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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Toil

Modern Rock song sounds like The All American Rejects, Lifehouse,

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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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Goodbye

A soft rock Contemporary Christian song in the style of Amy Grant. Fragile, heartfelt female vocals make this song what it is.

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Thank You

A stunning cover of the classic Led Zeppelin song “Thank You” The vocal on this song is so sincere and vulnerable its sexy, an absolute must listen.

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What Child Is This

A Contemporary Christian Singer/Songwriter version of the Christmas Classic “What Child is This” Decorated with colorful instruments behind a beautiful female vocal.

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Technicolor Dream Life

This dream like instrumental has euphoric synth sounds and trance like guitar. Imagine approaching a new reality with complete awe. Definitely presents feelings of wonder, amazement, and curiosity. Taken from a different perspective it could represent a person seeing their life flash before their eyes, maybe accompanying slow motion clips. Sounds like Oasis, The Neighborhood

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Leave You Blue

This track sounds like Avril Lavigne, Paramore. Talks of a relationship that started out promising but came to an upsetting end. The cliche of fairy tale relationships is a lyrical theme. This track begins very frail and innocent like a young girls heart and then builds into a female rock chorus with an emotional and hurt vocal.

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The World Is Fallin’

This song is characterized by its pop ballad piano and its modern vocal style. The drums pull this track to the rock world. Theme about a girl having a bad day but from the perspective of the observer/guy interested. Tone is empathetic,, sympathizing with this girl.

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Immune To Love

Authentically recorded in the 1950s
In the style of “Bobby Darin” “Elvis Presley” and “Johnny Lidell”
A sincere ballad about lost love and heartbreak.

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Let It Rain

Soulful male vocal, pop r&b, downtempo cool emotional vocal

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Take Some Love

This track was authentically recorded in the 1950s. Transport the listener back to the golden era of such artist’s as “Jim Reeves,” “Johnny Lidell,” and “Ray Price.”
Longing to regain a lost love. Heartfelt and emotional.

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Return to Grace

Feel the emotion of longing, waiting, and hoping for love. This modern pop rock track emotes a powerful yearning that will bring tears to your eyes. Excellent movie/tv dramatic support. ala Coldplay, The Fray, and U2. Male singer, contemporary and fresh. Think “Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley.

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Everything Beautiful

“Everything Beautiful Reminds Me Of You” – Emotional and passionate – Like rekindling a lost love that was once a blazing flame. Indie rock ballad – medium tempo that ramps up into a heart throbbing musical forte of emotion. If you don’t feel Dave’s lovesick anxiety you better check your pulse.

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Cold August

Cool, College Rock with emotional vocals. Longing for a friend, a brother, a lover to return. Excellent soundtrack for yearning and self realization. Indie rock that makes you want to chant along.

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Jingle Bells

Jingle Bells – Punk Rock – It’s like riding a sled down Mt. Everest laughing all the way! Get your Christmas project into the stratosphere of fun and wildness. Hot commercials, adverts, spirited ad campaigns, slick and fast cars, airplanes, sassy catwalk, frat party, corporate teamwork!

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Deck The Halls

Punk Rock “Deck The Halls.”  A Christmas celebration for the young at heart. The chaos of Christmas sometimes needs the appropriate background music. This upbeat version of a Christmas classic may not work at Grandmas dinner table, unless there is a food fight!

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Interrogations

A med. slow solemn Coldplayish song about abortion. The coldness and numbness of life. “Chalk one up for abortion. It’s soaking in that this is everything. Your only freedom here is to leave it. It’s soaking in that this is everything…

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