David Campanelli is a singer song writer focusing on piano rock with a touch of blues and world music. In this collection there is a little bit for everyone. Several strong rock numbers such as ' One More Ride' a tribute to the American Biker and the open road; ' Morning Moon' the story of a man who could not show his invisible love. Some fun rock dance materials such as ' Spooky Debbie' a glitzy look at glam rock ' On The Grift' based on the movie the Grifters and ' Tease' which is about the date that never shows up. There is a dedication to the freedom trail during slavery called ' Quilt Code' which was a form of communication through the American farmland for runaway slaves. ' Darth Vadar in Candyland' is a dark look inside a scared child's mind and is dedicated to any child who offered blind faith only to be betrayed. ' The Old Man' touches on the generations and how life continues to evolve, while ' PinHead' pokes fun at the kid in school who always made fun of everyone else, ( I think you know someone like that) ' Inner City Blues' is dedicated to the homeless Vitenam Vet who would shave his hair to survive outside City Hall In New York. ' Faces of Passion' is a short look at dying love and the title track ' Open Up' is advice to all although hardly ever followed.