The Proods's listening history

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I was looking through my messages and found this collab i did with Kari a while back in 2017 i had forgotten all about. so pleased i found it thanks Kari
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Another tune exhumed from the past... 1984 to be precise. A 15 year-old angst-ridden vocalist wrote some words that went something like "Late at night... the shadows... creep across my wall". Happily, the song is musically much stronger than the…
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Inspired by Steve Krell who wrote the first verse and chorus. Colleen Dillon wrote the second verse and Greg Connor, the third. Authentic Native American War Cry by Kimmie who has Cherokee heritage. V1- Steve On the banks of the Ojibwa…
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Do you ever have an idea / song that you just need to get out of you and recorded, even though it's so rough that you'll want to re-do it over and over again? This is one of those for me.... Drive Until The Signal Dies Verse 1 Your Silence…
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The other night I was sitting out watching a little fire in my backyard, and thinking about how useless it is to let the past dictate our present and future. This one is dedicated to all of us with relationships in our history that have no place…
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I wrote this song as a way to process some of the feelings of sadness, dismay, anger, fear and love that were brewing inside my heart this past week. I live in Minneapolis, where the terrible killing of George Floyd occurred, and the subsequent…
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Steve developed this beautiful track with his ukulele and I added some lyrics to make a "positive message" song for the times we are in.... Hope it makes you smile too... It Won’t Be Like This Forever Sitting here on my front steps Listening…
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