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by Missing Children

The combination of positive lyrics and styles that cross over with the popular arrangements of the day; danceable beats, and lyrics that focus on the progression of the human spirit.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Answering Machine
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2. Leaves
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2:51 $0.99
3. If
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5:28 $0.99
4. I Feel So Good
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3:29 $0.99
5. Sex Ain't Love
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4:33 $0.99
6. Next Step
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7. Mittens
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8. Getting It Right
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9. Gigolo
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10. Power of the Morning
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11. War
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12. Envision
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13. Take My Hand
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Album Notes
Missing Children was a combined experience of Laurie Miller and Mikey B's songwriting skills. The band played most all of the original venues in Seattle weekly for three years.

Even though the band is no longer together the music still lives, Laurie still plays many of the songs at her current gigs. Their video from the song 'I Feel So Good' was aired on Fox TV a couple of times, they also played Rock Haven 1995, and Rainbow Valley in 1996. The groups diversity in styles allowed for a broad scope of listeners, and the styles blended with an R & B feel gives the tunes a certain timelessness. Missing Children had a blast every gig they played, and improvised and went to the edge numerous times. Their music still lives in the CD they produced locally in Seattle with the help of keyboardist of the Charles White band, Rolf Larson.


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Upbeat, sounds great
Love the positive lyrics, and the creative unique songs.