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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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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Oblivious

Pop Groove song about finding yourself.

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Roots

Rock Roots song. Sounds like Third Day, Melissa Etheridge, Indigo Girls, Amy Ray

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The Grateful Allman

Noodle dancing classic jam band rock ala: Grateful Dead meets The Allman Brothers.

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Such A Long Time

A pop rock song about the “Prodigal Son”. Bouncy and light feeling with an interesting Female vocal, hip hop like beat, and Male Rapper. Curious verse and catchy chorus. Perfect for religious/spiritual scene. Check out the breakdown in the middle of the song.

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Who Are We

Up beat, female vocal with pop/rock full band production. Lyrics deal with accepting yourself and being satisfied in how you were created.

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Made To Be

This track begins with bouncy Sara Bareilles sounding riffing on piano and guitar. It instantly sets a playful minor mood with an elegant female vocal. Very catchy chorus melody that would work perfect for a religious/ spiritual scene or a theme of someone seeing the very essence in another.

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Light Up The City

Modern Indie Rock Song – It’ll have you singing from the roof top clapping along and smiling with an infectious grin. Perfect for a cool kid party, hanging out on a summer night, or any project that needs a festive sound for hipsters.

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