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Cd #1

by Whatever

"New music for old souls." Psychologist singer/songwriter Steven Prasinos fronts the band and writes unique songs that are quirky, philisophical and fun. The band provides funky grooves and exceptional lead guitar. Foot tapping, delightful music.
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. International Man
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2. Problems
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3. Everything Says Nothing
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4:30 $0.99
4. Hello Old Friend
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5. My Third Eye
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6. The Duck in the Truck and the Cow in the Now
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7. I Am Here
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8. My Baby Ain't Much for Conversatin'
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9. If I Were an Angel
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10. Hot Fudge Sunday
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11. Whatever
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Singer/songwriter psychologist Steven had been writing songs for years and performing mostly solo. He gets to know guitarist Mike Gieralt at their daughter's soccer games. Mike listens to Steven's songs and likes them. They jam and click. They perform at open mics. "We should form a band!" Steven knows EZ Zampieron, a percussionist, who joins. "If only we had a bass!" Mike's brother Gary plays bass! Boom. A band. We practice in Mike's basement. We get along. We jam and arrange. We play open mics. The songs work. We play a bagel shop. Audience digs it. We get confidence. The band has legs. We make a demo CD. We play an Inn. Audience raves! We're offered a gig, sponsorship even. We slowly put together a CD. You read this! Then....


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