Lazily through the air—those old enough to remember the Late 70s might have heard a DJ on the local R & B Radio Station utter such a phrase. Cow Bell to Blues and Electric Bass hit all the Right Notes but it's Bowers' Hypnotic Voice which gives the Mix the Magic. Bitter might be in the Title but this Single is ALL SWEET.

Great song !

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Jul 22, 2013

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Congrats, thanks for sharing ;)

The best sonic production of a Leo Bowers work, that I listened so far.

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Jul 15, 2014

If there were any doubts, here's what a better quality production, can do for musical creation, when quality is also its middle name. It ain't no need to be an expert, to acknowledge some qualities to Leo Bowers. He has got a musical soul and the ability, to transmit it. More even, he was blessed with a voice, that fit very well, in the musical areas, in which he seems to orbit, that, as I see it, have the rhythm and blues as gravitational center with occasional incursions into a few other musical areas, such as country, rock or even popular music. I know that, the so called quality productions, often have a wicked effect on music, which passes by the "cleaning" of incapacities or lack of ability, but, in the case... and going through some of the Bowers discography, may undo any doubts... clearly, served the only purpose of enhancing the qualities which we sense that were there, since the very beginning of the creative process. Bitter sweet, so be it, still, a bit sweeter than usual.