Joe Bagale | Yesterday Once Again

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Yesterday Once Again

by Joe Bagale

A soulful expression of sound bridging multiple styles and sentiments, creating something fresh but tangibly rooted in nostalgia.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Love's Take-Off
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3:01 $1.29
2. Yesterday Once Again
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4:18 $1.29
3. Lady J
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5:12 $1.29
4. Stop Waiting
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4:23 $1.29
5. You
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6. Long Way to Go
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7. Interlude
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8. Short&suite
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Album Notes
Joe Bagale manifests a lesson in versatility and growing perspective. A polished multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer bridging multiple styles and sentiments, his contribution to Pop music hinges on his remarkable accessibility.
Joe's latest album, Yesterday Once Again is optimistically the ideal Pop record for the current state of affairs. Rooted in nostalgia, as the title suggests, it also offers substantial popular value to a contrived market saturated with formula. The messages are accessible, the hooks are catchy, and it straddles the crossover line quite deftly. His voice throughout the album, covered in dust, pleading over bright melodies with just the right amount of groove will surely appeal to wide audience. However, it is his unexpected innocence that fuels the compositions with a genuine sentiment that inspires for the future while appropriately, carefully drawing from the past.


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