Remy Gautreau | A Few More Love Songs

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A Few More Love Songs

by Remy Gautreau

The sophomore album from Remy Gautreau is melodic, singable pop music, with a hip-hop and R&B influence. It's genuine, catchy, and still has the traditional past meets the present feel. From track to track, this album will keep you guessing.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Whatever You Want
4:13 album only
2. Frustrating
3:59 album only
3. Live for the Chase (feat. Aire Atlantica)
3:48 album only
4. Changes
4:29 album only
5. It's Possible
4:39 album only
6. Don't Let Me Sleep Alone
4:05 album only
7. I'm Still
4:48 album only
8. Now That You're Gone
3:08 album only
9. Your Side
4:37 album only
10. I Think I Miss You Baby
3:26 album only
11. Hold You Down
3:36 album only
12. Don't Call Me
4:13 album only
13. Never
4:02 album only


Album Notes
Remy Gautreau comes from a family with a deep-rooted connection to music. A little over 8 years ago Remy picked up the guitar and began his own journey, eventually developing his skills as a guitars, vocalist and songwriter. At age 18 he released his first self-produced, full-length album “1,001 Love Songs”, and has continued to perform throughout Westchester and upstate New York.

His musical influences are extremely vast, ranging from old-school artists like Sam Cooke, the Beatles, to modern day acts like John Mayer, Justin Bieber, Parachute, Kanye West, and Zac Brown Band. These different influences have come to shape Remy’s music into something entirely it’s own genre. There’s no denying the strong pop connection, however any fan of Remy’s music can tell you there’s much more layered in every tune.

This album features collaborations with Dj Aire Atlantica, as well as his father and long time musician Ricardo Gautreau.



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Remy's cool sounds
This is music that carries on the great vocal traditions and the craftsmanship of the great Pop songs. Remy's influences range from old-school Sam Cooke to Bruno Mars. It's all in there in the grooves: the soul, the melodic tunes with great hooks, the beat, and the inventive vocal delivery that pulls it all together.