(Vocal) An emotional soulful ballad of a rocky relationship. Booberry was her nickname.
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We sometimes call it coincidence but a teacher always appears when the time is right.
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John Pfeifer - vocal, acoustic & electric guitars; Matthew Scott - Synths, drums, piano, lyrics & music;
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Wherever You Are is a collaboration between David James and Nicole McKenzie. Music by Todd Duncan. Produced by Gary Farmer(Farm Boy Music, Flintstone, GA) Vocals by Jaime Fox
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About relationships in the modern world/ featuring Susan Ivory Blue on honky tonk piano and Lew Knapper on Texas blues harp. Music, lyrics, vocals bass and guitar by Steve Sallaz and Lew Dawg Cloninger
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This song is somewhere between bluegrass and blues. Recorded in the basement on 30-Dec-05. See us play it live on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=jvascon
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Acceptance and forgiveness in the face of life's adversities. Dark verses transition to the feel-good country-rock chorus and lyrics.
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Pictured,Elliott John VanSicklin... My song writing buddy on the other side.:) I hand-played all parts on my keyboard and sang all vocals. Song is about my Geometry teacher. Very intelligent man.
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Longing for yesterday keeps us from living in today. Acoustic/folk/rock/country flavored
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