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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You’ve Got To Live

Sara Bareilles style female vocal with strong piano center.  Melancholic verse transforms into an uplifting chorus.  Very Dynamic and soaring.

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Prayer

Piano centered singer/songwriter track with a dark vibe.  Similar artists: Tove Lo.  Authentic production.

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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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Don’t Blame Me

Chicago Blues ala Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters… Uptempo with piano.

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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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Candy Store

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

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The Sun Came Up Brighter Today

A driven song with an inspirational message.  Some dynamic contrast yet mostly driving throughout.

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Pieces

Sweet female singer songwriter song about broken releationships.  Soft Piano and vocal that expands into full production.

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Rescue Me

Dark song in the style of Evanescence.  Feelings of drowning, gasping for air, suffocation.  Heavy guitars and drums

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Don’t Blame Me

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.

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Crazy Woman Blues

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.

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Linkin Avenue

Instrumental much like Linkin Park in mood and vibe. Would work for action adventure or dark and mysterious. Electric guitars and full band production that moves menacingly making a great fit for a alien/monster.

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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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You Reign

A CCM / worship song. Moderate slow tempo. Referencing God’s beauty to the stars in the sky and that God reigns over the universe. Describes his power and glory with a calm verse and a strong chorus.

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Never Forget A Face

Upbeat positive pop song about your worth and uniqueness in this world. God never forgets a face. Very motivational and uplifting song perfect for a religious/spiritual scene or Vacation Bible School.

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I Will Live For You

A worship song about dedicating and living your life for God. Mixed Female/Male vocal (duet). This is a full band production ballad that is mellow and calm with an emotional vocal. Would work nicely for a spiritual/religious scene.

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God My Shepherd

This track is a driving pop song that would make a perfect fit for a spiritual/religous scene. This song has a mystical mood and a catchy chorus which makes it applicable in an upbeat Youth group setting.

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All Day Long

Upbeat worship song about praising God everyday with a catchy melody that sticks in your head. Female Vocal with full band production. Very bright sounding with mellow vocals but the band keeps it a driving pop/rock song.

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Choosing

Christian Ballad with emotional female vocals and deep lyrics about needing forgiveness, questioning,”Is there a drop of mercy left for me tonight?” Would work fantastic for a spiritual/religious scene with the same theme.

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