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fly This page is great.
Bepp I agree!
Pele Haskell My stars!
Fade to Black Enjoying reading these comments, while listening to the song.
VK A stroke of genius, quite unique
Amanda this is new I'd better be careful what I write
fly No, don't!
IMPoster I agree with fly, typos, mis-spellings, bad grammar, total hogwash, as long as you had a go Amanda
Raandy I can't believe some schmuck is hogging the whole page!
Birdy Yeah, that ain't on Raandy, gonna drop one of my special plops on that guy
Chuck If you know an artist who sounds like another act, let me know on the indie likenesses station
Joe This page rocks!
BABE PARADE FREE DOWNLOADS on our Soundcloud!!!
Anonymous Love this site \m/ !
bryon tosoff brilliant idea here. very cool well done
Erica What a great new addition this is, well done IMP
Frank What's this box for?
Steve White Thanks for the song add
Carolyn Stewart hey thanks for the add and comment. I'm still performing every Friday for over 6 years and leading worship. -thanks. Got busy with working full time and raising kids and their stuff. hope to record again in a year
Brody Folks you need to go to the stations and thank the station managers
Judah X Very cool page!!
Helmut Thank you very much and have a very merry Christmas!
Helmut Thank you very much and have a very merry Christmas!
Marc Happy to be here !!!
Tod from Dreams Edge Thank you for adding "Cold Sun" to your list!
lg dash apt give me a listen
lg dash apt nice!!!!
Eve Love the Station Mash!
Francesca Tamellini Really great to be on here!
Nathan One of my new songs. Please check it out
Gary from Kinetic Meadow Thanks for picking us up! Great station!
Fretsu Thanks for adding my song "journey", and the feedback. This was a rough demo, and a rerecord is in the works. Thanks again!
Jimmy Howen Thank you so much for having me here! Dreams Of A Boy is my life as a trucker!
MinikeGirl Thanks for the add :)
Taiacore Doing a collaboration with her will be like a dream,thank you for sharing
S.W. LaFollett Gracias Eve... bueno bueno bueno !
David Nyro And thanks for adding us to the IMP Station Mash. Link above is to Maddy's amazing recent song, "Why We're Breathing." Give it a listen?
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Peeler
6 Feet 4 The Devil
Killer new track by PEELER...LOVE IT! Jack White/Jim Morrison influence is a good thing!
From: *****HOLLYWOOD ENDING***** Station
Rock
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The Prince of Fairfield
One Miles
jazzy, rhythmic, spanish guitar-y, w a pumpin' bass, eclectic and interestin', a creative vibe...
From: CREATIVE VIBE Station
Dance Jazz
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Bryon Tosoff
Lazy Days
kick back and relax, w a glass of wine or a beer, and sit on the verandah, while the summer sweat rolls down your arm, turn the volume up, to the closeupfaroutsounds, strings, trombone, chimes, and whatnot...
From: New and Noteworthy Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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A-Lister
Invincible Days
velvet-y vocals, emotional groove, happenin' song, and cool sonic textures...
From: New and Noteworthy Station
Alternative Pop
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A-Lister
Invincible Days
a sultry groove, with trippin' bass and keys, and smooth, rich vocal tones, w bvs, emotion, storytellin', and a bring-it-on-home chorus, "have to find another way," meditating, cogitatin', subterranean monolgue bridge, kinda cool, bangin' the emotion, back to the catchy chorus...
From: Restless Hearts Station
Alternative Pop
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Bryon Tosoff
Lazy Days
what a c-o-o-l, relaxin', laid back, accomplished piece, stellar interplay w crazytrombone,strings, and bass, evokes the bee bop beer drinkin' open cafes where jazzmen played for the love of music, and the patrons nodded high on music, feelin' the music swirl down the windy night streets, groovin' over the hills to far away...
From: Po(t)pouri Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Fast Talkers
Been Home
from the eYe, eYe says: "Sweeping guitar intro with swirling vibe, then they brings on the driving percussion, then pile on the fat edgy gritty bass line that underpins the tune. dirty cool guitar adds a tripping good feel,. its gonna be a good day after you listen to this big sound.. as for the vocals ,well ya man, good stuff. great piece of songcrafting." the RAVEN agrees, good energy with tripping edgy dirty gritty happy grooving tune ooo ooo kinda like our local young GUNS, HAWKING. watch...
From: RAVEN Station
Indie Rock
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The Red Moons
Eye for an Eye
Great catchy intro, gritty grinding guitar, solid production, almost live off the floor vibe, powerful song, great percussion. and its cool hook that draws you in, tasty lyrics truthful and well thought out. good usage of silence and less is more in places to add that special touch and bringing it out over and over ,draws you in. its a driver mcCiver. the RAVEN
From: RAVEN Station
Alternative
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A-Lister
Invincible Days
RAVEN loves the mysterious and far out arrangement. tripping vocals, nice BGs, sweeping soundscape as well as the focus on the singer, nicely appointed bass work with less is more approach with cool vibrato piano supporting the singer then huge splashes and color and sweeping cascading waterfall of sounds. RAVEN flies throughout IMPNATION soaring far above the mountains and brings you the best in new discoveries near and far. the RAVEN
From: RAVEN Station
Alternative Pop
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Jordan Sleed
Drift Apart
Stunningly beautiful, amazing vocals. lovely arrangement powerful message, stellar production, sweet strings, this song has everything to go places in the world of music.the RAVEN
From: RAVEN Station
Singer/Songwriter
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Old Man's Money
Composure
fresh new sounds coming at you from the eYe station by Old Man's money. we all need composure. tripping guitar work,rocking it from the eYe we all know the guy behind I
From: eYe Station
Indie Rock
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David Nyro
Anything
Nice one. Ballad-y but very genuine. Some impressive vocal work too, especially toward the end!
From: Witt's Picks Station
Rock
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Bryon Tosoff
young back then
oh the mystery of times gone by, 60's instrumental vibe. happy days good times hearken back to the easy lazy days of youth
From: Mystery Radio Station
Pop
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Jordan Sleed
Drift Apart
Stellar production, sweeping strings and huge orchestration at intro seduces you into thinking this is all about synth and elements of the magic of soundcrafting, but as you drift into the song, the amazing vocals of Jordan Sleed brings out the phenomenal singing and incredible arrangement , this is totally the way a song should be put together. well done Jordan, one of the finest tunes about at IMP, captivating and engaging. the eYe is impressed!! keep bringing it man
From: eYe Station
Singer/Songwriter
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Dobie
Ballade Pour
Captivating magical sounds of Dobie, Dance rave with high energy driving beat captures and entrances you with the drug of muse. sweet voice, soaring vocals, electro synth attack the eYe, comes from heaven to embrace your magical essence.
From: eYe Station
Trance
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The Prince of Fairfield
TarBoom
Kaboom with TarBoom dance rave vibe gives some mystery to this strange brew. tripping score, sweet ripping guitar. rocking out percussion, experimental with supreme out there groove
From: Mystery Radio Station
Electro Dance Rock
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Nik West
My Relationship
radical rocking groove, yowser Nik West is an amazing bassist and killer vocalist , soon at Centennial Square June 24, 7:30pm. coming to Victoria soon! laying down her chops with my sax player dude Paul Wainwright
From: the turntable Station
Fusion
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Richard Scotti
WAR NO MORE
Wow; you just transported me back to 1969 when I was 19 and squarely facing what to do about Vietnam. Edwin Starr: "War! Huh? Yeah! What is it good for? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!" Enough said. Previously #1 in Classic Rock! Am I beginning to sound like a broken record?
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Classic and Progressive Rock
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The Maybes, Glasgow
What You Can Remember
What I can actually can remember (which is fairly easy as I just listened to this song) is that I love Michelle's vocals, the seemingly effortless chord progressions, and that I just plain like this song! I've always thought that the best music has come out of Europe, and maybe, just maybe, I can now narrow that down to the British Isles. Please remember to add this to your set list when you tour the states! If the gentle listener has reached this far, you have just listened to 6 HOURS and...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Modern Rock
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Taiacore
She didn't Love You
Ms. Marta Tai and Mr. Vincenzo Tancorre; first of all congrats on your 2016 Golden Kayak for Best Song Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana! Have you ever seriously considered doing a collaboration with 9x Grammy Winner Norah Jones? I would highly recommend that! Thank goodness for the Internet as now I know how you came up with the name for your groovy indie band! Love your cool music video and the guitar/banjo duet. That is one of my favorite musical sounds ever! Prepare to have more future...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Indie Folk
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minipop
fingerprints
I am grooving to this 2005 Golden Kayak Winner for Best Pop Song! It hearkens me back to the age when I was a wee lad of only 55 years old! Tricia Kanne, I am diggin' your sweet voice, dear! minipops are delicious; I'm gonna want more of them! How about your other three KIAC Big 50 #1 songs?
