D. S. Bradford

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Stolen away were the bitter ends of yesterday,
Marked for destruction,
Mark these words,
Bellowed from the collective consciousness,
Of all that is pure,
A life that we don't understand.

D. S. Bradford (1982-12-10) is an American musician, composer, songwriter, and illustrator who has written and recorded music based upon the subject of humanity, focusing on the prospect of harmony and tolerance in order to preserve peace.

Quotes[edit]

  • Humans. Our world and everything in it, through direct and indirect actions, evolves to survive and adapt. We are peaceful, but we are also destructive. Elemental Evolution is about evolving into a form of ourselves that is conscious of peace and embraces love.
    • Elemental Evolution announcement, Muzic Magazine (July 25, 2016) [1]

Elemental Evolution (2016)[edit]

  • By now the ghosts have gone to bed
    Exhaling the last breath of a revolution
    Cycling on to the next existence
    In the Elemental Evolution
    • Elemental Evolution, [1], chorus

A Call To The Stars II: A Home In The Sky (2016)[edit]

  • When the rains have fallen down
    We can live our lives underground
    No recollection of before
    We'll make our own history
    Fulfill our destiny
    For sure, we can save humanity
    • A Call To The Stars II: A Home In The Sky [2], verse 1
  • One end begins another
    The countdown to infinity
    A better life
    A better way
    • A Call To The Stars II: A Home In The Sky, verse 2, lines 1-4
  • Stolen away were the bitter ends of yesterday
    Marked for destruction
    Mark these words
    Bellowed from the collective consciousness
    Of all that is pure
    A life that we don't understand
    • A Call To The Stars II: A Home In The Sky, verse 2, lines 5-11

External links[edit]

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  • Muzic Magazine (July 25, 2016). D. S. Bradford To Release Elemental Evolution. Retrieved on August 17, 2016.