Recorded in 1978. This funky instrumental gem will get you funkin and jivin like your life’s a disco.
Dance Pop that is magical.
Upbeat Indie Pop female vocal about positivity, overcoming, and “Spread Your Love Around.”
Artist: Jayme Squires
With a Dion or Franki Vali style vocal this song captures that early Rock & Roll sound. Sounds straight off of American Bandstand. Vintage. Vintage recording from the early 1960s.
Straight from a 1950’s High School dance this track has that slow dance beat that our grandparents all loved with the raked electric guitar strumming. A total Richie Valens style serenade.
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.
Feel good, tongue in cheek, cute love song. Full band production with female vocal.
R&B Pop Female vocal. Tough relationships has caused our girl to go “Sugar Free”
Singer songwriter pop r&b retro. Female vocal about her boy, “My Honey”
Upbeat and fun.
Jazz Combo – Vibes, Guitar, Bass, Drums Hopeful melodies and swingin rhythm. Instrumental.
Jazz combo – Vibes, Guitar, Bass Drums. Swinging upbeat positive feel.
Cute chill female Singer Songwriter song about running off with your lover. Playful swingin rhodes, uke, full band production.
Female vocal about love being a candy store. Medium up funky quirky pop. Full band.
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.
Soulful Singer Songwriter. Starts mellow and reggae like. Upbeat half way through.
A straight up blues song with a classic, standard blues lyrical form. The guitar is featured on this track with tasty blues licks in between vocal phrases.
A blues song about a crazy woman who takes all your money. Check out the harmonica on this song its the bluesy melodic icing on the cake to this track.
This is a definitive Garage rock song. Lyrics dripping with clever sexual innuendo. “My Lady’s Got A Toolbox” falls into the indie garage rock with a twist of classic rock, but stands on its own originality.
A quick paced modern hip-hop/club instrumental. High energy dance pop track. All electronic.
Noodle dancing classic jam band rock ala: Grateful Dead meets The Allman Brothers.
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