Tonic Sol-fa | Twenty One

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Twenty One

by Tonic Sol-fa

Acappella pop, country.
Genre: Easy Listening: Harmony Vocal Group
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1. I Need a Dollar
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2. Do You?
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3. Rest Your Head
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4. 99 Problems
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5. Secondhand Love
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6. Once Before I Go
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7. Human
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8. Southern Guitars
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9. Wrapped Around You
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10. Butch Cassidy
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11. Learning to Fly
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Album Notes
Tonic Sol-fa's 2012 recording features a well-combined collection of covers, Nashville-written firsts, and TSF originals. "Rest Your Head" (an upbeat pop song about enduring relationships) and "Southern Guitars" (a moody traveling soundtrack) showcase the group's ever-increasing ability to write competitively on a national stage. First-time released tracks from Nashville hit song-writers, "Wrapped Around You," "Once Before I Go," "Secondhand Love" and "Do You" allow the group to put a best foot forward for new songs making their way onto the international music scene. Lastly, some audience favorites finally recorded by the group, "I Need a Dollar," "99 Problems," "Human," and "Learning to Fly," give TSF a chance to work their magic on some well-known hits.


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