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop
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Loquat
Swingset Chain
Another Eve recommendation and it reached Top 5 in KIAC Big 50. This would be perfect with which to drift into reverie on a quiet and rainy late afternoon. Plus, I am really digging Kylee's voice and the instrumentation that accompanies her. I need to consider "Time Bomb" for my next station add session. Will their be more of your works here at IMP as well?
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Pop Rock
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Pete Townshend
There is No Message in a Broken Heart
Reached #1 on KIAC Big 50. Whoa; you have 5 more songs here at IMP? I ask you, who wouldn't want a legend from The Who in their station? I don't know about you, but I certainly do! Saw The Who and you Pete, in Omaha a few years ago. Sat 7th row center right in front of Roger Daltrey! Was close enough to see that drummer Zak Starkey looks just like his papa Ringo. My #5 All-Time concert (see Norah Jones blurb for the 4 tied for #1). But you blokes were deafeningly (of a noise so loud as...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Rock
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Brian Wilson
California Role / That Lucky Old Sun
What an honor to have a song here from one of the world's greatest music legends/geniuses ever! If this was an instrumental only, then I would have suspected this was an inspired by a late 60's Bee Gees album. That is a compliment Mr. Wilson! I thought it time to post another legend here amidst the younger indie artists. They can listen to, learn from, and be inspired by the California-American legend; another one of the MonaLisa Twins heroes (and not villians)! smiley emoticon
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Modern Rock
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Whitherward
Hand Of Fate
Hey Edward and Ashley; my bad, my real, real bad. Finally one of you groovy indie bands came to my hometown of Omaha (one of the nation's leading indie music scenes) and I dropped the ball and spaced off coming to see you. I wasn't paying proper attention and by the time Itso reminded me, it was the day of, and it was too late to be spontaneous on my part. Sorry! Was I afraid they would not let me into the young people's venue? Was I afraid of you Ashley after watching The Dragon? Will it...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Indie Folk
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Azwel
The Pastime
Listening to Azwel for the very first time (again from Eve's recommendation), this could very well become a pastime for me. Does anyone reading this know Brian Wilson? If he ever wants to create "Pet Sounds Volume II" then he would do well to consider a collaboration with Jason Perrillo and insure that this track is on it. P.S. This has a little "Rainbow Connection" vibe to it! Hey, don't knock it before you listen to Kermit's duet with Debbie Harry! Just sayin'
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Pop Rock
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sugarplum fairies
no.2 Kraft Paperbag
Reached Top 5 on KIAC Big 50! I promised the Velcro Girl was going to stick to me, didn't I? Even so, no one warned me that her band was 2005 Golden Kayak Winner - Best Band! Now I shall never get unstuck, nor would I want to! This time I can hear a George Harrison influenced guitar, like the MonaLisa Twins also. Hey, if his influence is good enough for them and for Dhani Harrison, then it is good enough for anyone, right?
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative
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sugarplum fairies
velcro girl
Reached #1 on KIAC Big 50! If the gentle reader has been following my blurbs, they can tell that the style of some indie bands remind me of more familiar bands of my youth. Not this song and its vocals by Silvia Ryder though. This girl's voice is gonna stick to me like Velcro, and I'm gonna dream tonight of fairies made of sugarplums and wake up humming this melody. That is quite alright with me!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Pop Rock
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mcdaid
MAGIC DREAM
Looking at your artist's page it is no wonder why many IMP stations are playing your songs. I love the minor and diminished chords you utilize in this song. If I expand this station to 150 songs (now 80) I would likely have all your songs in one place.
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative
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DeMonicka
Dead Asleep
Hi Monicka! It is high time I have added a few more of your songs. After all, you are one of two of my featured female artists! I had an urgent need for more of your sweet voice and groovy music before this station reaches 100 songs. Dead Asleep, eh? That sounds just like me except for right now when I am Live Awake at 1:30 AM!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop Rock
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David Nyro
Happiness
This is the 10th David Nyro song I added to "Groovy and 60's Style" tonight, in my most prolific station additions to date. I have almost doubled my number of songs tonight and I have NEVER heard David's songs before tonight. His music defines what my station is all about. I must pause here though, as I promised myself to never surpass the quantity of songs of the MonaLisa Twins, my female featured artists. Much more to come on "Groovy and 60's Style!" Don't turn that radio dial! One fine...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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David Nyro
Stand
David, I am looking at all my blurbs again before the nationwide release of this station. Just now I watched the video of this for the first time. What powerful images and such a powerful message about a worldwide plight! Everyone MUST watch and take a STAND! Now I truly understand the message of this song! To me you are kind of like a modern day John Lennon. You might even say that is a bigger "shout-out" than my Moody Blues comment! The Moodies and then The Beatles top My All-Time...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Rock
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Sheryl Crow
Sweet Child O' Mine
This rocker chick is the Sheryl I know best! Never knew this was a Guns 'N Roses cover. Remember seeing me at the Stir Cove and the Mid-America Center just across the Missouri river in Council Bluffs? When are you comin' back darlin'? I hear you have a new album out and I seriously need to check that!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Rock
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MOTORBABY
Lose Your Mind
Now in the Kayak Big 25! Hi again Sharon! I probably have already lost my mind, so can you write a song for me called "Find Your Mind?" If you notice, I give careful thought to the placement of my songs. Every artist here is a shining star! I just cannot put 80 songs (with more to come) into 10 slots, right? Notice that I put you squarely next to Sheryl Crow, the 9x Grammy Award Winner. She and Norah Jones, also a winner of 9 Grammies, are my Top 2 female solo artists. (I will see and...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Rock
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Gary Ritchie
You Were Only Using Me
Along with the MonaLisa Twins, you are definitely part of the British Invasion 2.0! So, who was only using you? Pretty little Gina? Did you notice that 2 of the 3 genres this station was assigned today are pop and rock? No coincidence here Gary!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Power Jangle
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Stacey
Hey You
"The band went on to notch up more success State side with gigs in New York and LA. picking up indie chart success with "Hey You" IAC Big 50 and ALL genres No 1!" Hey yourself Stacey! Sorry, you are mistaking me for someone else. I don't have caterpillar shoes; I don't even know what that is! But how did you know I have hair so fair and eyes so blue? What am I gonna do? I'm gonna look to add more of your songs here in my next go-around. How does that sound to you? Trust me, if I ever...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop
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Father Time
Everybody Loves Eve
Everybody loves Eve! Well, I am part of everybody, aren't I? You betcha! Very groovy Scott! If he will only hear this song, and especially see her face, Tom Petty would also love Eve and cover this song too! (heart emoticon) Hi Evie! Thanks so much for helping me all along the line appreciating the power of IMP and building this station!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop Rock
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she rose from the dead
Drunken self
No problem believing this song also reached #1 on the KIAC Big 50! In case you haven't noticed by now, sometimes the style of indie artists reminds me of mainstream artists of back in my day, and sometimes not. This one? How about the vocals of Victoria meet the piano of Leon Russell? Maybe that is just my younger self of the early 70's talking for me? Will there be more of s.r.f.t.d. coming to IMP stations soon, I hope? Victoria, please add more songs to IMP so I can make you one of my...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
post alternative
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she rose from the dead
It's a trap little rat
Reached #1 on KIAC Big 50! Did I miss the reopening of Fillmore East? Did Grace Slick emerge from retirement? She Rose From The Dead! Oh, that is the name of this band? Don't need Grace here as we have Victoria Rose! Someone likened you to Jefferson Airplane? Can I add bits of Led Zeppelin, The Moody Blues, Pink Floyd, Donovan, and Ravi Shankar? I will be seeking more from this 21st Century 1960's band!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Adult Indie
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Richard Scotti
BEFORE THE WELL RUNS DRY
Also a former #1 in Classic Rock! But don't worry Richard; the well will never run dry here at IMP! You want a bigger compliment than the last song? Here goes: this belongs amongst the era of The Moody Blues comeback of the 80's, i.e. "The Present" and "Long Distance Voyager." And the Moodies are MY #1 and my bro's #2! The count is now 100 songs from 37 artists. Tally for my featured artists: 10 each from the MonaLisa Twins and David Nyro, 9 each from DeMonicka and Bryon Tosoff, and 7...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Southern Rock
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Richard Scotti
AT CLOSE RANGE
Hey Richard! Another IMP legend guy! My featured artists don't have to be that, but hey it doesn't hurt, eh? I'm going to close the first 100 adds of this station with 3 of your tunes and this is #98! As soon as I saw the words "blazing fiddles" I knew I would add this before ever hearing it! Throughout the building of this station I have learned many things. One is that one cannot ever have too much cowbell, flamenco, or blazing fiddles! This song is "over-the-top" cool and groovy! ...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Rachel Collis
Golden Age
Kayak Big 25 song; no surprise! Ms. Collis, I have two words for the effect your incredible voice has on me: "goose bumps." Your music portends beauty and glory to be found in future times. The real life, the true Golden Age, is yet to come, but we can live now as already there. What a charming and talented woman you are!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop
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David Nyro
Waiting for My Life (To Start Again)
David, I want to give you about the highest compliment I can give you: I could see this song on THE MOODY BLUES album "The Other Side of Life." It definitely is edgy as you say and I love edgy! A boatload of people are going to hear about you from me. Make that the largest ever cruise ship. I am also waiting for my life to start again in a New World!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Modern Rock
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David Nyro
Bitter Wine, featuring Katie Kuffel
Like Harry Nilsson, all you had to do was mention NORAH JONES and I'm running. I love Norah and Katie is pretty groovy as well! Norah is coming here to Omaha, NE in 19 days and if I don't buy my tickets tomorrow I will kick myself. If you ever come to Omaha, please inform me. I will be there and promote you to all my friends! I would like the sheet music and all the lyrics to this, please.
