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artist: J Matkala
title: Adeline
So, 'Adeline', this one's for you.
title: Poor Ted
A case of mistaken identity or an extreme instance of beer goggles. In these modern times, you gotta pay atten
Ian Beardsley plays guitar and I sing in this classical Spanish styled piece. A combination of Flamenco and ex
artist: Doc Jazz
Song in Dutch calling out against the so-called 'War on Terror', and calling upon the Netherlands to withdraw
artist: Masam Dark
title: Bachesque
Rough Demo. An acoustic improvisation which incorporates a bit of Bach. There is a little jazzy thing at the e
artist: ANDYF
A sad song which we all can relate to I am sure.
artist: Nick Snaden
Two acoustic guitars, four harmony vocals, and my only 'proper' love song, for want of a better descripti
artist: Bow Triplets
From Bow Triplets' new CD 'Fair Play to You', audio release in August 2006. The jig was composed in New Zealan
artist: John Egenes
title: The Bridge
A fable, inspired by Sept 11th
title: Forever
A heartfelt soulmate ballad with a beat about endless love played on nylon-stringed acoustic guitar with elect
artist: Bedlam Bards
title: River's Jig
lively jig reminiscent of the music in 'Safe'
title: Rof Uoy
Rof Uoy hurray it's my secret song to you
artist: Starfaded
[Unpolished version - cause I'm really pitchy in this one =)] I really like this one. I put a lot into it. Str
artist: At 1116
Taking trips to cities of the night and the affects that ensue.
Lyrics and music by Rose Richardson. Arranged and performed by Meredith DeVoe.
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Charles Cornelius Tyler
Acoustic Folk
"Getting Nowhere"
Sometimes when I'm alone, like so many times before, I take off all my clothes and I roll on the floor. But I'm not crazy no I'm just getting nowhere with you...
Sister Phyllis
Psalm 43:3: Psalm 43:3 O send out thy light and thy truth: let them lead me; let them bring me unto thy holy hill, and to thy tabernacles. The tiny lighthouse sat out upon the rocky shore. Without fail, its bright beacon pierced the night, and its bellowing horn echoed from the rocks, warning ships of dangers and perils. Countless boats strayed off course in dense fog, to be steered from danger by the tiny lighthouse. True light, sent out through the clouds and darkness, can save lives. A voice speaking the truth of Christ has real power behind it; the power of salvation. Be proud of who you are an...
Carol Douglas
For those in doubt!: This is for those who feel that people from the media don't ever come to and browse these independent music sites. I was contacted last year by someone who does a lot of TV work here in the UK and a song is to be used in a short comedy film. We all know to take everything with a pinch of salt but I trust this guy....and the film's been started, OK, it may take months or longer to complete, but for me, the value of these sites for getting our music heard should never be underestimated. Wish me luck.. and good luck to all of you. Carol....
new video with Ian Dadon's music: I just used a song called 'Flyin' by Ian Dadon, an artist on soundclick here, in my new video. Here's the video 'Thai Language: Valentine's Day': and visit Ian Dadon's page here: so Have a nice day y'all Kay
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