Fat Love | A Hollywood Dream

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A Hollywood Dream

by Fat Love

Two lovers sing a melting pot of acoustic funky folk with a touch of the disco world vibe
Genre: Easy Listening: Love Songs
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1. Dream
4:58 album only
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2. Sweet Gentleman of Mine
4:09 album only
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3. Summer of Ghosts
4:33 album only
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4. Hot Stuff
4:03 album only
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5. Inspiration
3:49 album only
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6. Cadillac Problems
3:12 album only
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7. Chicken Soup
3:09 album only
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8. You Sexy Thing
4:10 album only
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9. Sweet Serenity
3:56 album only
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10. Hush Love
3:45 album only
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11. Keep Comin' Back
4:35 album only
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12. Leave a Message
0:29 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
They call us the Sonny & Cher of 2005 or was it Captain & Tennille???? Anyway, this is Fat Love's first album and it is a melting pot of musical style. It begins with a funky hip hop-tinged folk vibe, makes its way into a world beat disco jam and finds its way home again. We are just two kooky people in love living the Hollywood dream... basically hanging out drinkin' lots of coffee and rentin' movies on a Saturday night.


Josh Schreiber was in a band during the late eighties called "Double D Nose," which was influential in the early formation of the rock rap genre. So don't be surprised when you hear some smokin' rhymes sprinkled throughout the album. He's constantly being told that he sounds like the guy who sings "Welcome Back Kotter." That makes sense because his dad was the famous comedian Avery Schreiber. In the 1970's, Avery graced our tv sets with his curly hair and moustache in the Dorito's ads.

Rachel Lesner can be seen dancing around the neighborhood of Melrose and Fairfax wearing her cowboy hat and a smile. She sounds like an old jazz singer singin' a disco tune in a musical comedy. She's been told her voice is reminiscent of Anita Baker, Annie Lennox, Donna Summer, Tori Amos, Toni Braxton, Sade, Joan Armatrading and Diana Ross. However, we accept whoever she happens to be channeling at any given moment.

We invite you to share "A HOLLYWOOD DREAM" with us.........

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Reba Lee

They Rock!
I really like the sincerity that shines through the words and the vibe of the music. It's really refreshing to hear people who want to spread life and love to the world, instead of the same ole songs that are played over and over again. I hope they do another CD. Really enjoyed them!
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Reba Lee

Fantastic!!!!!! They are going to be famous!
I really enjoy listening to this dynamic duo!!! They have such charm and warmth. They really.....well they just make you feel good about life and love. We all need a LOTTA Fat Love. Some of these songs should be the country's theme song. Bravo to them!!!! Bravo!!!
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Jude BB

Le plein d'Amour.....Love always, "FAT LOVE" give us 100% of it!
SOoooo Amazing....you just want to listen and listen ...again again & again...who will not?....all the songs are about LOVE & what happening around it. I already bought a bunch of CD and send them to my friend and family in Paris.....more Romance for the city of Love...why not!... that never hurt!
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