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by Buddy Mix

This is a Cher meets Bono Contempary Rock song with lyrics that take you back to the childhood hero of a desparate man, Superman.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Superman (Where are you today?)
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Is it time to be discovered yet?

I have a BA in music with an emphasis in voice from UCLA. During the time I was in college I signed a producer/manager contract with D’Arneil Africa Pershing and Roy Rogosin who were doing arrangements and recordings for Universal Pictures, Debbie and Pat Boone, Andy Williams, and Johnny Mathis. Around the same time I met another producer whose dad recorded the NBC theme music, Mark, who liked my voice, so we did an exchange. I recorded his song, “Be my friend” in exchange for getting my song “Superman” recorded. D’Arneil did the arrangements in exchange for recording a song he wrote called “The Song that goes La” and Roy handled the contracts for a percentage of the outcome; my career. It was a moment of magic in my life because at the time a single cost about $10,000 to record and minimum wage was $2.75. Computerized music didn’t exist and everything was recorded by live musicians. Because of our deal the only cost for me was my time.

Twenty years later, in 2005, Denis Couture from Quebec, Canada picked up my educational DVD “The Singer’s Workout” being sold in the Guitar Center Stores and contacted me over the internet. At the end of my instructional DVD I have a tune called “Our Love Will Always Win” that Eric Walker did a gorilla style music video of. Eric Walker is an acting star. Eric starred in the Ewok Adventure, a George Lucas film spin-off of Star Wars, who I was giving private singing lessons to at the time. Denis e-mailed me and said he loved the song. Well it turns out Denis is a producer. I e-mailed Denis, “you know that was done a while ago. I’m not as young as the guy you saw in the video. Denis laughed and wrote back, so what, you’re great and I’m honored to work with you.

Two years ago I started an on-line magazine, emodelmagazine.com with my now partner, acting star Eric Walker. (The same guy who shot the MTV style music video and editor on the instructional DVD “The Singer’s Workout”.) Warner Brothers sent Eric and I a new trailer from their up and coming release this summer of “Superman” for www.emodelmagazine.com to post. It dawned on me, “I have a song I wrote about that character!” So, I sent Denis a copy of Superman over the net and he remixed it. With the new Superman movie coming out this summer it seemed like a good the thing to do.

At around the same time, in January 2006, the manager at Music Video Products, Freddie, who distribute my instructional video, introduced me to Jason Rosenberg of Pulse Now, during the NAMM show, while we were standing in line waiting for our entry passes. Jason told me Pulse Now introduces new artists on their internet radio show. I mentioned to Jason I had a new song…..Superman, where are you today (lol)…..Jason gave me his card and said, send it to me. So, I sent Jason, the A&R/Operations Manager of Pulse Now at www.pulsenow.com, a song I recorded twenty years ago, that was remixed last month by a guy in Canada, Denis Couture, a hip producer, who I’ve only met over the internet and wondered, is it time to be discovered yet?

By Buddy Mix



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