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Past to Present - the 70s

by Jay Graydon

Classic R&B/POP in super sounds of the 70s - an album as close to AIRPLAY as it will ever get.
Genre: Pop: 70's Pop
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1. If There’s A Way
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2. What Good Is Love
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3. You Can Count On Me
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4. You’re My Day
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5. Should We Carry On
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6. Secret Love
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7. She Waits For Me
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8. Throw A Little Bit Of Love Way
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9. I Fall In Love Every Day
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10. Love Flows
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11. Love Flows - melody guide version
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12. Ted’s Theme #2 - without Ted’s rap
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13. Ted’s Theme #2 - with Ted’s rap
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14. Ted’s Theme #1
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15. Ted’s Theme #1 - with Ted’s rap
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16. Ted’s Theme #1 - only the tail of Ted’s rap
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17. Sony Jingle
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18. If There’s A Way - instrumental track
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19. What Good Is Love - instrumental track
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20. It’s Right To Be In Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Past to Present - the 70s" is the 8th album on Jay Graydon's own record label Sonic Thrust Records. From the Garden Rake Studios tape vault... super sounds of the 70s... an album as close to AIRPLAY as it will ever get... featuring Jay Graydon on vocals, guitars, bass and some synth stuff; great singers such as Bill Champlin, Marc Jordan, Tata Vega, Lisa DalBello, Ed Whiting and more.

On all tracks other musicians include such top names as David Foster, Jeff Porcaro, Mike Baird, David Hungate, Mike Porcaro, Greg Mathieson, to name a few. The album has 20 tracks and this stuff has never been released before. Apart from the main songs, there are a few bonus tracks - fun stuff like TV themes, a jingle, and also 2 instrumental tracks.

Jay says about his new album...
"If you are interested in hearing great singers, musicians, and songwriters that had surfaced as "top notch" in the 70s during the beginning of their professional careers, you will enjoy the CD."

Read Jay's extensive liner notes, i.e. the full story on the recording sessions at
www.jaygraydon.com/pasttopresent.htm

JAY GRAYDON is a twice Grammy awarded (Best R&B songs) and 12 times Grammy nominated (among the top 5 finalists), Los Angeles top songwriter, recording artist, guitarist, producer, arranger, engineer, and more. More info at www.jaygraydon.com


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Steve G.

What I've always wanted to hear
Ok, I'm a musician. A keyboard player, a music major. I've worshipped David Foster since I was 10 years old and he's a major reason I still play the piano. I've always, always wondered what it'd be like to sneak into his studio and rummage through some of his unfinished tracks and various other working versions of tunes. Well this is as close as I'll ever get. It's a huge treat to hear Jay and David's dusty old stuff. My favorite is the rough cut of Love Flows with the melody guide, hearing them both toss out ideas and sing really poorly. It's as if we get to see behind the curtain. It takes a hero or two of mine, and let's you see they are normal, human musicians, and not just freakishly talented, uber-musicians. Awesome stuff, thanks Jay.

Tony Ramirez

DUDE THIS IS AWESOME
OK so it' not new music from Jay but it's new music for us fans. All the cats are here, Foster, Graydon, Champlin, Jeff Porcaro etc. I would say these are like slick produced demos which in Jay's case is like perfection. Worth the $$$. Pick it up. And thanks to Jay for putting this music out.

Daisuke Tanaka

Excellent ! ! ! !
It is possible to listen to a very interesting sound source. It was large satisfactory !
The seventh tune's base is liking !

Daisuke Tanaka

Excellent ! ! ! !
It is possible to listen to a very interesting sound source. It is
large satisfactory !
The seventh tune's bass is a favor !

Torodd Bjørkestrand

A must for all Graydon fans!
I ordered this CD the minute I read about it. And it's just as good as expected! It's very cool to hear the demo's for the Airplay album, and some of the other songs are also very good. Buy this CD!

Jake

Wow!
Worth every nickel. "Love Flows" is the best song no one's ever heard...except for those who bought this CD!

Ria Curley

Great stuff, Jay. Ria (riacurleymusic.com)
Jay, thanks for the great record. I love that sound and, as a fellow songwriter, am inspired by it. Thanks. Ria

Hiroaki


Great! This album is so great! I'm listening to the great sound like 70's westcoast aor everyday.I wanna listen to the other Jay's sound from 70 to 80 or to 90.This album is my most favorite one. From Japan! Thanks

Hiroaki


Great! This album is so great! I'm listening to the great sound like 70's westcoast aor everyday.I wanna listen to the other Jay's sound from 70 to 80 or to 90.This album is my most favorite one. From Japan! Thanks

Lars Wærness

Simply the best songwriter and guitarplayer ever.....
This album contents some of the greatest songs ever written. I specialy am a big fan of the arrangements and the beautiful instrumentations. Very nice that some of the songs are without vocals so that you really can enjoy the music. I just miss "The Rakes" out of this world guitar solos.
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