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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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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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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If They Only Knew

Warm, serene, female vocal over melancholy acoustic guitar, cello, and full band production ending with an epic instrumental build. The lyrics “If they only knew she cries herself to sleep” creates a story with thought provoking themes of hurt or depression.

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Problem of Pain

2010’s Indie Rock meets British Invasion. Upbeat infectious ditty that would have Paul and Ringo joining in.  She bop She bop.  Lyrically this is no trite little song, but wrestles tongue in cheek with how we struggle with pain. “What’s with this game of pain, And why didn’t someone show me how to play”

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