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop
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Francesca Tamellini
The Crown
I add this to my station for 3 reasons: 1. Eve recommends it and as she is an indie music aficionado I value her opinions. 2. I love this and your lovely voice, Francesca. 3. I play piano and this has soothing piano music. That is a huge plus for me always!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Easy Listening/Soft Rock
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David Nyro
Into The Blue
You mentioned Neil Young and ELO and that was all I needed to add this song before even listening. Of course, grooving to this just reinforced the decision to do so! You said; "A song about innocence, and innocence lost, confusion, idealism, hope, friendship, nostalgia, drugs, dreams, and whatever you want it to be about." This could be a lost track from Young's "After the Gold Rush" and a commentary on my life as well, David.
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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American Dreamers
Breathe Again
Am I getting it right that each of you is the reason for one another to able to breathe? This is nice, very nice! I love the way the two of you take turns singing to each other. Kind of reminiscent of Sonny and Cher back in the day, with the exception that your relationship will long outlast what they once had. Thank you for the beautiful music you make together. BTW, it is really nice to have some mandolin music here!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Americana
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Ben Elliot
Fades of Echos
2016 Golden Kayak Winner - Best Male Artist!!! Ben! Mr. Elliot! Seriously? You are composing and performing this entire wall of sound by yourself? I would never, ever have suspected that had I not watched the video! You are one, singular talented gentleman! I was going to initially make this a 50 song station and then go from there, but you have already made me re-think that strategy and double that. I finally have begun to assemble a brilliant cadre of male artists to match the...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Piano & Orchestra
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Bryon Tosoff
over the rainbow
Virtually every song, with the exception of the MonaLisa Twins works and a couple others, were previously unknown to me while building this station. In my 6-1/2 decades of life I have heard many covers of "Over the Rainbow" but I would be very hard-pressed to recall a finer rendition than this one. It did not take me long to click the little plus sign to add this here!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Acoustic
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Bryon Tosoff
Holding to the Dream
WOW. WOW! WOW!!! About time I added some Classical here! How appropriate it is from Mr. Bryon Tosoff! How appropriate that it is my 88th song add, as that is the number of ebonies and ivories that Mr. Tosoff has mastered! This is truly WORLD CLASS! Wait until I play this for my friend Bob! Like me he also plays piano, but his favorite genre is classical. He knows nothing of IMP yet and the video and audio of this song is going to be his introduction. I am 100% confident he will embrace...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Classical
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DeMonicka
The Childhood's Not Gone
Dear, if "Epicedium To Life" is the prologue of your rock opera, then this is the perfect epilogue for it! Since you now already have 00:12:38 of your 45 minutes perhaps this can be finished before this amazing year of 2017 ends? I have a better idea than The Who lads though. Justin Hayward, the lead singer/songwriter and guitarist of the famed Moody Blues. (Please see the epic and historic 1967 "Day of Future Passed" as just one example of his work. 50th ANNIVERSARY this year!!!) He is...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Miscellaneous
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Steve April
Flame In The Night
Alright then Steve! In view of the name of my station, how could I pass on a song that is "groove rock?" I hear a bit of a Bob Dylan vibe in the vocals and a little Leon Russell in the piano. Really grooving to this song! P.S. My wife and I love candles; is this one scented?
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
GROOVE ROCK
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Steve April
Boxer (Country Boy)
Whoa! This is even more so Dylan/Russell-like! Let's throw in a little T-Rex and Flamin Groovies for good measure. Didn't take me long to add 4 of your songs. That is the max I play in a row for any artist. I see your next song is with Bryon T. so that will probably be a "slam-dunk" station add as well! Let's give a listen to his classical works in a bit.
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Steve April
Love Survivors
Hi Steve! Thank you for responding to my "music search" request on the Pipeline. This is the one I specifically chose from your recommendations. It is somewhat reminiscent to me of the works of Neil Young. I will give a further listen to you to come up with some more adds. By the way, I agree that love does require some surviving; LOL! Thanks again!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Folk Rock
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MonaLisa Twins
One More Time
Each time I listen to this or watch the video I say I must do that one more time. Until I stop, it becomes an endless loop. Fortunately it is not the final track on the album and that helps me move to the next song. This groovy and fab little number hearkens back to the good old days of malt shops and sock hops and girl meets boy. The main thing I can say to Lisa here is that the boys are more nervous meeting her than vice-versa. And to Mona I say, way to be the "wing-man" for your sis! ...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Rock
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Bryon Tosoff
lo ryders-w duane flock ted tosoff
I was just going to add two Bryon Tosoff jazz songs tonight but let's go for a trifecta! Not only that, but this is two for the price of one with Mr. Flock here also! A little Santana vibe going on here as well? This will be my earworm as I finally go to bed. Next time let us give a listen to Mr. Tosoff's classical works! Thank you kind sirs and thank you Mr. eYe!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Jazz Fusion
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Bryon Tosoff
Kick Back Just Relax
2016 GOLDEN KAYAK WINNER - BEST SONG - JAZZ!!! No trouble believing that - GROOVY! When Richard Scooti wrote a Pipeline blog about my new station, Mr. Tosoff was kind enough to drop by and give me some huge compliments and encouragement as well. I wondered if he was also an IMP artist. A little more investigation and I realized this gentleman is a musical legend! As soon as I heard his awesome piano, I knew his songs were my next adds! I was just scrolling through "eYe" the #1 IMP...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Jazz Fusion
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Cat Dowling
Come On
Thanks so much for the two samples of your debut album! You have made me thirsty for more; the entire album! A couple years a gal I worked with and her husband visited The Emerald Isle and actually attended a Notre Dame football game while there. It was the trip of a lifetime for them. For me, the dream trip of a lifetime would be to hear you, then the Corrs, then attend The Open on Irish soil. After that to fly down to Liverpool for the MonaLisa Twins. Do you think you arrange such a...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Pop Rock
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Fleet Foxes
White Winter Hymnal
Robin and Skyler, you are from Seattle, the same home town of David Nyro? Methinks there must be great inspiration and something special up there in The Evergreen State to produce such beautiful music. It sounds like you guys have "hit the big time" with your 3rd studio album "Crack-Up" to be released in a few weeks on June 16, 2017. As far as this song goes, your incredible vocal harmonies and cohesion as a band, made listening as a spiritual experience. That is squarely in my wheelhouse,...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative
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American Lesley Jane
WORLD WITHOUT LOVE
Mr. ALJ; this is FAN-tastic! With your vocals this takes me back to 1964, when I was 13 years old. Mona and Lisa will be impressed when I tell them that their cover inspired your cover. If I did not find this on your artist's page, I might think it actually was Peter and Gordon. Some folks may not know this was written by Paul McCartney. Bloody fewer people know that Peter Asher's sister Jane dated Paul between 1963 and 1968. That is the bulk of the entire Beatles era! Soon I will send...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop Rock
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the karmics
thymewaves
a bit o'melville, a bit o'physics, alittle home-brewed philosophy, w musicality, and thymewaves...
