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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Candy Store

Feel good, tongue in cheek, cute love song. Full band production with female vocal.

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The City Streets

This is a song that grows and evolves dynamically as an euphoric scene unfolds and the sources of this euphoria sort of act as characters in the lyrics.  A very crisp and clear mix driven by a strong acoustic guitar in an alternative folk arrangement.

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In The Morning

This track is carried by a thought provoking violin that sort of calls to mind a fast forward look at memories of the past.  Sounds like senior year of high school coming to a close.  Coming of age.

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My Honey

Singer songwriter pop r&b retro.  Female vocal about her boy, “My Honey”

Upbeat and fun.

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Take You Down

Pop Rock adrenaline.  Male vocal.  Ready to “Take You Down”

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Chardonnay – instrumental

Jazz Combo: Vibes, Guitar, Bass, Drums      Swinging medium up groove with a catchy loungey melody.

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Take Me South – instrumental

Jazz combo – Vibes, Guitar, Bass Drums.  Swinging upbeat positive feel.

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Don’t Blame Me

Chicago Blues

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Seamless

Upbeat Driving Indie Rock.  Cathcy memorable Guitar riff.  Middle section hook melody with oohs.   Lyric about moving on with life from a young perspective.

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So Cold

Garage Rock.  Cool Male vocal how she’s “So Cold”  Slower verses explode into upbeat chorus and ending.  Sounds like Black Keys, White Stripes, and Wolf Mother.

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I Found Out Why

A song that encompasses the Rock & Roll lifestyle.  Heavy riffage on this tune.  Quick tempo, feel good party song.

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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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So Wound Up

A down to earth country song that sounds like Kenny Chesney. Lyric about a girl getting excited to hangout with you. This is a feel good song.

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Single Girl Swag

Electronic Pop instrumental with a touch of old school big band era

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Swanky Swag

Groovin Funky Dance Pop Instrumental

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Got It Made – instrumental

Electronic with a touch of island. Hip and cool.

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She’s The Devil

A stereotypical blues song about a woman being evil. This song has certainly got the blues, sounds like Paul Butterfield.

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