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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Every Train

An acoustic driven song with feelings of loss and wanting. Dynamically structured, builds with the lyric.

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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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Hope To See You Again

A raspy male vocal similar in style to Disturbed backed with a heavy wall of guitars. Interesting riffage on this track. Sounds like Rise Against

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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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You Make Me Fearless

This is a moderate tempo song inspired by God’s ability to make you fearless. It’s a perfect track for a spiritual/ religious scene with the theme of being Fearless through God.

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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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Hollow Heart

A smooth and emotional female vocal that resembles a Martina McBride or Kelly Clarkson sound. This track feels like an upbeat ballad and speaks of a girl depending on the love of God. Perfect for a religious/spiritual scene.

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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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