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Back to Delton

by Tim Morrow

A stirring collection of new tunes in the tradition of sixties rock, pop and plastic soul.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Back to Delton
1:45 album only
2. Car Radio
3:37 album only
3. Yesteryear
4:33 album only
4. One Way Out
3:28 album only
5. Running
4:36 album only
6. Spend the Day With My Shadow
3:00 album only
7. Love and Hope
4:04 album only
8. Writing Lullabies
1:24 album only
9. You Better
2:32 album only
10. She Knows Where She's Going
2:56 album only
11. Get There
3:11 album only
12. Slow Things Down
3:04 album only
13. Do We Need a Miracle
2:47 album only
14. Don't Leave Me Here
3:05 album only
15. Almost Christmas
3:49 album only
16. Over Now
3:22 album only
17. Give It
3:34 album only
18. She's Not Gonna Like It
3:43 album only
19. Not Much Money
3:25 album only
20. All I Know
3:52 album only
21. In the Clouds
3:18 album only
22. Ball and Chain
3:55 album only


Album Notes
I was raised in Southwestern Michigan out in the country just outside a small town called Delton about 20 miles from the big cities of Kalamazoo and Battle Creek. First memories of music was listening to my dads records of Fats Domino and Ray Charles and then when i was 11 along came Meet The Beatles and the exciting sounds of John,Paul,George and Ringo and like a million kids worldwide i was hooked on the sounds they created as well as the rest of the British invasion sounds like the Stones,Who,Kinks,DC5,Gerry and the Pacemakers and whoever else made a record. At the the same time i loved the early Motown with the Four Tops,Temptations,Supremes,Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye. It all made for a great time to grow up with life seemingly simpler back then but I can't say if it really was because you just lived your life and those days went by in a blur.

Started playing guitar a bit late by most standards when i was about 17 and for some unexplained reason started making up my own melodies and trying to fit them over my simple chord progressions which i still do by the way.

Made my way out to California in 1974 and played in a few bands and clubs in the L.A. area.and here 34 years later I have my debut solo CD finally finished and ready for your listening pleasure.

Back to Delton is a collection of songs I've written over the last few years and i hope whoever gets a chance to hear these songs enjoys the trip I've created. It was a lot of fun making this cd with help from my friends Mike Milchner, Jerry Juden and Mark Healy. Please enjoy.



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matthew campbell

the is a great album...every song is a hit!