From: Morning Music (the breakfast club) Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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Typhoon Bob and Big Dog MaHound
Spanish Gold
tasty morsel from the organic side, catchy lead guitar riffs w a spanish flavor, segovia mayhaps, and stellar organ, kudos...
From: We Sang In The Summer Station
Classic and Progressive Rock
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
Dying 2 Live FOREVER ~ Damiano, Aloisa, Russom
a sonic landscape, trippin' lead guitar, leadin' the way, pumpin' bass, bongo-y happenin' percussive, keys later, jazzy and eclectic, kudos...
From: PICNIC Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Gordie Kerr (Official)
Calling the Night
sound tapestry,w jazzy guitar, strings, percussion, layin' it down with a phat, fine vibe, 'callin' the night,' happenin', kudos...
From: Outside the Window Station
Instrumental
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
Dying 2 Live FOREVER ~ Damiano, Aloisa, Russom
Joe Aloisa & Jim Damiano on this instrumental Jazz piece
From: RED LIST-EXTINCT & ENDANGERED Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
Dying 2 Live FOREVER ~ Damiano, Aloisa, Russom
Joe Aloisa & Jim Damiano on this instrumental Jazz piece
From: RAM Publishing~BlueStar Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
Dying 2 Live FOREVER ~ Damiano, Aloisa, Russom
Joe Aloisa & Jim Damiano on this instrumental Jazz piece
From: FREEDOM FOR ALL HORSES Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
Dying 2 Live FOREVER ~ Damiano, Aloisa, Russom
Joe Aloisa & Jim Damiano on this instrumental Jazz piece
From: Our Beloved Boo ~ R.I.P. Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
Dying 2 Live FOREVER ~ Damiano, Aloisa, Russom
Joe Aloisa & Jim Damiano on this instrumental Jazz piece
From: IN MEMORY OF 'REE' Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
Dying 2 Live FOREVER ~ Damiano, Aloisa, Russom
Joe Aloisa & Jim Damiano on this instrumental Jazz piece
From: BSL IS EVIL - Lennox & Spencer ~ STOP IT Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
Dying 2 Live FOREVER ~ Damiano, Aloisa, Russom
Joe Aloisa & Jim Damiano on this instrumental Jazz piece
From: Compassion For ALL Creatures Station
Alternative Jazz Fusion
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
A Song For Joe (Heart Strings) ~ Jim Damiano
A Song For Joe - Jim Damiano
From: The Blues Is A Feeling! Station
Live Jazz
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
A Song For Joe (Heart Strings) ~ Jim Damiano
A Song For Joe - Jim Damiano
From: RED LIST-EXTINCT & ENDANGERED Station
Live Jazz
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
A Song For Joe (Heart Strings) ~ Jim Damiano
A Song For Joe - Jim Damiano
From: RAM Publishing~BlueStar Station
Live Jazz
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
A Song For Joe (Heart Strings) ~ Jim Damiano
A Song For Joe - Jim Damiano
From: FREEDOM FOR ALL HORSES Station
Live Jazz
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
A Song For Joe (Heart Strings) ~ Jim Damiano
A Song For Joe - Jim Damiano
From: Our Beloved Boo ~ R.I.P. Station
Live Jazz
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
A Song For Joe (Heart Strings) ~ Jim Damiano
A Song For Joe - Jim Damiano
From: IN MEMORY OF 'REE' Station
Live Jazz
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
A Song For Joe (Heart Strings) ~ Jim Damiano
A Song For Joe - Jim Damiano
From: BSL IS EVIL - Lennox & Spencer ~ STOP IT Station
Live Jazz
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Rich Russom and Joe Aloisa
A Song For Joe (Heart Strings) ~ Jim Damiano
A Song For Joe - Jim Damiano
From: Compassion For ALL Creatures Station
Live Jazz
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National Impurities
Hide My Pistols
voodoohead on a stick here, this is very Nirvana. of the songs I listened to of N. I. this is the best one.its a edgy driving rocker with great vocals, tight piece of work, they got it happening, solid production, well executed song. this stick up my head is very annoying. any body out there?
From: Voodoo Central Station
Alternative Rock
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Pyry
Cupid
hey, Voodoohead on a stick here. the Cupid is a nasty little Imp sometimes. loving the vocals, tasty guitar work, great rhythmic vibe, haunting storyline......keep the voodoo mojo going
From: Voodoo Central Station
Pop Rock
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HARD LUCK
Shotgun - live off the floor
Kinda like RUSH or TRIUMPH groove. very prolific guitar work with big monster power chords. high energy but with unique change-ups in tempo. SMASH says. dig it
From: SMASH Station
Melodic Hard Rock
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REQUIEM FOR OBLIVION
Godbuilder
not your unusal Sunday Morning Breakfast music but good for fixing a hangover, its a Quite intriguing tasty cool guitar picking big percussion, unusual progression mellow and some dreamy doors infused or Iron butterfly In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, no need to light up a doobie, this is good enough to put you in the mood, so go to a dark room. light the incense and let it ride. Voodoohead on a stick now is beside you, scared yet
From: Voodoo Central Station
Dark Melodic Metal
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The Red Moons
My Father
eYe Got this on the Spot and listen to them there as well as here, good tune with great energy, dynamic tasty guitar touches kinda a a U2 feel but all there own. great band ,tight groove, great vocals, well done boys. see you over there elsewhere and here. from the eYe, I am the guy everyone loves to hate.
From: eYe Station
Alternative Rock
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Cocoy Claravall
To Be Like You
Mellow for the other side of our listening on a Sunday Morning
From: New Age Inspirational Station
Contemporary Christian
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Untitled Art
Philly to Long Branch (Part 2)
RAVE it OUT
From: Velocity Station
Dance
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Fast Talkers
Been Home
Sweeping guitar intro with swirling vibe, then they brings on the driving percussion, then pile on the fat edgy gritty bass line that underpins the tune. dirty cool guitar adds a tripping good feel,. its gonna be a good day after you listen to this big sound.. as for the vocals ,well ya man, good stuff. great piece of songcrafting.eYe bless this work.
From: eYe Station
Indie Rock
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Phil Streets
Irene
Phil got the hip vibe happening here. lots of energy and layers of rainbow colors ,a tapestry of pop with a jazz flair, great trumpet work, stellar rhythmic bounce. dig the piano chops and funky guitar. outstanding vocals. Irene gots da thang going going
From: eYe Station
Adult Alternative
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A-Lister
Invincible Days
eYe find this a trip with neat sounding cool transitions, great clear and effervescent vocals, like the vibrato piano ,sweet sounding bassline light and tasty percussion. great happening pop vibe. lots of color and interesting touches. from the eYe, yes I am still alive I did not die, yet.
From: eYe Station
Alternative Pop
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You Not Me
Smack man arises from a deep sleep, was woken up today by this death metal grinder with powerful driving insanely rockin drum kit, guttural deep from the grave demonic vocals at time.good way to wake up and get some cobwebs out, fU
From: SMACK Station
Alternative metal
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Hop On Pop
We Made It To the Middle
very nice song, a good fit for this station.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Americana
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Bryon Tosoff
light my fire (licensed cover)
FEATURED MALE ARTIST - Greetings Mr. Tosoff! This Doors' cover definitely caught my eye and ear. I love hearing jazz covers of rock and pop songs, and that is not done nearly enough IMHO. I never met and spent any time with Jim Morrison as one of my cousins did. But I would have to surmise that he would love and approve of your cover! Now, that you have re-lit my fire for your music, let us proceed and add many of your works! I am blown away by how you excel across many genres and many...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Jazz
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Richard Scotti
EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU
FEATURED MALE ARTIST - Now #1 in CLASSIC AND PROGRESSIVE ROCK! Now tied for my #3 All-Time Romantic Love Song. Play this amongst any 10 Beatles' songs from 1963 to 1965. Wake up Rip Van Winkle and have him listen intently to all 11 songs. I'll bet anything he can't distinguish the Lennon/McCartney songs from the Scotti song. That is one of the highest sincere compliments I have given in this station. By the way Richard, I love the photo used with this song; it is PERFECT! As a hopeless...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Beatles Pop
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David Nyro
Anything
FEATURED MALE ARTIST - Now tied for my All-Time #3 Romantic Love Song. You mentioned Harry Nilsson and I am there, David! Love your voice; love your piano! ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS! (With the exception of the MonaLisa Twins, this is possibly my favorite song of my first 100 on this station!) I am an amateur pianist, and I can think of no better role model for an up-and-coming artist than you. I will do anything for my wife too; as my wife = my life! Thank you, sir! THANK YOU!!! By the way...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Rock
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MonaLisa Twins
All About Falling In Love
MONA AND LISA WAGNER - MY OVERALL FEATURED ARTISTS! My All-Time #2 Romantic Love Song. (#1 is "For My Lady" by The Moody Blues.") This is one of the greatest love songs of all time about a man and a woman independently realizing they need to search for their true loves. I hope if there is a sequel they find each other. This contains incredible harmonies and chord progressions. "But uhh, what a difference it makes if somebody stays by your side." My #1 MLT Lyric in my #1 MLT Song! Why? ...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Folk
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DeMonicka
21st Century
FEATURED FEMALE ARTIST - 2016 GOLDEN KAYAK WINNERS - BEST FEMALE ARTIST & BEST SONG, POP. DeMonicka! Monicka, I have just been turned on to this incredible indie music community this week and have read all about you. Now that I have personally heard and listened with both ears wide open, I concur with both awards 100%! I will be hearing a lot more from you in the days ahead! Thanks again Evie and Monicka!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop Rock
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LUCE
Buy a Dog
Its a miracle we're even hear and alive...
