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Mixed Bag

by The Dossetts

New progressive, fun-loving music with a wide variety of sounds all the way from an Emerson, Lake and Palmer to a Daft Punk.
Genre: Pop: Synth Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Don't Overlook the Obvious
3:09 $0.99
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2. Sippin' On A Crazy Straw
3:09 $0.99
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3. Wally's Theme
4:00 $0.99
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4. Black Crystal
5:33 $0.99
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5. Yo, Hoedown
3:16 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
As one of the music industry's most versatile composers, arrangers, and producers, Tom Dossett has been actively involved in radio, television, stage, film and recording since his first piano lesson at age five. His success as a writer has stretched across a wide range of musical formats such as classical, jazz, rock, country, sacred, blues, Latin and many more. Tom can fit his musical creations to almost any performance situation and at any level. His "A-list" of entertainers credited to his vast musical background includes such names as: Lee Greenwood, Richard Carpenter, Leslie Uggams, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Roger Miller, Roy Clark, Melba Moore, Richard Stoltzman, JoAnne Worley, Ricky Skaggs, Diane Schuur, Steve Gadd, and Henry Mancini.

These new titles from the Dossetts cover a wide variety of styles and sounds and together form a real mixed bag.

"Don't Overlook The Obvious" written by Tommy features his younger brother, Toby on the lead vocal and the rest of the Dossetts backing him up with Tom on keyboards/synths, Patricia on background vocals, Rachel on bass, Beth on guitar and Tommy on drums.

"Sippin' On A Crazy Straw" features young Hannah, age eleven, on all vocals. This is one crazy fun-loving song, so be sure to listen to the very end and hear the final last drop being sucked away.

"Wally's Theme" could be a television theme song and was written for the fun of it. Hear Tom's piano chops on this one.

"Black Crystal" has an ethereal electronic presence that is so peaceful and yet haunting. If you like Daft Punk, this one's it.

"Yo, Hoedown" brings down the electronic farm house and has an early Emerson, Lake and Palmer feel to it - y'all will want to dance.

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