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Track Title Genre Track Description PlayLink
A MAN THIS LONELY (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
ABOVE AND BEYOND (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
ACT NATURALLY (Bluegrass – Backing Track) Country (Bluegrass) Bluegrass Backing Track for the Beatles’ classic cover from Johnny Russell who had to break a date with his girlfriend. “When she asked me why I was going to L.A., I answered, ‘They are going to put me in the movies and make a big star out of me.'” Click to Listen
ACT NATURALLY (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Johnny Russell had to break a date with his girlfriend. “When she asked me why I was going to L.A., I answered, ‘They are going to put me in the movies and make a big star out of me.’  This Bluegrass treatment features 7-piece Opry veterans, Grassmasters. Click to Listen
ACT NATURALLY (Kids – Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the Kids version of Ringo Starr and Buck Owen’s classic Country hit.  Bluegrass overtones in this arrangement. Click to Listen
ACT NATURALLY (Kids) Country Kids version of Ringo Starr and Buck Owen’s classic Country hit.  Bluegrass overtones in this arrangement. Click to Listen
ALL BEHIND US NOW (Elevated Instrumental) Urban/R&B “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
ALL IS LOST (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
ALL THAT YOU DREAM (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
ALL THE THINGS (YOUR MAN WON’T DO) (Elevated Instrumental) Urban/R&B “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
ANOTHER PERFECT DAY (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
ANOTHER SOMEBODY DONE SOMEBODY WRONG SONG Country An American Country and Pop song that became a #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 in April 1975.  6-piece Nashville ‘A’ Team provides backdrop for Perry Danos’ tearjerking Vocal.  Quintessential Country sadness. . . . Got a beer? Click to Listen
ANOTHER SOMEBODY DONE SOMEBODY WRONG SONG (Backing Track) Country Lilting little Country Backing Track or Underscore, fit for any montage, for the classic American Country & Pop song that became a #1 single in 1975.  6-piece Nashville ‘A’ Team provides backdrop for this quintessential Country sadness . . . . Got a beer? Click to Listen
ANOTHER SOMEBODY DONE SOMEBODY WRONG SONG (Elevated Instrumental) Country Lilting little Country Elevator Music or Muzak, fit for any montage, for the classic American Country & Pop song that became a #1 single in 1975.  6-piece Nashville ‘A’ Team provides backdrop for this quintessential Country sadness . . . . Got a beer? Click to Listen
BE GOOD TO YOURSELF (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
BUSTED Blues One of the biggest hits from the Ray Charles’ Songbook, featuring full Horns and Tower of Power’s front man, Larry Braggs on Vocal duty.  Superior recording!  Timeless story of one man’s trials in the economic downturn. Click to Listen
BUSTED (Backing Track) Blues Backing Track or Underscore for one of the biggest hits from the Ray Charles’ Songbook, featuring full Horns, Acoustic Bass, Hammond B3, Piano and Guitar fills.  Superior recording!  Timeless story of one man’s trials in the economic downturn. Click to Listen
BUSTED (Elevated Instrumental) Blues Elevator Music or Muzak Underscore for one of the biggest hits from the Ray Charles’ Songbook, featuring full Horns, Acoustic Bass, Hammond B3, Piano and Guitar fills.  Superior recording!  Timeless story of one man’s trials in the economic downturn. Click to Listen
CAN I TRUST YOU WITH MY HEART (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
CAROL JANE (Backing Track) Country From their first album for Warner Brothers, “It’s Everly Time” charted in the Top 10 albums in 1960.  One of the Everly Brothers’ finest moments.  This Backing Track or Underscore carries all of the charm and character of the original recording. Click to Listen
CAROL JANE (Instrumental) Country From their first album for Warner Brothers, “It’s Everly Time” charted in the Top 10 albums in 1960.  One of the Everly Brothers’ finest moments.  This Instrumental recreation carries all of the charm and character of the original recording. Click to Listen
CHRISTMASES WHEN YOU WERE MINE (Acoustic) Country Taylor Swift’s mournful track fixates on prior Christmases, in which the song’s protagonist, was happier.  This arrangement is pared down to Voice and Acoustic Guitar.  Cut in Nashville with Mikaela Kahn and Chet Atkins protégé, Pat Bergeson Click to Listen
CHRISTMASES WHEN YOU WERE MINE (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for Taylor Swift’s mournful track that fixates on prior Christmases, in which the song’s protagonist, was happier.  Cut in Nashville with Acoustic Guitars and Hammond B3 Organ. Click to Listen