From: Greatest Clicks Station
Pop Rock
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Adam Exler
Nothing Without You
Nothing at all...
From: Greatest Clicks Station
Pop Rock
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Adam Exler
What Do You Believe
We believe in all that stuff too...fun track!
From: Greatest Clicks Station
Pop Rock
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DeMonicka
Hope
2016 GOLDEN KAYAK WINNER - BEST SONG ELECTRONIC AND DANCE! Forget about Madonna, Beyoncé, and Katy Perry. DeMonicka is twice or three times as good as all of them combined! Variety, innovation, creativity, danceability, and on and on! When is the World USA Tour? When is the ABC Two Hour Prime-Time Special? There will be many more DeMonicka songs on this station. Stay tuned and stay groovy!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Electronic
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David Nyro
What Happened to Us All?
Whoa! I had to pause and catch my breath and make a web folder for your home page and YouTube channel. Now I know you are from Seattle. Do you tour, and if so do you play gigs in the Midwest? Yup, I can definitely see the Procol Harum influence here. The MonaLisa Twins just posted, with photos, on their FB page that they just saw them. As for your question, I have pondered that my entire adult life. I have picked up several clues along the way by traveling eternity road. (Moody Blues...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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David Nyro
Flying Over the Ocean, featuring Tiana Pye
David Nyro and band are now amongst my featured artists and David is now the first of three featured male artists. He includes lovely and groovy ladies as a huge bonus too! Thanks for giving me a "SHOUT" David! That truly began a great and long-lasting friendship between you and me and your incredible music. Thanks also to Tiana! I love her vocals and the entire up-tempo of this classic song!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop
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MonaLisa Twins
I Don't Know Birds That Well
After you listen to this lovely song over and over again you also will not necessarily know birds any better, but you will know Mona and Lisa a whole lot better! If you are in a funk or your day has not started too well, then here is your remedy! Better yet is to watch their video along with the song. If you know of a happier, more joyous, and upbeat tune than this, then please share it with me right away. This song will not only make your day, it will enhance your life! BIG SMILEY FACE!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
twee
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HARD LUCK
The War Within
big song, nice production and vocals.
From: they got the stuff Station
Guitar Rock
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David Nyro
All You Ever Do is Rain, featuring Maddy Dullum
David, I am having a difficult time not picking all your songs! And now you have Maddy Dullum singing! LOVE HER VOICE and I love this song! Life is not all rainbows; first comes the rain! This song is giving me goose bumps! SERIOUSLY! You write about the human condition and that speaks to our souls! I hope in your life you have a bit of sunshine as well!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Rock
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Toren Mozingo
Addicted To You
big voice!
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Urban Contemporary Gospel
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Sean McCready
State of Mind
atmospheric song, it took me away.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Rock
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Steve Horne
On/Off
nice songwriting, good ensemble and really enjoyable solo.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Rock
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Taurus Johnson
Ride
some strange jazz here.
From: Eve Loves Indies Station
Jazz
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Becki Alfrey
Wayfaring Stranger
just beautiful. Great work!
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Sru
Immune
I am a fan of Sru. Nice vocals here and harmonies where they come in.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Indie
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Howlin' Waters Band
Beautiful Buzz
a goodtime song.
From: Eve Loves Indies Station
Blues Rock
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Orthokiss
If It Were Up To Me
Song starts as electropop and then really fills up with depth. Nice voice on lead singer.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Electronic Pop
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The Blue Voodoo
Chugging Along
Chu Chu Chu Chugging along with the blue voodoo, dont give up, keep it happening you just have to keep on chugging ,chugging along and maybe someday you get to where you going, or end up someplace else instead. for all you unbelievers ,you can make it in the biz, but you gots ta play and play and well work your chops. from me, the eYe.
From: eYe Station
Blues
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SLUDGECRAFT
Death Air Americon
SMACKING IT UP, out and in,. dropping and motherload of THRASH SMASH says yo. cool
From: SMASH Station
Hardcore Punk
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SLUDGECRAFT
Death Air Americon
Slamming it out, for all you-from the nasty station KCUF's got it now, you be listening now ok, ya hear. tearing it apart. ripping it up, laying it down, RAWK THE KCUF out of it. F**King great dudes
From: KCUF Station
Hardcore Punk
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Xavier Toscano
Runaway
pop upbeat dance trance vibe, cool groove dude. tasty treat
From: eYe Station
Pop
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Doubting Thompson
Achilles Heel
scorching burning up the fretboard. flames shredding the shite out of the thing. slam it down with scremo, thrash smash bash. head banging mesmerizing ,wailing it out.
From: SMACK Station
Thrash Metal
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Howlin' Waters Band
Beautiful Buzz
Kicking smoking hot guitar work.
From: Blues Music is Truth Station
Blues Rock
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Bob Elliott
Kindness (We Fly)
smooth groove and a soul vibe coming at ya, hip sound bro
From: FLOW Station
Acoustic Soul
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John Dartnell (Official)
Crazy Little Town
big sound, nice tune.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Americana
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Sara-Bel Music
Father's Day (My Superman)
nice story.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Country
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Phoebe Legere (Official)
Men From Boys
This lady sounds like a pro.
From: More Great Songs by Great Acts Station
Americana
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Melvin Fromm Jr. (Official)
slow track toward dreams
wow this was a wild instrumental, a trip.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Instrumental
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Primal Therapy
Let Our Love Grow
Love this band, they are very melodic.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Acoustic Pop
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Ray William Roldan (Official)
Foreplay
oh my, this song pushed my buttons. :)
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Americana
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Garth Adam
This Time
very sweet song, so innocent, made me feel good.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Singer/Songwriter
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Richard Scotti
LITTLE BABY
Nice songwriting!
From: Eve Loves Indies Station
Classic and Progressive Rock
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Marc Maynon
Hey Little Girl
a very soulful song, I loved it!
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Acoustic Ballad
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BEATLESEX
The Doughnut Song
a silly song but I liked it.
From: Eve's Hooky Cookie Station
Alternative Modern Rock
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Barley Station
Abilene
love the harmonies, great songwriting too.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Alternative Country
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Poirot
Down The Line
very nice tune from one of IMP's top songwriters.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Alternative Pop Rock
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Marty Brodell
Angry
lively song with quirky good melody.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Classic Rock
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Sean V Syndicate
Internet Mole
good lyrics and the song rox.
From: More Great Songs by Great Acts Station
Rock
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The Coming of Age
If You Believe (and I Believe)
Sometimes my brother surprises me and he sure did here, I didn't know they could do this kind of song.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Country Blues
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Lee Burke
Winter Sun
sentimental sad song from one of my favorite songwriters on IMP.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Pop
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Sean V Syndicate
Head Case
bluesy, nice ensemble.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Rock
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Francesca Tamellini
The Wood
Francesca just gets better and better. This is so good.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Easy Listening/Soft Rock
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Chloe Mayson
Overload
new and fresh artist
From: Eve Loves Indies Station
Pop
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National Impurities
Join Me
reminds me of a more lowkey Metallica. This is a good band.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Alternative Rock
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Flowers in Syrup
Ghost
but it's a nice ghost. I remember this band, glad to see they're still making songs.
