A jazz song about a heart broken girl. Kara delivers the goods on this, what a voice, she's incredible, be sure to visit her at www.soundclick.com/karajohnstad, you will love all her songs.
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Breezy, Steely Dan-ish, feel-good jazz/rock vocals with some brash instrumental work portraying a setting of urban civility.
#2 today (Sub-genre)
Different than I usually do, because I do not usually let others hear this side of me. I wrote it, sang all vocals and handplayed instruments on my K-Mart keyboard. Just remember LEKZEE is watching.
#3 today (Sub-genre)
a capella version of the popular Christmas song written by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane in 1943 and produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc......This song is dedicated to them.....
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No matter how close you are to someone, there is always some internal distance.
#7 today (Sub-genre)
Me singing on this I liked the soprano I laid down and thought I would try out my vox, LOL.Sax is spoiled by the vox though
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Upbeat vocal jazz-rock with searing lead guitar bridge over jungle type rhythms extolling that which we so highly value in the western world.
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A fast-paced, upbeat, powerful tune, taken in a Jazz direction. Originally written about an English teacher in 2005.
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No one sings this song better than Kat Edmonson, my favorite songstress. But, no body sings ANYTHING like Kat! I love this Miles Zuniga-penned song so much I couldn't resist taking a shot at it.
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