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Richard Scotti Thank you for adding URBAN SYMPHONY and for coming up with such a cool and creative concept for a station!
LyinDan Thanks, Ruthie!
bryon on behalf of jaime and myself, thx for adding up run run running...cool thing ya have here Ruthy
Chandramoon Thanks for adding Fiery Hoop! Nice idea for a station.
steve april away for a few days, thanks so much for the add, au revoir for now...
Duane Thanks for adding Should I Change! Peace, D.
Chandramoon Sorry didn't leave the link last time - thanks again for adding me to this great station.
Nadia Cripps Thank you so much for including our song "A Soldier's Call" Ruthy. Love your station :)
Wendy Waller Thanks Ruthie!
Stoneman Thanks so much for having me on your station!
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Nadia Cripps
"A Soldier's Call"
Becky posted "Soldier's Call" on lyrics' forum on Songramp and I loved her moving lyric. I was so happy when Becky agreed for me to compose music to it. Here is our song. Both Becky and me are very grateful to Gemma for her beautiful singing and Billy for his amazing orchestral score, demo and playing all the orchestral instruments! added to station 8/30/2010 11:13:24 PM
Theatre 7317
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Pinedog
She Who Remembers
"She Who Remembers" is a song i wrote as a tribute to Mary Jemison, the "White Woman of the Genesee". Mary was only a little girl when a Seneca Indian raiding party attacked her family home far out in the western wilderness...which was Pennsylvania in 1756. Her family was killed and she was taken captive to a Seneca outpost in Ohio. Years went by and she integrated into the tribe, marrying a Deleware Indian and , with her 6 month old papoose strapped to her back, walked to Genesee country here in western New York State. Mary lived to age 92 and remained with the Senecas her whoile life. She saw it all...the French at war with the British, the land hungry colonists, the American Revolution, and the conquest of her tribe and their subsequent relocation to reservations. She spent her whole life trying to help all sides to make peace. Mary was "She Who Remembers" added to station 8/30/2010 11:14:36 PM
Native American fusion 7317
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Wendy Waller
Little Angel
This song “Little Angel” was written for a friend who was a victim of sexual abuse as a child. I am donating all proceeds from the song to “The Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT).” added to station 8/30/2010 11:15:14 PM
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana 7317
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Aimee Terrin
In Another Lifetime
Sometimes when I meet people, they assume that since I was signed to Aftermath with Dre, Eminem, Game and 50cent - that I'm some gangster rapper...so I thought I'd lay down a rap record - but with an Aimee Terrin twist...This is one of my favorite records...and sometimes people think I'm trying to rap...my twist was singing a record with a rap cadence...any rappers want to lay a verse? xoxo A.T added to station 8/18/2010 6:20:53 AM
R&B/Soul 7317
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Transcendence
Bored
This oft-quoted zeppelinesque guitar anthem features a grooving dance beat behind an onslaught of richly over-layered guitars ala Queen or Wings with swirling Radiohead electronic sounds. Singer Ed Hale bemoans angst and apathy in his characteristic sexy growl while the band rages behind him to create the centerpiece of the band's third release, Nothing is Cohesive. added to station 8/22/2010 8:40:15 AM
Alternative Retro and Psychedelic 7317
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Stoneman
Trance Walk'n
A true story song about an 8 year old child that has post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from being brutally physically and mentally abused. When he runs away the shock of his ordeal causes him to walk the streets of Los Angeles in a trance like state. Each time he comes out of the trance he finds himself in a strange neighborhood many miles away from his own. Over half a century ago I was the child. added to station 8/17/2010 10:15:27 PM
Blues 7317
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Tom O'Brien
Lazarus
My song Lazarus is a rather personal story about my partner of five years and her coming into a better period after a lifelong struggle with bipolar disorder. She's not fully where she wants to be yet, but it is a song about the hope that comes with therapy and medication and, hopefully, a loving boyfriend. It is a simple song with just one voice and one guitar, but I think its haunting melody and poetry carry it well. I didn't want any crazy arrangement ideas to get in the way of the message. added to station 8/17/2010 10:11:22 PM
Acoustic Singer/Songwriter 7317
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Bob Nesom
Land of Liberty
In the "Land of Liberty" we are no longer a republic, but a people of an empire who have lost their way. "You may not want to know, you're on your own greed has outgrown bleeding hearts in the land of liberty." added to station 8/18/2010 9:53:39 PM
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana 7317
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Chandra Moon
Fiery Hoop
I wrote this song about the terror of going on stage to sing a song in public for the first time and developed the theme. I didn't write my first song till I was 50 years old and it was very daunting as everyone else in the songwriting group I was in was very young . They were all so encouraging though and despite my awful first efforts I persevered and eventually recorded a whole album and am now on a second one! I still get stage fright but not to the extent of before but I do enjoy recording and writing the best. Like the song says though, we need to take a "leap of faith through the fiery hoop" and live up to our potential to do things and live the dream and then anything's possible. added to station 8/17/2010 10:10:23 PM
Alternative Modern Rock 7317
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LyinDan
Ocean of Love
I wrote this song for my wife many years ago (...she doesn't actually know that...heheh...) Except for maybe a Celtic song or two, I don't think I've ever heard anyone else use "wan" in their lyric...not in the last hundred years or so, anyhow. added to station 8/17/2010 5:10:33 AM
Easy Listening/Soft Rock 7317
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Steve April
The Cat, The Moon, The Songbird
About taking a walk, and enjoying simple things, I guess. Good for cardio, they say. We all enjoy a drink at the fountain, including our furry and feathery friends... added to station 8/17/2010 5:58:34 AM
World 7317
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Hop On Pop
Come On, Let's Go
This one was conceived as a courtship in 3 parts. I think that the melody and the chord changes are some of the prettiest that I’ve ever come up with. I know that this is also a particular favorite of Dave (the HoP drummer and piano player). I ended it on a 7 chord because, well, we never really ever do "get there", do we? But it's the journey and the person with whom we share that journey. added to station 8/17/2010 10:08:52 PM
Pop ballad 7317
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Susan Raven
Hello
This song is a reminder, a call from the still, small voice within each of us, inviting us to welcome in our spirit, our soul, our sacred nature. In the face of our material world we truly need reconnection to our sacred selves and to our sacred spaceship, the planet Earth. added to station 8/17/2010 10:00:06 PM
Cosmic World Fusion 7317
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