Speed Dial | Kecam

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Kecam

by Speed Dial

Lead by Czech-born/NYC-based singer/songwriter Peter Sabla, Kecam moves from plaintive pop to driving psychedelic rock and gentle ballads.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Better Days
2:06 album only
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2. Fortunate
2:54 album only
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3. One More Try
1:29 album only
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4. Sister Love
3:17 album only
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5. If I Could Make My Own Rules
3:33 album only
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6. Some Mornings
3:05 album only
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7. Look Around
3:00 album only
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8. Anyway
3:26 album only
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9. Hurricane Viv
2:52 album only
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10. You're Never Wrong
2:48 album only
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11. Kecam
3:02 album only
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12. Lemon
3:36 album only
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13. I Will Change
4:14 album only
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14. Wait
2:05 album only
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15. Lonely
4:33 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Kecam" (pronounced "ketzum") in Czech basically means chatting, kibitzing, shooting the sh*t.? It's a singularly appropriate title for the debut album from Speed Dial, since the album's 15 songs offer differing sounds, ideas, and opinions, kinda like an animated conversation.

Lead by Czech-born/NYC-based singer/songwriter Peter Sabla, Kecam moves from plaintive pop to driving psychedelic rock and gentle ballads.

The diverse songs flow together seamlessly, with violin, keyboards, and an occasional string quartet seasoning the bittersweet and memorable melodies, while Sabla gives voice to a wide range of everyday emotions with

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