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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That Kind Of Heart

“Its that kind of heart thats hard to find.”  Inspiring song written about a rare soul. Full band production.  Very dynamic, builds to the bridge, drops, and soars.

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Sugar Free

R&B Pop Female vocal.  Tough relationships has caused our girl to go “Sugar Free”

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Chardonnay – instrumental

Jazz Combo: Vibes, Guitar, Bass, Drums      Swinging medium up groove with a catchy loungey melody.

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Don’t Blame Me

Chicago Blues

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Run Away

Cute chill female Singer Songwriter song about running off with your lover.  Playful swingin rhodes, uke, full band production.

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Uncle Freddie

Albert King, Muddy Waters, Allman Brothers… This is a classic blues with a crunchy guitar and swing jazz feel on the drums.

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Got It Made – instrumental

Electronic with a touch of island. Hip and cool.

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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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Who Are We

Up beat, female vocal with pop/rock full band production. Lyrics deal with accepting yourself and being satisfied in how you were created.

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Made To Be

This track begins with bouncy Sara Bareilles sounding riffing on piano and guitar. It instantly sets a playful minor mood with an elegant female vocal. Very catchy chorus melody that would work perfect for a religious/ spiritual scene or a theme of someone seeing the very essence in another.

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Beach Escapade

Sounds like the Ventures, this instrumental beckons the board, man! Grab your surf board and hit the waves. This retro sounding track brings you back to 1960’s California. All the elements of a surfing song with a hint of tension that leads you into a crashing finale. Gnarly dude!

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Make It Out Alive

This instrumental feels like an afflicted person running through the tunnels of their mind, weaving in and out of past images and memories, constantly being chased by death. The moment of your life flashing before your eyes is when this song plays. Maybe a question is accompanying this track: Save your life or your friends. Words like desperate, hopeless, and torn best describe this song.

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I Found It

Sounds like Jason Mraz, The Killers, Hunter Hayes
This guy found the girl he was looking for. Pop song with a bouncy piano. Great male vocal very passionate, storytelling, singer/songwriter vibe. Can be taken as inspirational – search until you find the girl right for you.

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Shake A Tail Feather

Retro sounding dixie band blues with a male gang vocal. Fun, upbeat, and playful.

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Can You Believe It

Retro sounding track female vocal and uke. Uplifting, bouncy, and positive about dreams coming true. Perfect for positive product advertisement.

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Don’t Awaken Me

This song was authentically recorded in the 1950s.
Upbeat fun retro rock and roll about a guy so deep in love
and happy he thinks it must be a dream.

This track fits on a playlist with Buddy Holly and Gene Vincent.

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Where You Going Tonight

Indie Singer/Songwriter with smooth and soft acoustic, lullaby bells and soothing vocals. Perfect for the twisted love ending scene of a complicated marriage or relationship. The conflicting lyric set against the subtle and soothing sounds gives you an unpredictable story.

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Yellow Light Love

Pop Singer/Songwriter, Female vocals, emotional song about warning signs and regrets.

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I Feel Alive

Rock song, gruff emotional male vocal, overcoming the obstacles and reaching for the top, aggressive electric guitar and drums, but not metal.

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