CHRISTMASES WHEN YOU WERE MINE (Country) Country Taylor Swift’s mournful track fixates on prior Christmases, in which the song’s protagonist, was happier.  Cut in Nashville with Acoustic Guitars and Hammond B3 Organ in support of Mikaela Kahn. Click to Listen
COULD I HAVE THIS DANCE (Backing Track) Country Classic formula Country Backing Track or Underscore, performed by Nashville’s finest session players, former and current members of the Grand Ole Opry.  This Anne Murray track was featured in the 1980 film, ‘Urban Cowboy’. Click to Listen
COULD I HAVE THIS DANCE (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
CRAZY ARMS (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for Songwriter and Pedal Steel player, Ralph Mooney’s, ‘Crazy Arms’, written after his wife left him because of his drinking problem.  The song went on to become Ray Price’s first number one hit and a Honky-Tonk Standard. Click to Listen
CRAZY ARMS (Fiddle Instrumental) Country Songwriter and Pedal Steel player, Ralph Mooney, said he got the idea for ‘Crazy Arms’ after his wife left him because of his drinking problem.  The song went on to become Ray Price’s first number one hit and a Honky-Tonk Standard.  Fiddle feature. Click to Listen
CRAZY ARMS (Instrumental) Country Songwriter and Pedal Steel player, Ralph Mooney, said he got the idea for ‘Crazy Arms’ after his wife left him because of his drinking problem.  The song went on to become Ray Price’s first number one hit and a Honky-Tonk Standard. Click to Listen
CRAZY ARMS (Steel Instrumental) Country Songwriter and Pedal Steel player, Ralph Mooney, said he got the idea for ‘Crazy Arms’ after his wife left him because of his drinking problem.  The song went on to become Ray Price’s first number one hit and a Honky-Tonk Standard.  Pedal Steel feature. Click to Listen
DAY OR NIGHT (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
DON’T YOU EVER GET TIRED (OF HURTING ME) (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
EVERY CORNER OF THE WORLD (Elevated Instrumental) Jazz (Contemporary) “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
EVERYBODY’S HAD THE BLUES Country Originally written and recorded by American Country music artist Merle Haggard, reached #1 on the Billboard Country charts in 1973.  Performed here by James Taylor’s touring Back-up Vocalist and Fiddler, Andrea Zonn. Click to Listen
EVERYBODY’S HAD THE BLUES (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the song originally written and recorded by American Country music artist Merle Haggard, reaching #1 on the Billboard Country charts in 1973.  Performed here by Nashivlle studio aces at Sony/Tree Studios in 2000. Click to Listen
EVERYBODY’S HAD THE BLUES (Instrumental) Country Originally written and recorded by American Country music artist Merle Haggard, reaching #1 on the Billboard Country charts in 1973.  Performed here by Nashivlle studio aces at Sony/Tree Studios in 2000.  Hammond B3 Organ and Electric Guitar featured. Click to Listen
FALLING Country Just when she thinks the relationship is over, she is drawn back in in this poignant acoustic love song, featuring Nashville’s ‘A’ team on National Steel, Mandolin, Fiddle, Hammond B3 Organ, et al. Click to Listen
FALLING (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the Mindy Smith acoustic love song, featuring Nashville’s ‘A’ team on National Steel, Mandolin, Fiddle, Hammond B3 Organ, et al. Click to Listen
FAMOUS LAST WORDS OF A FOOL (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
FEARLESS Country “Fearless”, in regard to the fearlessness of falling in love and eventually titled Taylor Swift’s second studio album.  Musically, it contains qualities commonly found in Pop-Rock music and, lyrically, is about a perfect first date. Click to Listen
FOOL FOR YOUR LOVE (Backing Track) Country The Backing Track or Underscore for Mickey Gilley’s 16th #1 Country single as a solo artist . . . there’s a sucessful run!  This track bears the stamp of the fifties with its sock-hop 12/8 feel, Tenor Sax solo and 8th note Piano riff.  Everybody skate! Click to Listen
FOOL FOR YOUR LOVE (Elevated Instrumental) Country “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
FOOL, I’M A WOMAN (Backing Track) Country Another “Woman needs a man like fish needs a bicycle” song.  This Backing Track or Underscore is from Sara Evans’ 1998 release, “No Place That Far”.  Nashville’s ‘A’ team session players lend their talents to this song of empowerment. Click to Listen
FOOL, I’M A WOMAN (Elevated Instrumental) Country Another “Woman needs a man like fish needs a bicycle” song.  This Elevator Music or Muzak Instrumental is from Sara Evans’ 1998 release, “No Place That Far”.  Nashville’s ‘A’ team session players lend their talents to this song of empowerment. Click to Listen
FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY (Elevated Instrumental) Urban/R&B “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
GIFT, THE (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator.  He suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
GIFT, THE (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Gold for Windham Hill Records, ‘The Gift’ became a signature Christmas love song for its time.  This Instrumental arrangement features Violin, Electric Guitar, Piano and Pennywhistle on melodic duties.  Mellow and romantic. Click to Listen
GRINGO (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator.  He suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
HEARTBREAK HOTEL Blues The King of Rock and Roll’s earliest hit from 1956, (8 weeks at #1), gets the straight ahead Vocal  Blues treatment, featuring Perry Danos with solid support from Nashville’s ‘A’ team rhythm section, featuring late Ace, ‘Byrd’ Burton. Click to Listen
HEARTBREAK HOTEL (Backing Track) Blues Backing Track or Underscore for the King of Rock and Roll’s earliest hit from 1956, (8 weeks at #1), gets the straight ahead Blues treatment, with solid support from Nashville’s ‘A’ team rhythm section, featuring late Ace, Byrd Burton. Click to Listen
HEARTBREAK HOTEL (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) The King of Rock and Roll returns to his cultural roots in this Bluegrass rendering of the Elvis’ 1st Hit, that spent 8 weeks at #1. This acoustic Blues features 6-piece ‘Grassmasters’, Grand Ol’ Opry legends in their own time. Click to Listen
HEARTBREAK HOTEL (Female Vocal) Blues The King of Rock and Roll’s earliest hit from 1956, (8 weeks at #1), gets the straight ahead Vocal  Blues treatment, featuring Darelle Holden with solid support from Nashville’s ‘A’ team rhythm section, featuring late Ace, Byrd Burton. Click to Listen
HEARTBREAK HOTEL (Instrumental) Rock/Pop The King of Rock and Roll’s earliest hit from 1956, (8 weeks at #1), gets the straight ahead Instrumental Blues treatment, featuring Guitar and Tenor Sax with solid support from Nashville’s ‘A’ team rhythm section. Click to Listen
I CAN’T GET OVER YOU (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore of the American Country music duo, Brooks and Dunn’s top ten hit from 1999.  Featuring 8-piece Nashville studio ‘A’ team. Click to Listen
I CAN’T GET OVER YOU (Instrumental) Country Instrumental Background Cover of the American Country music duo, Brooks and Dunn’s top ten hit from 1999.  Featuring 8-piece Nashville studio ‘A’ team, with melodic duties on Fiddle, Guitar and Pedal Steel. Click to Listen
I DON’T KNOW A THING ABOUT LOVE (Backing Track) Country AKA “The Moon Song” was written by prolific American songwriter and Hall-of-Famer, Harlan Howard.  This Backing Track or Underscore is a lightweight interpretation of the original Conway Twitty release, featuring Fender Rhodes Piano in a 7-piece ensemble. Click to Listen
I FALL TO PIECES (Backing Track) Country Written by iconic and prolific American songwriter and Hall-of-Famer, Harlan Howard, for another icon in Country Music history, Patsy Cline.  Classified as a Standard, this Backing Track or Underscore is a straight ahead reproduction of the original. Click to Listen
I JUST CAN’T LET GO  (Instrumental) Rock/Pop A wish for reconciliation and forgiveness.  The Ambrosia hit from 1997 has been ‘elevated’ to this poignant Instrumental featuring Tower of Power’s Tom E. Politzer, (Sax), and Jerry Cortez, (Guitar). Click to Listen
I JUST CAN’T LET GO (Backing Track) Rock/Pop A wish for reconciliation and forgiveness.  Backing Track or Underscore for the Ambrosia hit from 1997. Click to Listen
I JUST MIGHT BE Country Classic Country song built around the old adage, “You made your move too soon”.  Kimberly Hope fronts a group of Nashville studio pros that includes Hall-of-Famer, Tommy White on Dobro & Pedal Steel, Andrea Zonn on Fiddle and arranger Kevin Madill, Piano. Click to Listen
I JUST MIGHT BE (Backing Track w/BGVs) Country Backing Track or Underscore with Background Vocal parts for the classic Country song built around the old adage, “You made your move too soon”,  featuring a group of Nashville studio pros that includes Hall-of-Famer, Tommy White on Dobro and Pedal Steel. Click to Listen
I JUST MIGHT BE (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the classic Country song built around the old adage, “You made your move too soon”,  featuring a group of Nashville studio pros that includes Hall-of-Famer, Tommy White on Dobro and Pedal Steel, and Andrea Zonn on Fiddle. Click to Listen
