Tom Rasely | Tom's Street

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Tom's Street

by Tom Rasely

23 original, instrumental compositions featuring a lot of guitars and other stuff.
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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1. Tom Street
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2. Afternoon Stroll
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3. Beyond the Rim
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4. Bompachick
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5. Gone but Never Really Gone
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6. June
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7. Looking Skyward
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8. Lucky Sevens
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9. Mystery Night
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10. Nightly Noises
3:00 $0.99
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11. Ok Corral
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12. Only One Day Away
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13. Picture Purrfect
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14. Pillow
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15. Printers Devil
2:35 $0.99
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16. Rocks That Roll
2:17 $0.99
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17. Serendipity Christmas
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18. Shake a Leg
1:59 $0.99
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19. Tangowango
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20. Threeplay
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21. Time on My Mind
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22. Tires
2:43 $0.99
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23. Whaddya Know
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Writing instrumental music can be a challenge, mainly because it’s usually not about anything in particular. This genre is generally referred to as “Absolute” music.

Personally, I like to be writing with a theme in mind, often called Program Music. To that end, I try to pay attention to everyday sounds; sounds that you hear but don’t really pay much attention to. In this collection, I used the cicadas in my backyard as rhythm bed for “Nightly Noises”; a car crossing railroad tracks for “Tires”; my cat purring, which not only creates a soothing sound but also keeps a nice steady beat, for “Picture Purrfect.” And then one day I finally heard my computer printer grinding away in very unique rhythm, and that became the basis for “Printers Devil.”

When musicians say “I can’t think of anything to write,” I usually reply, “You just have learn to listen differently.”

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