It’s hard to imagine Sire Bass Pro has ever sounded so good.
That’s a little bit of a letdown, given its first album was called “No Time” and it’s now been reissued as the second album “A Song for the Streets.”
But Sire is a brand new, entirely original sound.
The band is releasing a collection of songs that it’s calling “No-Time” — and the first of these is a classic from the 1970s called “Time.”
The song was recorded at the band’s home studio in Nashville, Tennessee.
It’s a ballad about getting caught in a time warp in 1970s America, and the group’s first single, “Time” and the song’s chorus were recorded in 1977.
It also features the likes of bassist Sirehead Dave Davenport, and bassist Dave Deveron.
“It’s just a very, very simple song,” bassist Robyn Lees told Recode.
“The melody is just a basic piano melody, but it’s just so beautiful, so powerful.”
The lyrics were written by longtime Sire singer-guitarist Dan Burdette, and they’re one of the few Sire songs that’s still going strong.
They’re also one of only a few songs on No-Time that has been reworked into a new version of the song, a new live version, or a live video.
In the meantime, you can listen to the song below, which features the same instrumental as the original.
The original version, on the left, is on the cover of the new version on the right.
(The original version on Sire’s official website is still available for download, though.)
The new version, featuring new vocalist Dan B. (the same person who sang the song in the 1970’s), has been remixed by the band.
The new live video is also a lot cleaner.
There’s also a new intro and outro for the new song.
“No time is too short,” the band says in the video, which you can watch above.
“Time is like a dream.
It is what you’ve always dreamed of.”
“No times is too long,” the group continues.
“What happens is that you fall in love, you fall out of love, and then you have to go back and live again.
And then you come back and have to fall back again.
But there is no time.”
And if you fall, the song says, “time is not lost.”
“Time’s what makes you happy.”
The band also recently released a video for the song.
You can watch the video below, and you can check out a new cover of “Time,” which was also released earlier this year.
The video has a lot of interesting moments, too, like the moment where bassist Dan Devero talks to a group of friends.
You hear that familiar, “I’m a ball of fire and I’m going to burn you all up.”
And then, when the video ends, we hear the lyrics.
“When the time is right, the day is right.”
The video for “Time”, which was released earlier in the year, is no longer available.
It was originally released in December, but now you can stream it below.