Love Music

Authentic 1970s recording. Psychedelic hippy influenced jam about love. Peace.

Smooth male vocal.  Funky groove with jam band, congas, wurly keyboard, talkbox, and psychedelic effects.

Artist: Bill Sandwick

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Where’s The Crowd

Authentic late 1970s recording ala “Queen” meets the “Beatles”  This epic song has many facets of simple to enthusiastic to psychedelic.  Light orchestration and solo voice, too big harmonies, and full on rock pop band.  The character is searching for hope.  The upbeat section enlightens.

Artist: Bill Sandwick

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Funky Sox

Recorded in the late 1970s.  Let’s boogie.  This time piece of a gem makes you think of flared pants, polyester suit, disco balls, and getting your groove on.  Out of sight man!

Artist: Jeff Silverman

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Forever and Ever

Recorded in the late 1970s.  Let’s boogie.  This time piece of a gem makes you think of flared pants, polyester suit, disco balls, and getting your groove on.  Out of sight man!

Artist: Jeff Silverman

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Babycake Walk

Recorded in 1978.  This funky instrumental gem will get you funkin and jivin like your life’s a disco.

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Uncle Freddie

Albert King, Muddy Waters, Allman Brothers… This is a classic blues with a crunchy guitar and swing jazz feel on the drums.

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Thank You

A stunning cover of the classic Led Zeppelin song “Thank You” The vocal on this song is so sincere and vulnerable its sexy, an absolute must listen.

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Bump In The Night

Retro disco sounding track with a chill female vocal. Lyrics talk of neon lights, downtown city streets, the club. Song begs to be played on a chill limo ride, in the headphones of a twilight silhouette strutting down the streets of LA, or out of a car stereo overwhelmed by the city lights.

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Bump In The Night Instrumental

Chill, laid back, feel good track with a hint of disco. Electronic sounds and jangly guitar make up this instrumental. Decorated with a few break downs of select instruments to keep things interesting. Maintains a constant mood throughout of cool and carefree. Sounds like Daft Punk.

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It’s Good

Retro 70’s theme bouncy, upbeat, and positive. Everything is good.
Perfect for product advertisement.

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