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title: Promenade
Working version
title: Save Me
A Ballad "cover" version of the Dyall-Tones hit!
artist: Bard of Ely
Manyana is a song I feel could be a hit given the right production and push. This is just a demo but I am look
artist: Hank Emmons
Recorded at home using Pro Tools. Sea Gull acoustic 6 string rhythm track - Sea Gull 12 string acoustic lead t
Musical meditation with an edge, using quite unusual all-acoustic instruments: Tibetan Tingsha's, Tibetan Sing
artist: Europica
title: Whispers
I've put this under Acoustic, however, it's more in the Film Music genre. Perhaps this could be used in a chas
The most important message from the upcoming album ... for all humans in our world! Thank you to Danlb Young f
artist: Ghost River
Cover by Ghost River
An acoustic ballad with a nice piano break
This is one of 4 extended harp performances that make up an album that is designed for meditation and backgrou
Special thank you to an amazing group of musicians. Ray Tanner horns, Joseph Patric Moore Bass, Noel Goff Drum
artist: Terry Gause
title: Boom
An original song (acoustic guitar & vocals).
artist: Ed Williams
An original song written and performed by me, see what you think
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Peter MacIntyre
Acoustic Rock
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.
Number One - at least for a day!: Well, 'The Folks Underground' got to Number One in the acoustic chart for a day - and 'Famine Blues' got to Number Two in the Blues chart - both songs from my new online EP 'The Folks Underground' which is uploaded here at SC. Dan
just thomas
about the song : WHERE DO YOU BEGIN WHEN YOU START TO WRITE A SONG ABOUT SOMEONE YOU LOVE AND YOU HAVE LOST. There is never enough words to describe or enough room on a whole cd to show how much you love them and how much you have learned from them. We worked together painting houses since I was 10 years old, and worked together in our family restaurant. We were very close, we were born on the same day, new years eve. When I was a baby and no one could get me to sleep he was the only one who could sing me to sleep, now if there is a baby that they can't get to sleep the bring them to me and i can, Thabk you po...
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,...
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