Anthem for the Men of the West
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Hobo's Goodbye

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The Exiles

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Ancestor Song

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At 13 Mr. Lee decided that he wanted to be a songwriter and wrote his first melody, found in "Anthem For The Men Of The West" (see below). He then played in garage rock bands,  high school dances, fairs, and bars for a few years, enough to hurt his ears. At 19 due to a spiritual longing Mr. Lee  abandoned music to learn about religion and God. He continued to and play sporadically. But it was only at the age of 50 that he began to record his songs. Having both historic perspective and rich musical influences, he is a new and genuinely unique American artist  suddenly arrived. Based on his first offering, he is likely to go down in the annals as one of America's important songwriters.

Mr. Lee has mastered a rich musical lexicon. From the Enya-esque Gregorian Chants buried at the end of "The Exiles," to its crunch metal guitar chords, to the Beach Boyish backing vocals of "Johnny Oh," or the simple folkishness of songs like "Ancestor Song" and "There's Really No Goodbye" -- you can hear decades of musical flavors. The music is like old hits  never heard. But Lee's songsmanship and voice are fresh and unique, and his lyrical content is  rebellious and new. Original melody, song crafting, strong vocals, and pungent political message  make Julian Lee one of the most fascinating songwriters of our time straight out of the box.



 
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Hobo's Goodbye

A fun wanderer's song. Unique but with pleasing shades of "King of the Road" and an early-60's "eastern metropolitan" vibe of songs like "Groovin."



The Exiles

An astonishing song, perhaps Lee's signature piece. Building from brooding tension, it  returns us to the power of composition and the art of musical climax. With a pleasing mix of acoustic instruments --  cello and violin -- plus Mr. Lee's dramatic  vocals and e- guitar,. "The Exiles"  is operatic in scope. In its breathtaking ending  an enraged Creator mourns the departure of Adam and Eve from Eden,  as  the world begins.



Ancestor Song

A gentle acoustic melody  about the eternal bond between parents and their children. A new European-American Lullabye.


Johnny Oh --
Fusillade for the White Man
A whirlwind lark through the country with a village of voices appreciating one of it's natural men with natural understanding. Sounds like a classic American song that was hidden from time.


There's Really No Goodbye

About a universal repeating human event: Leaving, going, dying. Unique surprise ending, one of Lee's trademarks.<form act


Hymn For Dresden

A moving, anthemic song that mourns the destruction of the ancient city of Dresden in the last engineered war that killed 50 million worldwide. The Allies'  fire bombing experiment turned the beautiful, ancient city into a storm of fire in one night. This genuine and indisputable holocaust killed at least twenty-five thousand non-combatant Germans (the conservative estimate; other estimates range much higher), wounded 30,000, and destroyed one of the most  beautiful cities of Europe. The author Kurt Vonnegut was enlisted in Germany and was one of the men who had to collect heaps of burned bodies after the holocaust, writing about it in his book "Slaughterhouse Five." Dresden was called  "The Paris on the Elbe." It filled with beautiful gothic period churches and was a center of European music, art and culture --  including ancient universities and was a manufacturing center for orchestral instruments and much more.  It had wonderful, broad, walking avenues. The city did not have major strategic value, was a gathering center for German refugees and wounded considered to be off limits for bombing, and it was attacked very late in the war when  the Germans were already in retreat and basically beaten. Dresden was also a major center of the Catholic Church, with many churches and monasteries. Notably, the city of Nagasaki in Japan -- also without much strategic value -- was also the  Catholic center of Japan. The destruction of Dresden was a revenge act and an act of hatred against the German people and Christianity. Later, immediately after the war, General Eisenhower penned up more than a million German soldiers with no food, shelter, or sanitation and simply watched them starve. This true story has been hidden from the west, and along with Dresden is the closest thing to a real "genocidal holocaust" to have occurred in WWII.

My White Soul
(Anthem For The
Men Of The West)

Julian's first melody, begun at the age of 13, is a song that rebels against the  anti-White media and schools campaigns ,  proclaiming White European ethnic pride and identity. "Suddenly I saw your  face. Inspiration! Beauty I'd fight for, your heart like food" speaks of the eternal inspiration given to the hearts of White males by their women.

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