Richard Cortez | [Rec]ord

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[Rec]ord

by Richard Cortez

[rec]ord is exploding with five brand new never-before-heard Richard Cortez songs! This DIY EP, carefully constructed in Cortez’ home recording studio, is driven by an airtight 13-piece orchestra and a wailing chorus of back-up singers.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. The Poor Man's Love Song
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2. A La Mode
3:04 $0.99
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3. The Next Best Thing
4:00 $0.99
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4. Going Gone
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5. Patsy Cline
4:59 $0.99
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[rec]ord, wollenberg records sixth release since 2005, is exploding with five brand new never-before-heard Richard Cortez songs! This DIY EP, carefully constructed in Cortez’ home recording studio, is driven by an airtight 13-piece orchestra and a wailing chorus of back-up singers. Richard’s quirky signature hammering and finger-picking of his acoustic guitar, memorable mouth-curling lyrics and adoring warm baritone voice lay a strong foundation for the album’s expansive and soaring arrangements written by none other than Cortez himself. From the soulful heartfelt rock anthem “Patsy Cline” to the big-band Beatles-inspired “The Next Best Thing”, this is Richard’s strongest and most eclectic work to date. Listen to Richard Cortez like you’ve never heard him before with [rec]ord, available from digital sources and Wollenberg Records on May 1.

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