I’M A RAMBLIN’ MAN (Backing Track) Country This Ray Pennington composition scored big for Wayon Jennings in 1974 reaching the #1 slot on Billboard’s Hopt Country Singles chart.  This uptempo Backing Track or Underscore is a direct reproduction of the original. Click to Listen
KING OF THE ROAD Country The lyrics to this song tell of the day-to-day life of a vagabond hobo who despite being poor, (a “man of means by no means”), revels in his freedom.  J. B. White gives a true-to-form recreation of the classic Roger Miller hit. Click to Listen
KING OF THE ROAD (Backing Track) Country Backing track or Underscore for the song that tells the day-to-day life of a vagabond hobo who despite being poor, (“man of means by no means”), revels in his freedom.  Our Nashville crew gives a true-to-form recreation of the classic Roger Miller hit. Click to Listen
KING OF THE ROAD (Solo Vocal) Country The lyrics to this song tell of the day-to-day life of a vagabond hobo who despite being poor, (a “man of means by no means”), revels in his freedom.  J. B. White gives a true-to-form recreation of the classic Roger Miller hit. Click to Listen
LOVE IS EVERYTHING (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for this song by  Christian-Country artist, John Barry, from his album ‘Faces’ released in 1996 on Capitol.  This tune reiterates the value of love over everything else in one’s life, cherish and preserve. Click to Listen
LOVE IS EVERYTHING (Instrumental) Country Keep your priorities in line seems to be the theme of this Country-Rock Ballad from John Berry.  Reproduced here as a Pop-Country Instrumental featuring Acoustic Guitar and Alto Sax in lieu of Vocals. Click to Listen
LOVE OF MY LIFE (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore for the Top 10 AC hit and collaboration with Michael W. Smith.  A sentimental, and somewhat maudlin display of affection, this bed track lifts the essential elements of the original recording, Piano, Bass and Strings. Click to Listen
MAMA TRIED Country In “Mama Tried”, Merle Haggard focuses on the pain and suffering he caused his own mother by being incarcerated in 1957 in San Quentin.  Scottish duo, the McDonalds, take on the Everly Brothers’ arrangement on this rendition of the Country classic. Click to Listen
MAMA TRIED (Backing Track) Country In “Mama Tried”, Merle Haggard focuses on the pain and suffering he caused his own mother by being incarcerated in 1957 in San Quentin.  This Backing Track or Underscore takes on the Everly Brothers’ arrangement of the Country classic. Click to Listen
MAMMAS DON’T LET YOUR BABIES GROW UP TO BE COWBOYS (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the classic Willie Nelson hit, originally released by songwriter Ed Bruce in 1975.  Members of the ‘Western Writers of America’ chose the song as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time Click to Listen
MY ELUSIVE DREAMS (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the Country classic.  The song follows a restless man, and his wife, as he attempts to find an ever-elusive and lasting happiness pursuing various dreams and schemes. Click to Listen
NEVER SAY GOODBYE Rock/Pop Lush arrangement for the song of love slipping through one’s fingers.  Take a stand before it’s too late.  Beautifully sung by Dana Sedgwick with Vocal Group, Sheherazade, a 10-voice Choir.  Improvised Violin work throughout. Click to Listen
NEVER SAY GOODBYE (Backing Track w/BGVs) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore with Background Choral Vocal parts for this lush Hayley Westenra arrangement.  Beautifully sung with Vocal Group: Sheherazade, a 10-voice choir.  Improvised Violin work throughout. Click to Listen
NEVER SAY GOODBYE (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore for this lush Hayley Westenra arrangement, featuring ‘A’ team Nashville studio 6-piece, with improvised Violin work throughout. Click to Listen
ONE SMALL MIRACLE (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the song that asks for a miracle from above to save a broken relationship.  This Bryan White Top 40 hit is from 1997 .  This slow to medium tempo Ballad maintains its mournful sadness. Click to Listen
ONE SMALL MIRACLE (Instrumental) Country Asking for help from above to save a broken relationship, this Bryan White Top 40 hit from 1997 is redone as a Country Pop Instrumental with its elements of Traditional instrumentation.  This slow to medium tempo Ballad maintains its mournful sadness. Click to Listen
SAIL AWAY (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the Oak Ridge Boys’ Top 10 Country Pop song that spent 13 weeks on the Billboard charts.  Pleasant, colorful and heartfelt performance by  Nashville’s ‘A’ Team 7-Piece studio band. Click to Listen