From: Eve's Branching Out Station
post rock
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Jordan Everist
Let Go
Absolutely loved the vocals on this!
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Electronic
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Jordan Everist
Switching Lanes
very atmospheric and sounds several years ahead of its time.
From: Eve Loves Indies Station
Electronic
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Pyry
Cupid
Nice production. a heartbreaking song.
From: Love and Disappointment Station
Pop Rock
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ELVIS LESLEY
I'm Everywhere And Anywhere But Home
Nice melody, unique song.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Country Rock
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P.S. Your Cat is Dead
Beautiful Punk
beautiful understated melody. This is the best new artist I've heard in awhile.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Acoustic punk
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Revelation Daze
Floodgates
a religious song but very well done.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Christian/Spiritual
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Chris Hance
Harry Macari Nu Filofax
Chris' music leaves you with a strange feeling but the textures he creates are really groovy.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Indie Folk
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Pegstone
Close My Eyes
interesting voice, this song took surprising twists and turns.
From: Eve Loves Indies Station
Alternative indie rock
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Bacci
Radioactive
This was a sultry song, the artist seems to be pretty unique.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
R&B/Soul
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Grey Test
Baseball bat
He's got a baseball bat and he's going to take off your head.
From: Eve Turns on the Radio Station
Hard Blues Rock
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Roman
Dirty Bird
nice jaunting track
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Alternative Country Rock
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Bob Elliott
Kindness (We Fly)
soulful stylings no doubt.
From: they got the stuff Station
Acoustic Soul
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Adam Exler
Nothing Without You
really nice voice, I love this song,.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Pop Rock
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Pegstone
Cause You're Not There
some very deep musical tones hit in this song. It's an interesting composition.
From: they got the stuff Station
Alternative
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Tosoff and April
Movies Of Our Mind
this is a strange brew of sorts, its a mixture of crazy and sanity, it is a song that is stirred shaken thrown in the air, caught single handedly then drunk from a cup that is foaming and hissing with smoke and fire ablazing. It is made up of dreams and ambitions that are bubbling over, it reveals truth lies and deceit of our hopes and aspirations in becoming something impossible, a star, and then all that desire and precious dreams, well they are dashed upon the rocks, throw me a life...
From: Voodoo Central Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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Bob Elliott
Kindness (We Fly)
Tasty cool. feel the groove, its happening here on the vibe where you hear the latest in the way smooth flow and tripping easy mellow soul
From: The VIBE Station
Acoustic Soul
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The Blue Voodoo
Bad News
Bad News around. cool acoustic guitar, great vocals/harmonies
From: rOuGh CuTs Station
Blues
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Sully
This Town's Called Crash
eYe did a check out of this song awhile ago and placed it on the Imp Originals station of mine, they are from way back in the day, Canuckleheads from Toronto, intriguing and inviting song with an engaging groove,Sully signed to Nettwerk Records 20 years ago and had some decent success, although the life span of the band did not last long,the band members are no longer together The band's website www.sullyweb.com is currently inactive. In 2001, Sully was reported to be working on a fourth album...
From: eYe Station
Alternative
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Tinny Bennett
Millions of Miles
Tinny Bennett got eYemazing magic in Millions of Miles, great voice, season veteran making great music. tasteful touches here and there, well phrased lyrics, very fine singing, lots of emotion ,truly genuine, feel this for sure, ,well appointed instrumentation solid production. Tinny makes this believable. eYe dig your tune man
From: eYe Station
Indie Pop
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otteri selva
On the sound
for sound
From: otteri rap Radio Station
Hip Hop/Rap
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Thought Gang
superman
In the intro it sounded like I was dreaming a calliope was miles away and riding towards me on a flat bed cart until it passed me and the vocals took it's place. Does that make any sense to anyone? Yes, come on home Superman. And come on home Thought Gang. I read we can't find you and I wish to know who to properly thank for this song. Just sayin' - By the way, this song is a perfect complement to "Superlungs My Supergirl" on Donovan's 1969 "Barabajagal" album.
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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Sheryl Crow
No Depression In Heaven
Sheryl returns to her country roots! Kudos Ms. Crow; great line dance song and love them fiddles; yee haw! Sheryl, you were my #1 All-Time Female Solo Artist, until Norah Jones came along. You both have 9 Grammys, so who will break the tie? I dunno, m'lady! Norah is a tad younger and is currently on top of her game. Interesting that you have returned to your country roots from rock and pop, whereas Norah has returned to her jazz roots from country and pop! (smiley face)
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Francesca Tamellini
I Guess I Should Say Thank You
Francesca, you said on your artist's page. "I am a young songwriter trying to get a name. Resident in the UK but any connection anywhere would be great!" I hope this helps, because I am a fairly new and assertive station manager and this station is about to be launched coast-to-coast in the States and south into Latin America. I guess I am the one who should say thank you to you, for I shall receive endless hours of listening to your sweet, pure, pitch perfect, feminine voice. Are you the...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Acoustic
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Richard Scotti
WATER FROM A STONE
Guess what? Yup; another former #1 in Classic Rock! OMG Richard! The very first 3 or 4 chords of this are totally reminiscent of classic works of the early 70's! Water From A Stone sounds like water from THE ROLLING STONES from the Sticky Fingers / Exile on Main Street era! This blows my mind! I will soon send this station nationwide and south to 3 Latin American countries. The Stones are my All-Time #7 Band, but they are #1 for my brother. As soon as I send this station to him I will...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Classic and Progressive Rock
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Richard Scotti
BROTHER JOHN
Richard, what a beautiful tribute to John Lennon! Were you trying to bring tears to my eyes, sir? You accomplished just that, brother. You are a kindred soul and spirit to Brother John and that means to me as well. Previously #1 in Classic Rock!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
60's Rock
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Shoe City Sound
It's Time © Bryon Tosoff featuring Duane Flock
Golden Kayak Winner - Best Song Miscellaneous 2016! Groovy! Miscellaneous is a cool genre and one I should investigate more often. But now it's almost time I find some more Mr. Scotti tunes before this station hits the century mark. One more thing, Bryon and Duane; for the next dinner party my wife and I host, what are the names of some of your stations?
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Miscellaneous
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The Coming of Age
If You Believe (and I Believe)
This song swings along, a little country, a little blues. I love the upbeat melody and lyrics.
From: Cincy Cat's Top 40 Station
Country Blues
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The Coming of Age
If You Believe (and I Believe)
Hi Scott! This is really, really good! Like I said over in the MLT club, this is truly in your wheelhouse, methinks! Unless I am mistaken, this is my first Country Blues genre song here. but not the last by any means. I like country and I like blues, but the combination of the two really works! Please write more in this style, sir! I would also love to hear Norah Jones cover this or perhaps you and her do a duet together. Perhaps "Later...With Jools Holland" as the venue would work...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Country Blues
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HARD LUCK
The War Within
Huge sound, many layers of symphonic harmonies, lead shredding, cool vocals, number one in all genres. awesome !!
From: INDIE SPIRIT Station
Guitar Rock
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Bob Elliott
Owl
This song is an amazing piece of songcrafting, really it is, it is a most tasty morsel among the many songs here, and it stands out more then many tunes here, and not to dismiss the other fine works that appear here at IMP, but it just is killer sweet and has some special magic to it, the reason it is better is due to the masterful production, skillful songwriting and lyrical content. It is a well polished work that sparkles and shines brightly, it is a testament to Bob Elliott's drive and...
From: MUSIC IS TRUTH Station
Acoustic Soul
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Bryon Tosoff
My Wish w James Elliott
Soaring vocals and very catchy melody and a strong message.
From: PoPRoX Station
Alternative Modern Rock
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Bryon Tosoff
My Wish w James Elliott
Soaring vocals and very catchy melody and a strong message.
From: Voices of Angels Station
Alternative Modern Rock
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HARD LUCK
The War Within
Rocker from Canuckville
From: Canadiana Station
Guitar Rock
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Francesca Tamellini
The Wood
well, keats said "beauty and truth," and indeed francesca's vocal, harmonies, and charmin' piano are fresh, bold, poetic, and thot-provokin'...
