Andy Lindquist | These Kind of Days

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These Kind of Days

by Andy Lindquist

This is a straight up Powerpop record, with '70's jazz influences. Big, rich harmonies and melodies. Andy Lindquist never follows trends. Its an outside of the box, daring pop experience.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. These Kind of Days
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2. Think I'm Gonna Need Some Time
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3:27 $0.99
3. You Can Change Your Name
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2:40 $0.99
4. That Face Stays With Me
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3:36 $0.99
5. Mr. Blister
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6. Sitting On a Cloud
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7. Every Now and Then
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8. I Reckon Sometimes
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9. I Love and I Try
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10. I'm Taking What I Want
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11. Its All Just Instinctual
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12. If There Was a Way
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13. Piano Lupo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From the Pink Floyd like pangings of the title track "These Kind of days" to straight up instrumental musings of "Piano Lupo. The crooner feel of "Sitting On A Cloud" speaks to another time and place. As usual Lindquist is careful to balance lyrical integrity with rhythmic, percussive melodies. The heart wrenching subject matter of "You Can Change Your Name", complex in its simplicity. This is a record that deserves a listen, from top to bottom and then....top to bottom yet again!


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