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Greetings from South Queens

by Various Artists

The best bands in The South Queens area of New York joined together to make one fantastic compilation C.D. to help those that Superstorm Sandy affected.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hey Today
4:23 album only
2. Move On
Frank Persico
3:39 album only
3. A Song Like This
Ace in the Hole
1:40 album only
4. Talk and Crawl
The Von Shakes
4:08 album only
5. Sunshine
4:22 album only
6. Who We Are
John Scarpulla
3:42 album only
7. Let It Go
Joe Cang
3:57 album only
8. I'm Yours Right Now
3:34 album only
9. When Love Was Blind
Frank Persico
3:33 album only
10. Symptoms Walrus
Symptom 7
4:17 album only
11. I'm Down
Exit Verona
3:28 album only
12. Virginia
3:54 album only
13. And Then It Was Cold
John Simonelli
4:27 album only
14. Coastline
Mexican Museums
3:32 album only
15. Big Time
Ron Zabrocki
3:27 album only
16. Off We Go
Desmond Ivor
3:12 album only
17. Prize
The Reign
2:11 album only
18. Confess
Michael Benedetto
3:34 album only
19. I Think She Already Knows
Billy Kennedy
2:45 album only
20. I've Lost Control
4:54 album only
21. Smile
Jon Clarke
3:06 album only


Album Notes
The South Queens area of New York City includes the towns or Howard Beach, Ozone Park, Broad Channel and Rockaway Beach( made famous in the classic Ramones song by the same name). The area is rich in food,culture, opinions and art, and on October 29th 2012 The Superstorm known as Sandy changed the face of these communities forever. The musicians of the area lost their homes, cars, instruments...but not their soul.
Into the Whip Records Jim Maguire and Walker Hornung (Q-South,Soca and The Brotherhood of the Grape) assembled the best and most well-loved bands of the area for a compilation C.D. representing the diverse sound that is South Queens...styles such as Alt-Rock,Punk,Metal,Soca and Folk are on this recording and show the true melting pot that is Queens. Into the Whip Records has been dedicated to bringing born and bred New York artists to the world stage. Originally a vehicle for Walker's now legendary soca duets that featured Machel Montano,Alison Hinds and Bunji Garlin...Into the Whip Records has become a musical garden for up and coming singer/songwriters.
The compilation C.D. produced by Frank Persico at Persico Studio in Ozone Park features original material from all 4 of the towns mentioned above as well as bands from Ireland and The U.K. Take a trip through the sounds of South Queens and know that every dollar spent is going to help a family that is in need.

1) Hey Today by Walker and The Brotherhood of the Grape (Hornung)
2) Move On by Frank Persico (Persico)
3) A Song Like This by Ace in The Hole (Klinger)
4) Talk and Crawl by The Von Shakes (Brazel)
5) Sunshine by Walker and B.M.W.A (Hornung/Gilbert)
6) Who We Are by John Scarpulla (Scarpulla)
7) Let It Go by Joe Cang (Cang)
8) I'm Yours Right Now by Walker and The Brotherhood of the Grape (Hornung)
9) When Love Was Blind by Frank Persico (Persico)
10) Symptom's Walrus by Symptom 7 (Lennon/MCCartney)
11) I'm Down by Exit Verona (Exit Verona/Perri)
12) Virginia by Indaculture (Butler/Kadet)
13) And Then It Was Cold by John Simonelli (Simonelli)
14) Coastline by Mexican Museums (Misfeldt/Ruffino)
15) Big Time by Ron Zabrocki (Zabrocki)
16) Off We Go by Desmond Ivor and Dan Nice (Verdolino)
17) Prize by The Reign (Caravella/Flaxman)
18) Confess by Michael Benedetto (Benedetto)
19) I Think She Already Knows by Billy Kennedy with Maine Damage (Kennedy)
20) I've Lost Control by Unysynn (Victor)
21) Smile by Jon Clarke (Clarke)



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