by Bobby Franano

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The album cover comes from a painting entitled "Swirl" painted by Bobby Franano, "The Pop Surrealist," in December 2013. It is acrylic on wood and measures 30 x 50 inches.

The song Swirl was written for all the bad girls in the world and God's forgiveness for them. Bobby says, "In my eyes, it's good to be bad sometimes."

More information about Bobby's art and music projects can be found at www.bobbyfranano.com.


released March 8, 2014
Written by Bobby Franano, Pete Sebastian and Scott Rees for the Scott Rees Band.



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Bobby Franano West Palm Beach, Florida

Known as "The Pop Surrealist" artist Bobby Franano showed prodigious talent in music and visual arts from his earliest years. Bobby recorded on many albums and designed 2 album covers. His musical projects include The Front, Bakers Pink, Jellyside Down, The Scott Rees Band, as well as a demo project with Clarence Clemmons. He now devotes his talents to painting and is exhibited internationally. ... more

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