From: PICNIC Station
Easy Listening/Soft Rock
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HARD LUCK
The War Within
Brilliant song, and Voodoo casts a spell you you too, that war to fight the devil and bad is inside us all is a challenge. And losing someone close is a bitter realization of our own mortality. Voodoo guy
From: Voodoo Central Station
Guitar Rock
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Francesca Tamellini
The Wood
Beautiful,brutal and incredible musically , its truth cuts to the chase ,this is a different Francesca with her coming at you with a amazing lyrical coolness. she weaves and spins a song that will make you ,say, right on. Music is Truth and Francesca truly brings it here with, the wood
From: MUSIC IS TRUTH Station
Easy Listening/Soft Rock
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CherieO
Shun the Medusa-CherieO NakedNoiz
a great new rock act I first heard on facebook. This one you must play loud.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Hard Rock
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Bryon Tosoff
meditation
Just another (yawn) Golden Kayak Winner - Best Song Ambient & Classical 2016, for Mr. Bryon Tosoff! One with which to drift off into peaceful reverie; we all need that. Champagne, candle light and a hot bubble bath would suffice with this. Love the majestic photo of God's creation that accompanies this as well. Thank you kind, sir!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Meditative
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DeMonicka
The Mirrors
Monicka DeMonicka! It took hearing about two bars to decide to add this song. What mature wisdom your songs have for someone still so young! I wish my wife and I could travel back to Poland again and visit you for hours and days! (We were there in 1985, the only other country in which I have ever set foot.) I'm happy that you know English so well, as my Polish is very limited and rusty. Like QIMO, I would LOVE to hear you sing more in Polish. Although I understand very few of the words,...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop
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DeMonicka
As If I Never
It is also high time I added some music from Croatia! Otherwise how could I ever play my station for my buddy Don who is of Croatian heritage? I certainly could not pretend as if I never heard this song. One more add from you and then back to Mr. Tosoff again. Thank you dear!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Rock
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Norah Jones
Wurlitzer Prize (I don't wanna get over you)
Norah Jones; My All-Time #1 Female Solo Artist! You cemented that position last night at Omaha's Orpheum Theater! My 4 greatest concerts in alphabetical order: Moody Blues - 1992, Norah Jones - June 5, 2017, Paul McCartney - 1990, Rolling Stones 1972. Norah, you made my heart skip a beat when you answered me from center stage! You replied "THANKS TO YOU" when I shouted from the balcony, "LOVE YOU, NORAH!" I always have, and I always will! I know that IMP is primary a showcase for indie...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop
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BTB
Run Away
Sunshine smile and happy days with BTB from Toronto Canada brings a upbeat pop groove with some fresh new sounds from the place that is always bringing you the best in new releases. lots of tasty vibes going on. Run Away has a bit of JB feel but all his own from BTB
From: eYe Station
Pop
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Becki Alfrey
Three Mile Creek
fresh mountain dew, vocal, harmonies, banjo and fiddle, story old as da hills, kudos...
From: HILLS ARE ALIVE WITH SINGING BIRDS Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Bryon Tosoff
Spring Rain
Once again, the plus sign was clicked right away! I would love a collaboration by you with Chip Davis and Mannheim Steamroller. This piece is squarely in the wheelhouse of Chip's "Fresh Aire" series. Better yet, could you come to Omaha and play a command solo performance at the Witherspoon Concert Hall at the Joslyn Museum or at the Holland Center, the world class venue and home of the Omaha Symphony Orchestra? Is it legal for me to add every song from an artist here at IMP? I will break...
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Classical
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Steve April
March
About time for another instrumental and LOVE this! Didn't know what an "ambient" genre was, so looked it up: "a style of instrumental music with electronic textures and no persistent beat, used to create or enhance a mood or atmosphere." I like instrumentals as they "cleanse one's palate" as it were, between vocal songs. And yes, Steve I see The Beatles influence here. (See "Flying")
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Ambient
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the karmics
returned out nice
cabaret vibe, w neat harmonies and bvs, cheeky, cheerful burlesque trippers 19361969, "returned out nice," kudos...
From: We Sang In The Summer Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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HARD LUCK
The War Within
This is Truly a great release. spectacular guitar work, outstanding vocals. powerful and engaging ,top drawer production. everything about this is brilliant
From: External Forces Station
Guitar Rock
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Barley Station
Abilene
This group always brings top drawer tunage, kinda reflective and hopeful, yet it spins a story of how one feels about a special someone, well woven tune, its the kinda vibe and laid back feel we need every now and then with good singing and some wonderful harmonies, cool tremolo guitar , dig that too,real cool work, super cool organic groove, I really like how this song builds and brings in instrumentation bit by bit. Simple but so effective as for the piano, hey nice touch there mellow and...
From: MUSIC IS TRUTH Station
Alternative Country
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HARD LUCK
The War Within
HOLY MOFU these guys shred huge ,whacks of power SMASH IT
From: SMASH Station
Guitar Rock
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HARD LUCK
The War Within
Crisp clear dynamic intro, big soundscape.Ok the intro, that got me, I expected a easy groove throughout. what! then came the crushing driving edgy vibe, man The War Within. well its powerful engaging intelligent and well put together. Solid Production,As for the Vocalist, world class singing This song got me like right away. real catchy intro, with so coolness, retro sounds and images of 70s ala Led Zep, a group I seen a number of times here in Van BC ,This guitarist is crazy good, such ...
From: eYe Station
Guitar Rock
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the karmics
(in me olde) milltown
da workin' life, the cobblestone mornings, ah, the weary trek to work, to justatoucha musique...
From: Change The World Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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Bryon Tosoff
I am leaving
when some leave us behind ,with out letting us know. then we find out, the truth and see that death is real and crushes us with the loss
From: Mystery Radio Station
Acoustic
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Bob Elliott
Owl
Too cool, too way cool,.man it Flows so cool, way west coast jazzy cool, love that rhodes piano patch, tastefully appointed percussion,the song is sparse and broken down in places, pleasant, tripping guitar melodic line. as usual, Bobs Vocals make this for an interesting listen, wait a minute this builds so cool starting at the 2 minute area, unwinds into the bridge and builds ,builds and finds a new way back home to the head, cool guitar shots and piano is rich and just there. This is Bobs...
From: FLOW Station
Acoustic Soul
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dorian london
Simple Melody
Dorian London brings us something more then a Simple Melody, this is a incredibly awesome song with great production. Big soundscape, soaring vocals, cool acoustic guitar, rich tapestry of eyemazingness. the lady singer delivers , but lets think about the progression of the song, interesting chord transitions, powerful and engaging lyrics, riveting inspiring all through, just love that bass line, the tasty guitar topping off the arrangement ,driving percussion , the eYe loves Dorian London.
From: eYe Station
Pop Rock
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the karmics
c's charity
Now this is tripping cool. tasty well placed guitar parts. rich tapestry of Love, Super, Delicious, vibe. retrolicious radically raving rainbow of colors cascading with a waterfall of smoothness, got to get some of that magic in me. thanks for your eyemazing esoteric enlightening groove
From: eYe Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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the karmics
lost and found
gentle swayin' piano (figuratively) and stirrin' vocal, catchy chorus, kudos...
From: Outside the Window Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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Becki Alfrey
Three Mile Creek
Welcome to What the Folk Becki, digging your fun upbeat magic here at this station, excellent vocals and nice harmonies. gotta love that banjo, and amazing fiddle work. fun listen.
From: What the Folk! Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Becki Alfrey
Heal This Hurtin' Heart
Cool fiddle work jumps right out at ya, upbeat with that catchy rhythmic beat and Becki gives it , great pickin its a foot tapper. tasty instrumentation, well balanced and draws you in. Folking good
From: What the Folk! Station
acoustic
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Steve Ison
Willow
Fresh air blowing through your hair, Sunshine warms your face you breathe in the sweet scent and good energy of the Isonic magic, bringing the beauty and love of Steve's magical sounds to Music is Truth. Is this special or what, oh Yeah, it is is uplifting happy good energy from the man with the golden voice and master craftman of song. Such great sounds are captured in this song. Truly a wizard of weaving stories and sounds, vibrant rich and full of sunshine.
From: MUSIC IS TRUTH Station
Brit Pop
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littleSUNDAY
PANIC ROOM
Time to send all IAC music listeners into a PANIC. ;-) Don't you go dyin' on me!
From: *****HOLLYWOOD ENDING***** Station
Rock
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Garth Adam
This Time
Such a good feel song, lifts your spirits which music should do, Stellar works by Garth Adam. eYe bless this tune.may it bring joy and happiness to you all today and onward. the eYe
From: eYe Station
Singer/Songwriter
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Garth Adam
This Time
If there is truth in music, real music that stands on its own, this is it. Tasty intro, draws you in gradually and builds, Garth weaves some magic,excellent vocals, well crafted works here, He achieves less by using the less is more technique which is something that really works so well in this simple tune, the magic is in the lyrics, but the instrumentation just is so so good. As the song moves along it reveals a special quality of production, solid musicianship and shows what you can do with...
