Angel Baby (country)

Ready for commitment.  She’s the one for him. Male Vocal Country style.

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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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Ice Tea & Cigarettes

Remembering a lost loved one by their habits and vices.  Driving Rock/Pop song. Full band production.

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Run Away

Song of young love and fear of being accepted.  Yearning for happiness in a different place.  Sort of a beach groove with a hint of reggae feel to it.  Characterizing a controversial love affair yet with an optimistic mood.

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Pieces

Heartfelt song about pieces left of a relationship that comfort yet remind of of a broken heart.  Mostly female vocal and piano yet builds to a dynamic climax where full band comes in.

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She’s A Lucky One

Themes of breaking down, internalizing, facing anxiety.  The acoustic guitars and violins seem to create a spinning room.  Interesting time changes.  Both Male and Female vocal.

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Every Train

An acoustic driven song with feelings of loss and wanting. Dynamically structured, builds with the lyric.

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Westward

Folk instrumental with some Irish influence.  Colored with acoustic guitar and a beautiful violin melody.  Keywords: travel, wandering, vagabond, countryland, rural.

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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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Candy Store

Female vocal about love being a candy store.  Medium up funky quirky pop.  Full band.

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Midnight Shift Boulevard

This song begins with a gut wrenched, blue collar, distorted harmonica and kicks into a slow blues. To top it off a gritty, greasy, blues vocal lays down a workin’ man blues lyric.

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Leave You Alone

A slick blues song with a classic formulaic blues lyric. “Pain in my heart since you’ve been gone.” Sounds like B.B. King

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Bathetic

Mellow indie rock song that sounds like Cage The Elephant & Arctic Monkeys. Dreamlike and spacious sounding.

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I Feel Afraid

A Contemporary Christian song with Female Vocal. Similar in style to Natalie Grant, Amy Grant, The electronic drums on this song give it an Evanescence feel. Very chill and laid back in a thoughtful way.

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Be Still

An Acoustic Ambient song about finding peace in the Lord – Psalm 139

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Caught In A Dream

This instrumental is made up of interesting chord changes that articulate a specific atmosphere of despair.

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Stretch Out Your Hand (Instrumental)

This instrumental begins with a sorrowful acoustic guitar. For a spell the chords change to more hopeful sounding, but the overall mood of the song is gloomy.

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Stretch Out Your Hand

Song that seeks mercy from God for this cold world. Sounds like Francesca Battistelli and Colbie Caillat. “We need your light to stand” Very meaningful lyric. From the perspective of a damaged individual, pessimistic about the world, requesting help.

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Somewhere Over The Rainbow

An unplugged version of the classic “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” in the Singer/Songwriter style with a beautiful female vocal that is soothing and calm. A must listen.

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Just A Dream

A lonely piano that is almost lullaby sounding in a melancholy way, as if the piano is somehow trying to comfort the listener while there is a constant underlying mood of hurt, heartache, and rejection.

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