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All I Do Is Bleed

4-Track EP, Pre-Release March 23rd; on sale April 4, 2019.

Patrick Ames’ newest EP is a small gift of 4 tracks, easy to listen to, and easy to sing along with. From R&B Downtempo, to American Top 40, to Classical Crossover, to Latin Folk/Pop, the new EP affirms Ames’ propensity to travel through music with his stories and emotions. A prolific songwriter, the sixty-ish songwriter shares the stage with his two vocalists, Chana and Mikaela, and adds an Argentinian guitarist, Paulo Augustin Rzeszut.

During the EP project, Ames visited Buenos Aires and brought back mucho Latin inspiration. You can hear it in the tracks, accoustic guitar work and percussion, just like the streets of San Telmo in Buenos Aires. The EP starts with I Want You, an R&B Downtempo with Tango strumming and chord progressions. While You Were Making Babies is a straight-forward Top 40 Radio hit, pure American, pure Ames with voice a ‘crackling. Queen Kae is a Classical Crossover, written for his mother, who was a choral member and vocalist. And Te Amaba Locamente, written in Buenos Aires, allows Mikaela and Ames to duet in Spanish as he roughshod over Latin music in general. It’s fun, it’s fast, and there isn’t a single protest song in the batch, making this EP a gift of thoroughly enjoyable songwriting.

Seek Ames out in the SF Bay Area as he plays in small venues and ignores the music scenes.

Twitter = @patrickames

Email Patrick directly =  patrick at the domainname of this place

 

 

Patrick Ames Bio

Ames began writing songs in 1968 when he was 14 years old. He inherited a guitar and dozens of classic albums from his older brothers who went off to college. An avid songwriter and performer during his own college tenure, he went into book publishing after briefly attempting the music circuit as a songwriter in 1976. Now, in his early 60s, Ames has returned to songwriting armed with decades of wordsmithing, book publishing, and decades of practice. Ames performs at small venues around the SF Bay Area prefering intimate settings with the audience.