From: MUSIC IS TRUTH Station
Singer/Songwriter
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Primal Therapy
Let Our Love Grow
Take a trip back in time with Primal Therapy with the innocence of a 60's feel of early pop this is happy time music. leaves you with a good feeling m has a nice groove dudes. keep working your chops, developing your craft.
From: Mystery Radio Station
Acoustic Pop
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Ray William Roldan (Official)
Foreplay
FOREPLAY !! what a trip, I Love the stripped down organic feel of this tune, gravely voice, with grit and groove. Excellent lyrics. Ray weaves a stellar storyline that draws you in, and what else, well enjoying other aspects too with that big dog of a bass thumping away, mellow sweeping brushes for percussion just giving it a good feel and tasty placement of guitar here and there. This is a treat in a day age of noise clatter and nonsense. This do well on country radio too. and perhaps there...
From: What the Folk! Station
Americana
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Tinatin
Wild
A message we need today, more than ever. Great melody, harmonies and production. Love this song!
From: Cincy Cat's Top 40 Station
Brit Pop
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Larree
Hundred Dollar Bills
100 dollar bills, funk groove with tasty guitar eYe dig. laying it on the root, tripping
From: eYe Station
West Coast
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Bad Ass Boots
Boogie On The Bayou
A song and dance story ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Americana
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Martin H. Samuel
Be My Rock
Looking for a solid foundation upon which to build a relationship - by Ms. Nancy Reed ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Pop Ballad
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Martin H. Samuel
Every Teardrop
Precious memories - by Lisa Nemzo ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Adult Contemporary
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Martin H. Samuel
Double-Cross Your Heart
This 'good guy' ain't gonna finish last - by Paul Smith ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Pop Rock
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Martin H. Samuel
The Man In The Moon
Tellin' my troubles to a higher authority - by Renard J. Cohen ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Ballad
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Martin H. Samuel
Who Knows Where The Money Goes
Caribbean dreams or, wishful thinking - by Lisa Aschmann ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Holiday Pop
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Martin H. Samuel
Lovestruck
Gobsmacked - by Esprít ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Disco-pop
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Eclipse
Show Me Heaven
Point me in the right direction - by Eclipse ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Album Oriented Rock
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Martin H. Samuel
Somethin's Jumpin' In The Pumpkin Patch
A Halloween horror story - by Brad Moranz ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Holiday Pop
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Martin H. Samuel
Ask Me Why
The boy's in love by John V. Reynolds ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Pop Vocals
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Eclipse
Dangerous Game
Love ain't always all it's cracked up to be - by Eclipse ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Album Oriented Rock
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Martin H. Samuel
Junior's Pa
Hank Williams - by Brad Moranz ...
From: Radio Martin Station
New Traditional
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Martin H. Samuel
A Tale Of Two Cities
About makin' it in New York or Los Angeles - by Antonia G. Venezia ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Soundtrack Pop
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Martin H. Samuel
Cog In The Wheel
I won't be a number - by Brian Hadley & Renard J. Cohen ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Album Oriented Rock
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Bright Eye Band
Rock 'n' Roll Medley
The 50's revisited - by Bright Eye band : www.brighteyeband.n.nu ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Rock
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Bright Eye Band
Got A Hold On Me
Got a yearnin' too - by Bright Eye band : www.brighteyeband.n.nu ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Funk Rock
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Bright Eye Band
You Let Me Down
What a disappointment - by Bright Eye band : www.brighteyeband.n.nu ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Rock
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Heatwave
Rastus Ravel (Is A Mean Old Man)
He's a nasty piece of work - by Heatwave : www.heatwave.n.nu ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Funk Pop
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Martin H. Samuel
After The Rain
Better days are yet to come - by Brian Hadley & Renard J. Cohen ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Rock
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Eclipse
Freedom Is A Cruel Mistress
Everything has a price - by Eclipse ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Album Oriented Rock
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Martin H. Samuel
Heart Full Of Love
A heart full of love is all you need - by Lisa Nemzo ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Adult Contemporary
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Martin H. Samuel
Tar Beach
Summer days up on the tar paper rooftop in New York City - by Paul Smith ...
From: Radio Martin Station
dance pop
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Eclipse
Blind Side
Didn't see it comin' - by Eclipse ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Album Oriented Rock
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Martin H. Samuel
Soul'd Out
A sad story of lost love - by DownTown Mystic ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Power Pop
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Martin H. Samuel
Keepin'The Wolf From The Door Of My Heart
Keeping the demons at bay - by Lisa Nemzo ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Modern Blues
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Martin H. Samuel
Turn To Me
When all else fails - by Lisa Nemzo ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Pop Rock
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Martin H. Samuel
T.L.C.
Tender loving care - by In Cognito ...
From: Radio Martin Station
dance pop
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Sunny 'n' the Cut
My Heart Is Set On You
Better do better next time around ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Pop Rock
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Sunny 'n' the Cut
If Love Makes The World Go Round
A little more love would make the world a better place ...
From: Radio Martin Station
R&B/Soul
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Sunny 'n' the Cut
Good Love
Sometimes you lose an' then, sometimes you win ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Alternative Blues
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Sunny 'n' the Cut
Roller Coaster
The ups and downs of a love affair ...
From: Radio Martin Station
Pop Rock
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Becki Alfrey
Wayfaring Stranger
a soulful, bluesy romp, w rich backin' and harmonies, a cool bass, a spirited mandolin kickin' fiddle, ahh, cheers...
From: Light My Fire Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Becki Alfrey
Brother, Won't You Run
sparklin' players, country dew, claw hammer banjo, fiddle, mandolin, kudos...
From: Spring Is Springin' Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Marc Ceccotti
Many Worlds
7/4 and more, Incredible variety of arrangements, Various architectures intersect and intertwine,luminous harmonic constructions,changes of atmosphere come to surprise you to bring you ever farther ... so visit these Worlds ... and so you will have a moment traveled in the future.
From: Affinity ties Station
Neo-Progressive Rock
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MOTORBABY
So Surprised
Sharon, you come highly recommended to me by Evie, and I agree I needed another rocker chick with high energy. Please don't be surprised and thanks for the SHOUT! Yes, with you around I will definitely keep rocking! That was a big part of my 60's era, eh? You are keeping that alive too. Keep on motoring, baby! Sharon, I just read your Spotlight interview with Scott; great questions and great answers! I enjoyed learning more about you and your musical journey in life!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Alternative Rock
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MonaLisa Twins
I Wanna Kiss You
Yes, I wanna want Mona and Lisa to wanna kiss me and I wanna kiss them. But in the most appropriate way on the cheek like an uncle or grandpa. You know what is really special to me about this song though? It is when they sing "I don't wanna live without you." That is exactly how my wife responded in June 1981 when I asked her to marry me!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Pop Rock
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Hugh Hamilton
L.O.V.E. (Duet with Dick Aven)
Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Aven, I L.O.V.E. both the saxophone and the banjo. But together they sound like an instrumental match made in heaven! Immediately I will listen to more Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana by you!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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DeMonicka
Born To Sing
DeMonicka, you have indeed sung the purest words ever; that you were born to sing! I am glad that our lives have overlapped to be blessed to hear you. Pianist Karolina Kowalczewska aka Chiara! You can play a command performance with your dear songstress friend for me any time. I can’t wait to play this for our Master’s in Music pianist friend and her viola-player daughter! Please come to our city and you will have all standing ovations! Bravo bravo i glosne brawa Panie!
From: Groovy and 60's Style Station
Ballad
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the karmics
where is?
out of the ashes rises the phoenix, brian, colin?, great to have you here...
From: There's Gold In Them Thar Hills Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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the karmics
the kings shilling
colorful ditty, wonderin', eclectic, childlike, w humor and style, neat vocal and instrumentation, cheers...
From: Wavelength Station
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic
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Whitherward
The Anchor
great new song from one of my favorite bands on IMP, the title cut from their new record too!
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Alternative Indie Folk
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Steve Horne
This is Love
driving song.
From: More from Eve's Stash Station
Rock
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Eric Steffensen
Spontaneity
very pretty song.
From: Eve's New Life, Eve's New Station Station
Acoustic Indie Pop
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