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another song taken from a caette tape and posted for the fun of it. 30 years old, it has a new life on the net istead of in my drawer.
hope to reach poeople from the 75/76 era from Rutgers U,New Brunswick,NJ
JASMINE JASMINE, remember those days when...
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Uploaded: Mar 12, 2007 - 12:01:27 AM
Last Updated: Mar 12, 2007 - 12:01:27 AM Last Played: May 17, 2019 - 05:36:20 AM
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TobinMueller said 4546 days ago (March 12th, 2007)
Walking back in time
Kind of a mixture of the Fifth Dimension and Fairport Convention, Chicago and Yes. What a great era, when all these styles co-existed so effortlessly, and they all played on the same radio stations! Some great chord progressions, arranging, and sense of life. Really nice. (Consider trying to boost these tracks with compression that also gives a little more oomph to the low end and makes the highs crisper?) I am looking forward to what you do with your new equipment...
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bud said 4545 days ago (March 13th, 2007)
Cool track
I remember te time and I remember Todd Rundgren, and Stevie Wonder and the year before Punk broke with the Ranones first LP and everything changed (for me anyway)Thanks for posting.
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eleveneyes said 4544 days ago (March 14th, 2007)
ahhh...the sound of tape
wow, this is like a broadway production! really enjoyed this. Reminded me of a time when i liked listening to the radio. Cool guitar solo and horns! i love the horns! Thanks digging this out of your drawer!
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said 4511 days ago (April 16th, 2007)
Great stuff William. I'm here as a result of listening to your recent post with Timothy "Hot Spot." This is quite good. You were obviously in a band back then. You have any commercial success at all? You certainly deserved it! Glad to have found you man...

Be well!
william devine said 4497 days ago (April 29th, 2007)
Thanks for you kind words
but our success was limited to the Rutgers U area, NJ.
Everybody had to go get real day jobs n stuff.
Your words are uplifting though.
Thank you
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wetzelc said 4075 days ago (June 25th, 2008)
Bill, I enjoyed your music very much. You played at my wedding. Does your band still play? Chris
ktb said 4509 days ago (April 17th, 2007)
Tobin said! wow, what blastback. Are those real horns? this was a total trip. I do hear all the elements, that made the time in which was recorded so cool. Nice songwriting
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tamdevine225 said 4509 days ago (April 17th, 2007)
Uncle Billy, I'm so glad you are posting these songs. Now i can ipod them and they will shuffle up.
That is so cool.
Love u
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Leon said 4489 days ago (May 7th, 2007)
Turn on the channel...
This sounds like a soundtrack of a 1970's family/drama sitcom...full of heart and certainly evokes a lot of beautiful emotions. This is really well produced. Instruments and vocals are impeccable.
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Bob6stringer said 3984 days ago (September 24th, 2008)
Ditto, Tobin
How about reaching a NJ native who took off to Syracuse in 77? This is GREAT! I'm glad Tobin had the first comment, because he crystallizes my sentiments exactly.
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