Scott Goldstone | N.Y.C., Bodily

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N.Y.C., Bodily

by Scott Goldstone

60s/70s influenced soulful, conceptual pop
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. Prelude
4:14 album only
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2. The Gymnopedist Sings
2:31 album only
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3. Was That You?
3:23 album only
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4. (All My Girls Are) Black Cats
2:28 album only
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5. Take Care
2:32 album only
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6. 100 Days of Freedom
1:11 album only
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7. Time
0:53 album only
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8. Don't Leave Me Now
3:00 album only
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9. N.y.c., Bodily
2:48 album only
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10. Be Nice to Me
3:44 album only
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11. I Don't Like You Like That
3:17 album only
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12. Sell It to Me
2:37 album only
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13. English Girl
3:58 album only
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14. Would You
2:49 album only
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15. Coda (Love More Than Anything)
1:12 album only

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Album Notes
N.Y.C., Bodily is a concept album along the lines of Sgt. Pepper or Pet Sounds. A body of fifteen intimately linked songs that paint an impressionistic picture of time spent in the Big Apple which is regarded as a kind of anthropomorphic living and breathing body made up by those who inhabit it.

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