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SOURCE: Paul Sybert
Paul Sybert wrote "Call Me Anytime" after living and working away from home. Paul wrote this song in a "blues" format melody.
Monterey, CA (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Paul Sybert wrote "Call Me Anytime" after living and working in Georgia and returning to New York State. Paul ask himself do my friends in Georgia remember me or do I just remember them. Paul wrote this song.
Paul's teacher Eric Ross was very helpful as a teacher: Paul went to his house every month for ten years. Eric taught Paul a lot about music construction and music theory. Eric taught Paul about major 7ths chords, and minor 7ths chords, augmented chords, diminished chords and transposing into other keys. Eric taught Paul about blues and country blues melody construction. Eric pushed Paul hard to learn and it was a productive ten years.
Eric also taught Paul that in his pain and discomfort Paul could write songs instead of just feeling badly translating feeling into song productivity. Paul Sybert owes much to Eric's teaching over that period of time and Eric even suggested a good local recording studio; Eric opened new doors musically for Paul Sybert.
As much as Paul Sybert loves women, Paul knows that behind every physical love there is heart break and after that the inevitable mourning period. Paul's angels have become very important to Paul to get him through the night and help him get a good night's sleep.
The lyrics of this song are also in my book, "The Dreamer and the Hummingbird". You can purchase this book in any retail book store or from Paul Sybert's website. http://www.paulsybert.com and go to page “Order CD from Paul (listen here).”
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