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title: Morning Jam
A tune for the soul. About new things
artist: Wade Farlowe
title: When
George Santayana: "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." You might know the why, you
Permission to use this on my site granted. Contact sales@emotionlbeats.com to purchase live guitar solos, live
title: These Chains
I'm tied to you....with these chains
if you have ever lost a loved one, and cant quite put the blame somewhere, what better than the rain...
#1 on SoundClick.com's Alternative Emo Charts. Solo acoustic version of upcoming Rock Bullet coming soon.
Acoustic Rock....everyone has had trouble follow them around.....
Instrumental featuring Talkamine Santa Fe,Roland fp-5 Synthetics
Cover of Band Aid Solution's One Horse Town
artist: JoJoJams
Seems like there are groups of people out there intent on taking away my gun, as they outlaw my God, and have
Rock and roll with a blues/spiritual feel. Based on the true story of my mistaken demise (see story behind the
an instrumental jam with myself
artist: FRMUSIC
title: Clouds
All instruments by F.R. Written, recorded & mixed by F.R.
artist: Rick Glaze
It's an acoustic ballad basically.
title: Welcome
A Gareau-Hunt song. 'Welcome' is about the thrill and exhilaration of finding the love of your life at long la
artist: Ted Pickett
Me and a piano. Singing.
This is a co-write by Fontaine and Groshens about someones obsession for another. Composed and performed by Da
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The Stealth Mosquitoes
Surf Rock
"Crystal 7X"
Tasmanian rock band blending a range of styles making dynamic music influenced by the space and ambience of Tasmania.Check out our music, some cool photo's, and if you're in Tasmania come for a surf with Mike and Steve.
Progressive Rock
"House of Cards"
Brand new track. Mellotrondriven prog rock with lots of acoustic elements. If you liked our "Boys in the Sandbox", you'll have to check this one out.
Paul Nery
Progressive Rock
"Come Stay With Me"
Paul Nery won the Internet Online Music Awards (IOMA) 2006 as "Best InstrumentalSoundtrack" !
Rick Gross
Christian Rock
"6 Days"
Rick Gross, tenstring.com, inc., all rights reserved "But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength they shall mount up with wings as eagles they shall run, and not be weary and they shall walk, and not faint." Isaiah 40.3
Progressive Rock
Patrick Lew (Official SC)
Me and Faith are patching things up.: Patching things up with my ex Faith. We're just friends right now. We'll see what happens. I deleted my dating profiles on POF and OKCupid because I felt it was pointless and it wasn't really a priority to look for somebody so soon after me and Faith split up. But me and Faith are friends right now and working on our friendship. Picking up the pieces and making amends.
jeffrey michael miller
Through Your Hands: Below is a new song or set of lyrics. Whatever you prefer to call it. I wrote this tonight and it's about an old girlfriend I was with for a long time until I saw her true colors and realized she was pretty much the devil. Through Your Hands You took my being there for granted I sit alone and I reflect There was a time when you were cherished You had my love and my respect You had it all at your disposal You offered insults and demands You had a man that really loved you Then let him slip right through your hands You had a once upon a lifetime And what took place is such a s...
matt channing
Saturday Gig.: For those of you who missed it-- What a show. My side project, the Lazarus Brothers, played to a large, enthusiastic crowd of dazzling suburbanites at one of the many block parties that sprout up during the middle of the summer, and damn if everyone didn't have a spectacular time. Little to say about the performance, except that we front loaded the first set with the weaker material and the throwaways, and really got serious during the second set. Though I'm far from being a natural onstage, I compensated by trying to get lost in singing and in playing as honestly as I could, wit...
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