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Rock: 70's Rock Jazz: Jazz Fusion Moods: Featuring Guitar
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by Dave Tinetti

Original rock/jazz
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Let's Ride
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2. How Could It Be?
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3. Larissa's Song
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4. Fantasy Rules
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5. I Can't Follow
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6. So Near the End
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7. Jilly and the Big City Guns
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8. I Should Have Been a Friend
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9. One More Try
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10. For the Letters
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11. Out of My League
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12. Getaway Kate
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13. It's All in Your Head
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14. Henri Come Quickly
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a collection of songs I've written over the years, spanning from the late eighties to the present. Main influences have been the Beatles, Steeler Dan, popular songs from the classic rock era, as well as the classical composers. Not exactly easy listening, the songs tend to be a bit more intense than standard pop music. I myself grew up listening to everything from the Everly Brothers to Crosby Stills to Hendrix to the Eagles to Cheryl Crow and beyond. My old bandmates from the early 70's helped me record the songs in real studios using professional musicians and state of the art equipment. Though I am not personally an accomplished instrumentalist, these folks are, and have brought the album into the realm of a professional work of art. To them I am deeply grateful. We thank you for listening.

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