Angel Baby (country)

Ready for commitment.  She’s the one for him. Male Vocal Country style.

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Love Music

Authentic 1970s recording. Psychedelic hippy influenced jam about love. Peace.

Smooth male vocal.  Funky groove with jam band, congas, wurly keyboard, talkbox, and psychedelic effects.

Artist: Bill Sandwick

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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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Funky Sox

Recorded in the late 1970s.  Let’s boogie.  This time piece of a gem makes you think of flared pants, polyester suit, disco balls, and getting your groove on.  Out of sight man!

Artist: Jeff Silverman

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Forever and Ever

Recorded in the late 1970s.  Let’s boogie.  This time piece of a gem makes you think of flared pants, polyester suit, disco balls, and getting your groove on.  Out of sight man!

Artist: Jeff Silverman

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Magic

Dance Pop that is magical.

Artist: Cass

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Be Satisfied

“Why can’t a girl be satisfied?”  Beatles style production on this track with that early Rock & Roll sound and lyric.  Sounds straight off the vinyl. Has that vintage texture as well as the classic dance beat.

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Please Free Me

That early Rock and Roll sound lives and breathes right here in this song.  This male vocal pleads to be left alone.  Four piece band production. Total Buddy Holly.

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Love Is The Spin I’m In

With a Dion or Franki Vali style vocal this song captures that early Rock & Roll sound.  Sounds straight off of American Bandstand. Vintage.

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Little Ragged Doll

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.

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Run Away

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.

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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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It’s 12:00 A.M.

Male lead vocal layered with female harmony.  Centered around acoustic guitar.  Themes of reflection and exhaustion.

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The City Streets

This is a song that grows and evolves dynamically as an euphoric scene unfolds and the sources of this euphoria sort of act as characters in the lyrics.  A very crisp and clear mix driven by a strong acoustic guitar in an alternative folk arrangement.

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My Honey

Singer songwriter pop r&b retro.  Female vocal about her boy, “My Honey”

Upbeat and fun.

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Love My Baby

Blues Band medium shuffle. Positive lyric about his good lady.

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So Cold

Garage Rock.  Cool Male vocal how she’s “So Cold”  Slower verses explode into upbeat chorus and ending.  Sounds like Black Keys, White Stripes, and Wolf Mother.

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Candy Store

Female vocal about love being a candy store.  Medium up funky quirky pop.  Full band.

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Toil

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

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Waste Em On You

An 80’s pop/rock female vocal, sounds like Pat Bennetar

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