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Sweet E

by Geoffrey Code

A funny little love song about a very pretty girl.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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Sweet E is the second of two singles released by Geoffrey Code in advance of his new album, 'Later', slated for release in the autumn of 2014.

The new album coming in October '14, will be a mix of pop, country and folk songs. Sweet E, the second advance single, is a funny, quirky little song about a very pretty girl. Geoffrey is reaching back to his folky roots for this one and the music is simple and catchy, upbeat and fun. And the lyrics may relate to more than just Geoffrey's experience. Anyone with an intelligent and good looking girl on their arm will likely have had the same experiences he sings about in Sweet E.

Turnin' Me is the first single to be released in advance of the new album. It was released on March 20, 2014. It is more in the pop genre and the music is in full flight, with an expressive guitar solo, around the plaintive lyrics.

Geoffrey Code's previous releases include the instrumental album Slideways, which was a collection of songs ranging from Robert Johnson type blues to Pink Floyd inspired marathons to up-beat pop. The whole range is covered here.

Snow Wonder, Geoffrey's second album, was a collection of Christmas songs, some covers and two originals. The title track uses traditional Christmas-type instruments, such as shakers, the organ, tubular bells, the music box, to capture the feeling of Christmas Day.

When the Flowers and the Dust Have Gone was the first vocal track Geoffrey released, featuring the lovely and talented Jennifer Kapp on vocals. It is an ode to the first snowfall of the year.



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