Art For Sale

by Count Bass D

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Art For Sale 03:15
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No Good 02:27
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Beno 02:41
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Fat Girl 02:57
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4-28-74 03:36
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Soyini 03:51
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about

My compositions from 1996-1997 were of a newlywed in his early twenties on the verge of fatherhood. I did not understand how far reaching my art would be. It was a heavy time for me and I attempted to leave a work behind that would clear up some of who I thought I was as opposed to what Pre-Life Crisis presented me as. Of all Count Bass D projects, Art For Sale emotionally moves listeners most. I am humbled by the sincerity of comments made about this project and glad I'm still alive to hear what people thought of it. There may ever be beautiful harmony in my life, but I hope GOD grants mercy to my soul here and where my spirit will be when I die.

R.I.P. Beno
R.I.P. Grover Washington Jr

-Dwight Farrell
April 2005

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released April 30, 2005

Writer, Producer, Performer: Count Bass D
Photographer: Kathy Morgan
Original Art Direction and Design: Brian Bottcher
Art Design: die
Co-Producer, Engineer, Aux Drum Programming, Drums on 4-28-74: Matt Mahaffey
Publishing: (c)1997 Dwight Farrell's Music (BMI)

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Count Bass D

Count Bass began an extended and prolific release schedule in 2009 that includes his 2017 Snoop Dogg collaboration “Too Much Pressure,” praised by the New York Times for, “luscious, velvety, soothing, slow funk.”
After 25 years, Count Bass D is busier than ever, releasing the instrumental album Edibles in late 2019, the sequel Edibles 2 in early 2020, and his 10th vocal solo album CBD.
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