Songstowearpantsto | Tomorrow Yesterday

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Tomorrow Yesterday

by Songstowearpantsto

Pop/Rock with a variety of influences from folk to reggae. Songs have a strong lyrical focus with equally strong melodies and messages.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Casey and Finnegan
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2. What If?
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3. Bad Boy
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4. The Road
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5. Tomorrow Yesterday
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6. Van Gogh
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7. I Am Rock N Roll
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8. A Problem To Fix
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9. De'ja Vu
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10. If To Be
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11. Perception
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12. 2000 Years
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13. Let O' Canada Play
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Album Notes
Randy Zahara and Jim Shaw have been writing songs for over 10 Years together. \"Tomorrow Yesterday\" marks their first project with Toronto based artist, is a multi-talented musician and singer who has a natural gift for arranging and engineering music. His voice and musical style have been compared to everyone from Elvis Costello to Green Day to Jason Miraz and Death Cab for Cutie. His vocals are very current and have an edge to them that can really rock with a versatility that allows him to switch from a hard pounding chorus into a soft balladic bridge as simply as flicking a switch. Check out more of his songs and unique style at


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