Tjendol Sunrise | The Way That You Smile

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The Way That You Smile

by Tjendol Sunrise

The Classic, 50's Rock & Roll sound from the "Brown Eyed Handsome Men" of Tjendol Sunrise out of the Netherlands representing the Neo Indo Rock Movement of today.
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. Treat Me Nice
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2. B-I-Bicky-Bi Bo-Bo-Go
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3. In My Room
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4. Reggy's Stroll
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5. Brown Eyed Handome Man
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6. Gunung Kawi Blues
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7. The Way That You Smile
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8. Tjendol On the Rocks
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9. Good Night, Little Susie
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10. Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Discover the music that put Tjendol Sunrise on the map. Originally recorded in 2007, "The Way That You Smile" contains both covers as well as original compositions in the style of that classic 50's Rock & Roll sound. When presented to the legendary Andy Tielman of the influential Tielman Brothers at a chance meeting, it lead the group to performance and recording opportunities including "21st Century Rock" with the late, great Andy Tielman himself. This album is considered a classic in the career of Tjendol Sunrise because it literally is what started it all!


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