The C.R. Ecker Band | A Lotta' Love

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A Lotta' Love

by The C.R. Ecker Band

Bright uptempo tune, done in a most Traditional Country style by Buck Young and Roxanne Rialito of The C.R. Ecker Band. Whole lotta' love fillin' the room when this song is playin'!
Genre: Country: Bakersfield Sound
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This is a song for Valentine's Days, Wedding Days, background music for watching submarine races along the river shoreline under a full moon -- you name it. "A Lotta' Love' is a lotta' fun with a simple, catchy melody and lyrics that weave seemlessly into explaining why two people love each other - a lot! Just the kind of happy music for two lovers to listen to while cruising down the highway for a special date of dinner and dancing on a Saturday night.

"A Lotta' Love" represents the final country song composed by C.R. Ecker and recorded in the original Eagle Rock, CA. studio of The C.R. Ecker Band prior to its move to production facilities in Nashville in the Winter of 2012.

And it represented the one and only collaboration behind the microphone of two mighty fine singers, Buck Young, who sang all but one of the songs on the group's first album as well as the "Dixie Lee" single, and Roxanne Rialito, a stunning and sizzling L.A. sessions singer with force and flair!


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