New Patter Release
SP1157 Find Me a Golden Street
“Find Me a Golden Street” is from the debut studio album by British instrumental rock group The Shadows, released in September 1961. It reached number one in the UK Albums Chart.
New release for January 2021
SP1129 Love You Too Much by Brady Seals Square Dance Vocals by Gene Turner
This is our latest Singing Call release, Gene does a great job on the vocals
Brady Seals (born March 29, 1969) is an American country music artist. He is the cousin of Jim Seals (of Seals & Crofts) and Dan Seals, Johnny Duncan, and the nephew of Troy Seals. Seals made his debut in 1988 as co-lead vocalist and keyboardist in the sextet Little Texas, with whom he recorded until his departure in late 1994. Between then and 2002, he recorded as a solo singer, releasing three studio albums and charting in the Top 40 on the country charts with “Another You, Another Me”. In 2002, Seals formed a quartet called Hot Apple Pie, in which he has recorded one studio album and charted three singles. A fourth solo album, Play Time, was released in 2009 via Star City.
SP1129 Love You Too Much
Release Date: January 2021
Vocal: Gene Turner
Original recording by Brady Seals
New release for November 2021
SP1142 What You’re Waitin’ For by Passenger
Square Dance Vocals by Kevin Lovell
This is our latest Singing Call release
We’ve produced this singing call
in 3 separate Keys: High – Mid – Low
Kevin is singing in the low Key
Passenger, real name Mike Rosenberg, now follows ‘Sword From The Stone’ by sharing his new single ‘What You’re Waiting For’.
‘What You’re Waiting For’ offers a subtle stylistic shift in Passenger’s sound. Operating in the wilderness between a rasp and a whisper, his vocal continues to have the intimacy of a shared secret, yet it’s set to indie / alternative rock with an ‘80s edge that echoes R.E.M. or The Smiths. That introspection also feeds into the lyrics, which use Passenger’s own experiences as a launchpad for a more universal emotion.
SP1142 What You’re Waitin’ For
Release Date: November 2021
Vocal: Kevin Lovell
Original recording by Passenger