Practicing law for 16 years, and co-founding an investment management company, the Toronto, Canada-based composer, musician and recording artist, Deane Nesbitt Jr., has also seen his share of musical success; particularly considering the extraordinary fact that he does not read music.
An impressive musical anthology includes Everywhere From Here, Castaway, Music In Search Of A Movie, and of course his most recent project, Soundtracks In The Sand. This new album contains music which actually serves as the soundtrack for the two short films, “Change for Chimps” and “Legacy of War”, as well as the short video, “Upbeat”.
The album’s standout single, Tracking The Soldier, sees Nesbitt’s compositional skills peaking in tasteful ways as flutes, bagpipes and acoustic guitar provide a gentle, highlander-style melody, which collides in stirring fashion with military-style drums near the 2/3 mark to create a cathartic, cinematic finish.
For more of the same, be sure to check out Deane’s growing library of original music.
BELOW: Listen to Deane Nesbitt Jr.’s new song, Tracking The Soldier, and connect with his website and social media platforms. Please support Deane Nesbitt Jr. by visiting him online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing his music! And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!