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In The Pink- The Early Years

by This Song's For You

A diverse collection of styles from various artists with modern rock and pop sensibilities.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Didn't Make It To School
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2. Passionate Lady
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3. Everybody Loves You
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4. Third Of The Month
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5. We Were Meant To Be
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6. Dr. Funk
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7. Cheater
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8. Everytime I Think Of You
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9. Tampa Bay
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10. Loose Ends
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11. Rock And Roll Hero
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12. Please Help Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
PHIL BRONSCHIDLE: guitar
SAM FALZONE: sax, flute, clarinet
RAY FOURNIER: drums, harmonies
TOM MAYERS: vocals, keyboards
ROD NICKSON: bass
GARY STYN: keyboards
JOHN SWANSON: bass, harmonies

When we first started telling people that we were thinking of re-releasing IN THE PINK (our first CD), the word we heard most often was, ”why?” Assuming that they meant, “Why did you wait so long?” we took those encouraging words to heart and decided to make it happen. The result of all our hard work is what you’re holding in your hand right now (again, we’re assuming that that’s what you’re holding in your hand right now).

One night, while working late in our studio, we started thinking back to some of the earlier songs that we had worked on and pulled out a copy of our first ever CD, IN THE PINK. We realized that those songs, recorded on a (now) rather primitive 8 track cassette “porta-studio” still sounded pretty good, and they had never really been made available to the general public. We would have made them available but this was a time before the internet made this sort of independent effort viable. Anyway, we hope you enjoy hearing this truly diverse collection of recordings; we sure enjoyed making them. Thanks for listening … j.s.

-Tom and John
(founders of This Song’s For You)


update: 7/10/08
by Tom

It's agreed on that our soon to be released fourth album will be titled "Share The Blame"....

Most people are eager to share the fame, whereas we're a little more realistic, and figured that if there's anything that is "wrong" with any of the songs, we're perfectly willing to "Share The Blame"


Thank you very much for listening, Tom Mayers (8/28/07 - 6 pm)


1/1/09

The learning curve has been completed for ProTools recording, at least to my limited current ability, and we're very proud of the way it has recorded our new baby "Share The Blame"

As of now, we are temporarily set on "Takin' In Strays" for our next album title, primarily because that's what we do here at This Song's For You. Otherwise, we wouldn't have any performers for our songs. I thought it might be interesting to see what other people suggest as an album title for our next CD currently being worked on. Based primarily on how they would describe the music that they've heard from our free samples of songs on our "No Regrets", "Four Bucket Winter", "In The Pink", and now "Share The Blame" CDs. So, if anyone has any ideas for our next CD title, especially you who have listened to more than one song, please let us know by telling us in our guest book below. Feel free to elaborate, good or bad because we want to know.


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