Steve Cochrane | La La La: Variations On a Happy Song

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La La La: Variations On a Happy Song

by Steve Cochrane

Epic suite of nine thematically related parts running continuously. The title is a good starting point for a description, but it's not all happy-happy, joy-joy. You'll experience contrasts of light and dark, quiet and bombast, sadness and elation.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Alarm Clock Overture
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7:50 album only
2. Makes Me Want to Sing
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3:59 album only
3. Red Sky
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2:17 album only
4. Towards Ideal
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7:31 album only
5. A Song
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3:08 album only
6. Just Clouds
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10:53 album only
7. Beauty & Defiance
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7:49 album only
8. Birthright
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6:36 album only
9. The Day I Found My Wings
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6:51 album only
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
Steve Cochrane - guitars, bass, keyboards, vocals, percussion
Kevin Richard - drums, percussion (trks. 1, 2, 3, 8 & 9)
Richard Rizzo - drums (trks. 4, 6 & 7)
Armand Faguy - percussion, vocals
Murray James-Bosch - vocals
Aimee Matuszczak - vocals
Leslea Keurvorst - vocals

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Steve Cochrane’s
home studio in Hamilton, Ontario and completed in 2012.
Drums recorded at Armand Faguy’s studio.
Various keyboard parts recorded at Rob Adlers’ studio.
Production input and all round encouragement from
Rob Adlers, Ken Baird and Dave Carswell


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