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3 in 1.2

by Paul Guzzone

The 2nd EP in his “3-in-1” series brings 3 tracks perfect for high-decible summer listening: an acoustic-guitar electronic dance jam; a hard rocking stadium sing-along; and a quirky alt-rock tune that will make you wave your geek flag high. Crank 'em up!
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wild Idea
3:47 $1.29
2. Doin' What I Can (With What I Got)
3:11 $1.29
3. Singing Karaoke in the Motherland
3:35 $1.29
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Album Notes
Announcing "3 in 1.2," the second EP in the “3-in-1” series that’s bringing you new Paul Guzzone music all year long. The songwriter, producer and Bacon Brothers bassist has followed up his 2013 release "Chasing the Moon" with this digital roll-out of recordings being released in four quarterly editions throughout 2015.

"3 in 1.2" features a trio of singles all perfect for high-decible summer listening:
• “Wild Idea” – an acoustic guitar electronic dance jam with an infectious groove.
• “Doing What I Can (With What I Got)” – a fun, hard rocking stadium sing-along for any working man or woman
with a big dream.
• “Singing Karoake In The Motherland” – a quirky alt-rock track that would make any They Might Be Giants fan
wave their geek flag high!

So, crank up the car stereo – but keep your eyes on the road and listen responsibly!

If you don’t yet have “3-in 1.1,” this is the perfect time to add all six songs to your music collection. Keep them together as a set or listen on shuffle. They’re all great either way.

Pete Feenstra in “Get Ready to Rock” (UK) wrote this about Paul’s 2013 release "Chasing the Moon":
“New York based Paul Guzzone describes himself as ‘an electronic troubadour.’ He’s big on sonic textures, wry narratives, catchy hooks and songs that draw you in. ‘Chasing the Moon’ is an unlikely but successful meeting of a singer-songwriter with one foot in roots rock and the other in electronic production.
At heart he’s a romatic confessional songwriter with an eye for commercial pop, refracted through contemporary production values on intricately crafted, subtly layered and beautifully sung material. Everything is delicately balanced and shaped to its full potential without losing its essence ….”

And Bill Harriman in “Sound Waves” wrote:
“[Chasing the Moon] can best be described as dream-pop ... there’s a sense of timeless wonder ... a Leonard Cohen vibe ...”

“Stereo Review” had this to say about "Dancin' Room," Paul's debut solo (on vinyl!):
“Paul Guzzone's ‘Dancin' Room' is rousing, unpretentious bar-band boogie. The title cut is the hottest: a full-throttle, eight-to-the-bar stomper with Guzzone's double-time vocal riding over a galloping sax chart punctuated by a nose-diving baritone and a slapping high hat. And 'All I Ever Wanted to Do' will stir up a few memories in every garage-band veteran ('I knew there was only one way/The day the Beatles played Shea/That was all I ever wanted to do'). The rest of the EP holds its own as the kind of good-time, unselfconscious rock-n-roll that works best in a smoky club with a few brewskies under your belt."

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