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Pat Keen ‘Cell Song’ : A recognition, trying desperately to deflect the corruption from without.

Pat Keen

“I wrote ‘Cell Song’ visiting my parents cabin/now home in northern Wisconsin,” remembered Pat Keen. “I was sitting on the dock on a summer night, contemplating yet again what my relationship is with my family. That same place is where I’ve written countless songs.”

Mindfully apparent, in all of his whistles of finger strokes, Pat recommends with slight of voice and emotional contingence. A revelry of supple contentions, contrasts dilapidated buildings upon a street, of mind and of fantasy. Boarded up visions, broken down into rays of sunlight; warming the evident truths and self adaptation, to such.

Pat’s lyrics – timelessly apparent – dig deep to fully view thy self. A recognition, trying desperately to deflect the corruption from without.

Solace glows, with Pat Keen’s ‘Cell Song’.

Pat performs, records, composes and arranges in jazz, experimental rock, folk and indie settings.

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