Walt Perko | Little Bitty Tunes

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Little Bitty Tunes

by Walt Perko

Instrumental, Dance, Techno Dance, Electronic, Classical, styles never heard before . video background music .
Genre: New Age: Techno-Tribal
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1. Another Secret Rendezvous
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2. A Tune for Maggie
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3. Pining for Cheryl Crowe
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4. Chinese Chow Mein
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5. Circus Tune #1
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6. Requeim for Veterans
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7. Daa Daa
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8. Dream Rock Dance Theme
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9. Grant & Hepburn
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10. The Harmony of Love
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11. Itchin\'n Scratchin\' & Dancin\' Under the Moon
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12. Kalimba
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13. Layin\' Back in the Sun
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14. Lovers Tangle
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15. March of the Army Ants
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16. Mr Shallow Goes to Hawai\'i
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17. Mysteries of Two Conflicting Ideas in Legal Battle
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18. Point Rolls
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19. R/C Flyer
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20. Requiem for Gregory Hines
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21. Santas Music Box
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22. Secret Rendezvous
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23. Silly Little Honky Tonk
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24. Spider Bot Tune #1
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25. Stomp4
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26. Struggle to Remember An Old Movie
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27. The Lost Sioux
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28. Thoughts
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29. Traveling #4
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30. Tuolumne Evening
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31. Hawaiian Sunshine
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32. Weetees
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33. Wheni Was Young
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34. Whisky Goes Down
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35. I Work Too Damn Hard
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36. Zoya
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37. Zyra & Bellus
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Walt Perko Born 1950 in a hospital a few miles up river from Pig's Eye Landing in Minnesota.

Attended Motley Grammer School, Marcy Elementary School, John Marshall High School and the University of Minnesota before joining the United States Navy in 1968 as an Avionics Fire Control Technician.

Walt completed his U.S. Navy tour of duty after four years active (CLASSIFIED) duty including exposure to California, Tennesee, Korea and Viet Nam.

Upon returning to Minnesota after his Naval tour Walt then continued his education in computer sciences and aeronautics at the University of Minnesota receiving an Associates Degree in Computer Science and a Commercial/Instrument Pilots License.

After completing his initial educations Walt began his working career with MedGeneral then Control Data Corporation.

Walt contracted for freight and aerial photography then moved to California to work for Singer/Link Corp. at the NASA AMES Research Center. After completing a 1-year contract Walt moved to a compnay named MultiMetrics

Next came more flight training for Boeing 747 at WAG (World Aviation Group) at the "Flying Tigers" Training Center LA International Airport 1986. Although Walt had completed his Boeing 727 basic ground school training and completed the FAA.testing his flying career not going well ... and so moved back to computer and network support his other expertise ... Working as a Federal Contractor to: MSCPAC, USNPUC, DOJ, and moving back to the civilian workplace at Wells Fargo Bank.

After being fed-up with all the lying 'n cheating 'n backstabbing in the workplace all the time Walt decided to take a long vacation from the corporate world and moved to rural Hawai'i where he pursued his creative arts while living on his 2-acre compound of gardens to raises chickens and geese for eggs and his long-time pet Cockatiels (some as much as 20-years old). Walt then moved to San Diego and then onto Tucson to look for a new home ... finally settling down back in the Bay Area to develop "OPEC of the West" and continue his hobby of writing tunes for background music for his own demo videos and the CDs he sells.

In the late 1970's Walt was an active member of the International Aerobatics Club Chapter #78 "the Minnesota Cloud Dancers" including judging and chairing regional IAC sanctioned Aerobatic contests.

In 1990 Walt began writing "This is America" completing the song and lyrics in 1991. Walt's music comes from Ukulele, Guitar and typing in notes on his computer.

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