Raphael A. Nazario & James V. Pagano | The Titanics 1 (Hold the Ice)

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The Titanics 1 (Hold the Ice)

by Raphael A. Nazario & James V. Pagano

Great songwriting with elements of pop, rock, R&B and jazz are this songwriting duo—Jim Pagano, guitar; Raf Nazario, piano—signature style in their EP debut. (Recorded, 1992. Unreleased until now.)
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. I'll Find a Way
Raphael A. Nazario & James V. Pagano
2:43 $1.29
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2. Same Situation
Raphael A. Nazario & James V. Pagano
4:10 $1.29
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3. Norma
Raphael A. Nazario & James V. Pagano
3:45 $1.29
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4. This Can't Be Love
Raphael A. Nazario & James V. Pagano
2:12 $1.29
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5. I Got a Feeling
Raphael A. Nazario & James V. Pagano
4:05 $1.29
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This EP, though only five songs in length, runs the musical gamut from keyboard-driven ballad to guitar-centric pop-rock, with inflections of jazz and R&B in between. The song-writing is smart and remains relevant to this day. The musicianship is first rate. When the last song ends it leaves you humming and perhaps wishing there were more.

The Titanics add:
" This Can't Be Love" sounds like 'The Rembrandts' a little. We think the music is unique and the individual listener can draw whatever connections that come to mind. We have been influenced by Ray Charles, Charles Mingus, Charley Daniels, Jack Daniels, The Eagles, Cream, Jimmy Webb and Doc Watson. Plus we love Keith Jarrett, Mose Allison, and Luciano Pavarotti. We're not necessarily crazy about the Monkees, Nsync, Justin Beiber, or Mott the Hoople, but Moby Grape was possibly one of the most under-rated bands ever.

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