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Crying Town - Single

by Buddy Love

Channeling "Abbey Road" era Beatles, Crying Town builds from an almost invisible intro (reminiscent of "Mother Nature's Son") to a verse which recalls "I Am The Walrus" to a chorus full of longing and power, all the while remaining fresh and current.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Crying Town
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Album Notes
Crying Town represents a totally new direction for Buddy Love, away from the DIY Power Pop (that brought them their notoriety in the 80's) to "ahem" mature adult contemporary rock artists with songs that can stand the test of time and be listened to again and again. Their new album also Called Crying Town will be release summer of 2010.

Here's what people have said upon hearing Crying Town;

A breath of fresh air in a stale music scene across the country...kinda cool beatle like chord changes.

Awwwwww Maaaaannnn! This is the most perfect song I've heard in a long time...Joey & Co, you have one helluva song there, and I'm more than confident that the rest of your new stuff will be as good if not, if it could, be better!!!!

Great song, almost perfect mix.



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Bruce Irving

Very cool song
Just saw this on the CD Baby main page. I don't know this band, but the preview sounded pretty good, so it's a 99 cent impulse buy. At first I was a little skeptical of their "playing the Beatles card" so heavily in the short description, but this song really does have some of that Beatles feel without being totally derivative. I especially like the bridge and the guitar solo. Nice work!

Mark Gardner

Welcome addition to Buddy Love titles
A brilliant song - the vocals well sung, musicianship tight and a tune that varies from quite and to powerful in just the right places. Looking forward to the full album release. Great work.