Steve AprilAmelia
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic HyperLink
song created                                

Thursday, August 17, 2006 8:00:28 PM
song updated                               

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 7:00:58 PM
stations playing this song              
Hypnogoddess Cyberbroadcast
What's in a Name...
Sound Drawings
Surrealist Power
Sense of Wonder
The Farm
Eaglehead's Big Bundle O' Tunes


an explorer, and marketed.

steve april

mark stein lead guitar

your face is a flower that blooms in the night you're a pioneer first woman in flight mr. putnam markets you made america's choice with a soft hat and shades your eagle eyes your famous smile your arms are sweet cream your legs are in style on your date with blue skies blue skies frown low fuel heavy rain and you go down amelia earhart amelia earhart boarding 1st class amelia air paging mr. tired eyes boarding coach amelia air so young and beautiful to die.

"KHAQQ calling Itasca. We receive your signal but unable to get a minimum. Please take a bearing on us and answer 3105 with voice."
where you're alive and kickin' and our senses quicken amelia wanna feel ya where you're alive and kickin' and your clock stops tickin' oh amelia wanna feel ya i wanna feel you amelia earhart i wanna heal you amelia earhart you're the starter the missing part your high wire software to my heart parallel universe wanna tend and nurse quantum girl fly by wanna tend and nurse parallel universe your face graces our sky so high amelia earhart amelia earhart come back soon. x
Song Comments

Surrealist Power
Steve April is Gloria May´s brother and really a surrealist you must count on for lunar landings .The best falseto in wester civilization behind the Barry Gibb´s

Wonderful original subject for a song. I love the way Steve tackles the song - nice Crybaby guitars - kinda retro feel to the instruments - and Steve's soft plaintive vocals that always remind me a little of Neil Young. Big smile of appreciation from me for this one.

Hypnogoddess Cyberbroadcast
Ode To Amelia Earhardt

The Farm
Atmospheric late 60s psych folk rock song from the prolific Mr April..As distinctive a voice as you're gonna find anywhere..There's a kinda slightly unhinged quality and individual personality that alot of his stuff has that i really like here..

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