Lyn Price | NYC Garage And Blue Lemonade

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NYC Garage And Blue Lemonade

by Lyn Price

The time period is the innocence of early 1960's and the lyrics simple and to the point. Raw emotion regarding want, need, loss and recovery are expressed in harmony and fade outs. Self expression wasn't illegal; today "get over it" has wiped us out.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Magic Town
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2. One Day
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3. Rooftop Mary
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3:32 $0.99
4. Come And Give Your Love To Me
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2:06 $0.99
5. Garage Rock Radio Theme Song
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6. He Took My Oldsmobile
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
NOTE: THE TRACK "SOME DAY" WAS ACTUALLY CALLED "ONE DAY". THIS PERFORMER APOLOGIZES FOR ANY MISUNDERSTANDING. IT IS STILL A TOP OF THE SHELVE GARAGE SONG AND THE ARTISTS, THE RESUMES, AND THE WRITER, A. KILLICK ARE OF THE BEST OF THEM.

Harmonies, melodies, ballads and fade-outs are what I like to work with. This music expresses a woman's passion in linking the moon and stars with giving herself to her lover. In another track, a woman whose prized possession is her automobile has it "borrowed" by an irresponsible lover. Or can we be cynical and say her lover stole the car and has no intention of bringing it back much less seeing her again? In another song, a girl watches sadly as her boyfriend goes through "finding himself" by leaving town and planning on a dangerous "whatever happens, happens" trek through an area unknown, leaving her scared that she will never see him again or find out what happened to him. This CD is about people whose blearly lives were transformed by the pounding harmony of sound and the inspiration of what that time had to offer: Turning the bleary city into one of sparkling blue lights, oceans, blue skies at sunset - takeing the drab sweeten to taste glass of lemonade and making it sparkle with the color blue.


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Bill

Attack from planet New York!
Lyn Price has done what many can't; manage to encapsulate the essence of a place and distill it in to musical form. From the time the track "One Day" begins, the swirling mass of vocal presence and gritty music dance a strange and often well painted portrait of an artist that only the greatest city on Earth can produce.

With musical range that spans the B52s to Yoko Ono all the way to the Stooges, this record has a feel that alternates between something familiar and comforting to something alien and exciting. There are few artists that are interested in producing music that not only speaks to their desire for musical innovation but also the sensibilities that make us enjoy the art form in the first place. Lyn Price is taking her music to the people and if you are on planet Earth (or any of our near neighbors) you owe it to yourself to check this out!

Trich Boland

Buy this album!! It's fantastic!! Great music and fun to listen to!
Hi everybody!
Lyn Price is a terrific Artist and has a soulful and fun voice! I loved all the songs but I especially loved 'Come And Give Your Love To Me'. It is a very upbeat and fun song and filled with witty romance. Another one I really loved is 'He Took My Oldsmobile'. Very amusing and fun to dance to, you will love it and all the other songs as much as I have! Buy it now before Lyn Price sells out!! Go Lyn Price!!!!!!!!!!!!

Garage Bill

Great 60s inspired artist!
I love these 60s sounding Garage Rock songs! Garage Rock Radio Theme Song is a great example of Garage Rock - raw 1960s punk pop featuring fuzzy guitars, pounding drums, pulsating organs, pumping basslines and snearing vocals with background harmonies. Magic Town, which I helped remix, was originally done by The Vogues in the 60s. Lyndsey's cover is an upbeat rocking version of this cool tune! The chorus reminds me of Nirvana's huge hit "Smells Like Teen Spirit" - especially since the drum riff is very similar. The other 3 Garage cover tracks are excellent too! Buy this CD or download!