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Once Upon a Time

by Saturday's Radio

Folk rock jangle pop contemplating the end of a relationship.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Once Upon a Time
3:37 $0.79
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2. Once Upon a Time (Solo Acoustic)
4:51 $0.79
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3. Once Upon a Time (No Lead Vocals Mix)
3:42 $0.79
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4. Once Upon a Time (Instrumental Mix)
3:42 $0.79
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5. You Never Knew (Almost Acoustic Mix)
3:34 $0.79
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Once Upon a Time" is a jangly folk-rock tune about the end of a relationship after seven years. We don't know why, but it's just not the same as it used to be. It's the second single off the Saturday's Radio album, "Ghosts".

Influenced by Saturday's Radio favorites R.E.M., Tom Petty, the Byrds, and Bob Dylan, "Once Upon a Time" is an uptempo but downcast song anchored by a strumming acoustic guitar, bass, and drums, and filled out by electric guitars, piano, organ, and other assorted ear candy..

All instruments & sounds were played, programmed, sung, and recorded by Rob Christensen at The Cottage in the Woods in Margo, Virginia, except the lead vocal, which was recorded by Travis Atkinson at Strangebird Recording in Nashville, Tennessee.

Included on this maxi-single are three more versions of "Once Upon a Time" - a downbeat solo acoustic version, an instrumental & backing vocals version, and a totally instrumental version. Also included is an "almost acoustic" version of another "Ghosts" track, "You Never Knew".

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