Tom Dae | Vibrations  So Dedicated

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Vibrations So Dedicated

by Tom Dae

LOVE SONGS.. "VIBRATIONS", a Love spell captivating hym-like style, aligns your vibrations, and directs them to the one you want to come to you and be your lover. "SO DEDICATED","in a country flavor",is a tribute to a lost love through a regretted breakup
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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1. VIBRATIONS ( Love Spell) TOM DAE
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2. SO DEDICATED TOM DAE
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3. THE ONLY THING I KNOW HOW TO DO TOM DAE
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4. TELL ME TOM DAE
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5. IF YOU EVER COME BACK TOM DAE
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6. I WAS A NOBODY YESTERDAY TOM DAE
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7. ITS ABOUT TIME vocal by Nancy B. NANCY BOUCHER
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8. HOW WAS I TO KNOW vocal by Sharon S. SHARON SMITH
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9. THERES SOMETHING ID LIKE TO DO TOM DAE
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10. YOU AND ME TOM DAE
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11. COULD YOU BREAK DOWN AND LOVE ME TOM DAE
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12. BETTER AGAIN TOM DAE
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13. WHERES THE GIRL I USED TO KNOW TOM DAE
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THIS CD is an easy listening tribute to lost love.
The material in this production is all pleasingly original.
In the mid 70s Tom formed another lounge / club group with two attractive female blonde ladies, Sharon and Nancy. Booked as ""The TOM DAE SHOW, they performed engagements at Holiday Inns, Sheraton Inns, Restauraunt Lounges and several other show and dance clubs around the New Hampshire and Mass area. In the late 70s they recorded the album VIBRATIONS SO DEDICATED and released it on vinyl 33 rpm. The RE-RELEASE is now available on this CD.
"VIBRATIONS", the first song on the album, is a "LOVE SPELL", put to music and sounding somewhat like a Gregorian Chant, was written for the purpose of opening and channelling your VIBRATIONS and feelings of desire to attract and draw someone special you want,to love you.
It may work for you. All you need to do is listen, focus, and consistantly direct your positive thoughtforms to the desired person. It may produce interestingly desired results for you, but only if you are sincere and use it wisely. However, you must also believe in mind to mind communication, and in this form of ESP.
"SO DEDICATED", the second song relates the love and special dedication of someone still loving the partner that has been missed through a regretted breakup.


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Chris Moran

so dedicated the only thing I know how to do if you ever come back I was n
Tom 6-13 are realy great songs form the vibreations c.d.

Hamp Dawson

Made my mother very happy.
My mom wanted me to make her a CD copy of the LP she had gotten back when Tom used to play as Air Fare at the Northeastland Hotel here in Presque Isle, ME. I checked on-line and had the CD sent directly to her. Needless to say, she was very happy to receive it. Mom really loves Tom's music. If you wanted to contact her about it, her address is:
Shirley Dawson
12 Delmont Street
Presque Isle, ME 04769

Many thanks,
Hamp