PRLog - Feb. 13, 2012 - The highly anticipated Limited Edition of the new Lee DeWyze release What Once Was arrives just in time for Valentine’s Day on February 14th. Still looking for a meaningful gift to your significant other? How about an eargasm with a romantic collection of songs?
Although the songs on What Once Was were recorded from 2006-2010 before Lee DeWyze won American Idol, they are an experience worth sharing, diving into Lee’s past, and showcasing his considerable songwriting talents.
What Once Was is an irresistible essential for all lovers, and a memorabilia for fans worldwide.
It’s no surprise Ken Morton, a writer for Highwire Daze heralded What Once Was, “the most versatile and unpredictable of the three album[s]” and stated, "check into What Once Was as well as the other releases from the WuLi vaults (So I'm Told and Slumberland)
"These songs are too good to be locked in a vault and it would have been a crime to not share them", shared Ryan McGuire, one of the founders of Wuli Records.
Buy the album via iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/
About Wuli Records
Louis Svitek and Ryan T. McGuire founded Wuli Records in 2004 in Chicago, Illinois and were signed to Universal Music Group/Fontana for national distribution and In Grooves for global distribution in 2010. Wuli, which is Mandarin for “patterns of organic energy”, represents the philosophy of the Owners who aim to channel talent by providing full–service artist development.Svitek and McGuire each have over 25 years audio engineering, production and live performance experience. Wuli has no limit to their artistic capabilities as they have successfully produced all genres of music.
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