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People All Over the World

by Smith & Hayes

The long awaited 3rd album, 4 years in the making! Featuring original songs with a retro rock vibe inspired by The Beatles, George Martin, and Jeff Lynne.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. People All Over the World
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2. Slow Down
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3. Waiting for the Wheel
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4. Know It All
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5. Didn't Want to Fall
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6. Celebrate My Broken Heart
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7. No War Man
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8. Don't Let Your Heart Break
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9. Holding On to Love
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10. Man in the Moon
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11. Something About Her
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Their long awaited third album, 4 years in the making! Featuring original songs with a retro rock vibe inspired by The Beatles, George Martin, and Jeff Lynne. "Every four years we have the Olympics, the World Cup and U.S. Presidential Elections to look forward to. OK, maybe not that last one. But the latest four-year tradition seems to be a new Smith & Hayes album. Debuting in 2007 with the great 'Changed by a Song' (my #5 disc of that year), and then following up with 'Volume II' in 2011, they're back again as 2014 changes to 2015. Once again, the veteran Oregon pair deliver the Beatlesque/Wilburyesque goods with a collection of tunes that rivals their debut. The opening title track even borrows a bit from the similar Oasis tune 'All Around the World' (but is mercifully about half that song's length) while 'Slow Down' is a real gem with its harmonica and minor-key melody, sounding like a lost George Harrison track. 'Waiting for the Wheel' pulls out the Beatle bells and whistles, and the piano-based 'Didn't Want to Fall' has McCartney written all over it. And the majestic 'Don't Let Your Heart Break' recalls some of Jeff Lynne's classic ballads." - Absolutepowerpop.com It was certainly worth waiting for high quality stuff like this! GREAT!!!

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