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A very clean song. Though maybe a bit steamy.
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artist: addy oldman
brand new song written by addy oldman and recorded at cabin 5150
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artist: Greg Suer
Mandolin, Octave Mandolin, Mandola.
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artist: Rob Lincoln
Finger picking tale of a lonely man from OKC
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artist: Black Haus
A southern twang tune featuring Josh Whiteside on Vocals
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artist: Gene Hilbert
Acoustic Guitar Instrumental
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Like I say Your Intentions Become Reality, Just Like The New Stars Being Formed In The Active Gallaxy Picture
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artist: Trick T Olly
More history than quality here. My earliest public music project was my "You Won't like Most Of It Tape". This
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Wonderfully performed acoustic jem by our great friend Wade!
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artist: Polly Hager
title: If You Could
A song about a woman asking a man his honest intentions even though circumstances make it impossible for them
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artist: RNBSMOOVE
Just recorded this today 8/04/2009 ,lately I have had plenty of inspiration for music,this was written for my
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A song about the most famous groundhog.. Dedicated to my friend Lekzee Patrick.
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Recorded at my Fathers home studio in Chicago. Featuring him on back up vox and harmonica.
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title: Hangman
Robin Galante - Vocals & Guitar; Eric Pedersen - Vocals & Guitar. Recorded live in our home studio!
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artist: Ganimead
This song is dedicated to my beautiful and dearest friend Maryjane who inspired its creation.
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ACOUSTIC ENVIRO COUNTRY
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artist: Poitin
title: Hot Days
Dreamy, steamy slow air, Ciunas gan Uaigneas, by Kuba Sigl, followed by a jolly jig, Hot Days, by Honza Bra
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artist: Arthur Hinds
Love, longing, and the changing seasons, with a flamenco flair
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Peter MacIntyre
Acoustic
Acoustic Rock
"Small"
I play a variety of cover tunes ranging from The Beatles to Frank Sinatra and John Couger. I also perform original songs that are heavily influenced by The Beatles, Harry Chapin and James Taylor.
Lazy Wilkie
Acoustic
Acoustic Guitar
"Almond Tree"
This is the best restaurant I've ever eaten in.
Charles Cornelius Tyler
Acoustic
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...
Tony Seo
Acoustic
Acoustic Rock
"Wings From Hell"
Out of the darkness!
david a briggs
A small selection of my favourite and influential albums: I've put some new pictures onto 'my photo's' . . . some cover art, of albums that have been important to me. They're still always close to the top of the pile in my CD collection. I've still got most of them as vinyl LP's. I suppose I could have included Revolver by The Beatles and the first Album by Ten Years After as well. But hey, that's enough to be going on with ! None of the "difficult second album syndrome" with 'Axis', by Jimi. That album is jam-packed with riffs, brilliant miniature solo's, great short catchy songs . . the whole package. The featured cover, "Modern Music" by Be B...
melodic blue
The Vancouver Sun: In the 1950s, when the Canvas Lounge existed as the less tony Anchor beer parlour, Robinson introduced CJOR and CKWX's teenaged listeners to the likes of sport-jacketed Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley. He was fussed over Tuesday by the Melodic Blue ensemble's much-tattooed Jamie Nicholson and Steve McCarthy, who have more ink in their hides than a swing band's sheet-music library. Even gala host Terry David Mulligan, whose musicbiz and police gigs have presented many strange sights, was forced to smile Malcolm Parry, Vancouver Sun Published: Saturday, August 02,...
revpaul
The Eye of the Beholder: Here is a story to think about. How many times do we wonder how we are going to afford that new car or the new home? We think of ourself as poor. It is more how we view our current life and what we have or do not have. Listen to this story: There's a story told about an elderly lady in Arkansas. The state voted to increase welfare payments to indigents. Hoping for a tear-jerker story, a television interviewer went into the backhills where many welfare recipients lived. The old woman he chose to interview lived in a one room shack: draughty in winter; stifling in summer. Her bed was ...
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