SET ‘EM UP, JOE (Backing Track) Country “Set ‘Em Up Joe” was a tribute song to Ernest Tubb and was a number one hit for Vern Gosdin on the Country charts in 1988.  This Backing Track or Underscore stays faithful to the original, and features Pedal Steel Hall-of-Fame inductee, Tommy White. Click to Listen
SET ‘EM UP, JOE (Instrumental) Country Originally recorded by American Country music artist Vern Gosdin, released in April 1988.  a number one Country hit and tribute song to Ernest Tubb.  Cut here as a lighthearted Instrumental Country Blues with plenty of Twang. Click to Listen
SHE’S GOT YOU (Backing Track) Country Writer Hank Cochran remembers calling Patsy Cline up telling her that he’d just written her next # 1 hit. She told him to come over to her house with a bottle of liquor and play it.  This Backing Track or Underscore leans on the Loretta Lynn arrangement. Click to Listen
SILVER WINGS (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for Merle Haggard’s late sixties lament, seeing his love flying off into the wild blue yonder. Click to Listen
SOMEBODY SHOULD LEAVE (Backing Track) Country Country songwriting icon, Harlan Howard, wrote this song for Reba McIntire, a ballad describing a woman who finds herself in a loveless relationship with her husband.  This is a faithful reproduction of the Backing Track or Underscore. Click to Listen
STANDING ON THE EDGE OF GOODBYE (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the John Berry hit that climbed to number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles charts.   A bisic Country Rock arrangment with Rhythm Section, Pedal Steel, and Fiddle. Click to Listen
STANDING ON THE EDGE OF GOODBYE (Instrumental) Country “Picks up the tempo but continues to travel down the same country/soul road that got him where he is.”  – Billboard review.  This John Berry Top Ten Country Ballad has been reproduced as a Country Rock Instrumental featuring Fiddle and Tenor Sax. Click to Listen
TEQUILA TOWN (Instrumental) Country A Traditional Country Pop tune about infedelity, confession and separation, re-produced Instrumentally by an 8-piece Nashville studio band, renown for their appearances on Prime Time Country and the Grand Ole Opry stage. Click to Listen
THREE DAYS Country This Willie Nelson / Faron Young collaboration from the early sixties became a Top 10 Hit on the Country Charts.  Mikaela Kahn’s arrangement leans on a modernized k. d. lang approach, while still maintaining its Bluesy, Retro flavor. Click to Listen
THREE DAYS (Backing Track w/BGVs) Country Backing Track or Underscore with Background Vocal parts for Willie Nelson and Faron Young’s collaboration from the early sixties.  This arrangement leans on a modernized k. d. lang approach, while still maintaining its Bluesy, Retro flavor. Click to Listen
THREE DAYS (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for Willie Nelson and Faron Young’s collaboration from the early sixties.  This arrangement leans on a modernized k. d. lang approach, while still maintaining its Bluesy, Retro flavor. Click to Listen
TIM McGRAW Country The debut single and first published song recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift.  This version is a relatively shameless sound-alike featuring Mikaela Kahn and recorded at Nashville’s famed Ocean Way Stdios. Click to Listen
TIM McGRAW (Backing Track) Country The debut single and first published song recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift.  This version is a relatively shameless sound-alike Backing Track or Karaoke Underscore recorded at Nashville’s famed Ocean Way Stdios. Click to Listen
TODAY I STARTED LOVING YOU AGAIN (Backing Track) Country This Merle Haggard Backing Track or Underscore has had sporatic chart success over the years with a variety of different artists including Pop singer, Al Martino, and R&B artist, Bobby Bland. Click to Listen
WALKIN’, TALKIN’, CRYIN’, BARELY BEATIN’ BROKEN HEART Country A Roger Miller and Justin Tubb tune that slipped into the Top Ten Country Charts for ‘Highway 101’ in 1990.  This wordy classic has been faithfully reproduced, featuring past and present members of the Grand Ole Opry, and Kimberly Hope on Vocals. Click to Listen
WALKIN’, TALKIN’, CRYIN’, BARELY BEATIN’ BROKEN HEART (Backing Track w/BGVs) Country Backing Track or Underscore with Background Vocal parts on a Roger Miller/Justin Tubb tune that slipped into the Top Ten Country Charts for ‘Highway 101’ in 1990.  This classic has been rearranged featuring past and present members of the Grand Ole Opry. Click to Listen
WALKIN’, TALKIN’, CRYIN’, BARELY BEATIN’ BROKEN HEART (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for a Roger Miller and Justin Tubb tune that slipped into the Top Ten Country Charts for ‘Highway 101’ in 1990.  This classic has been rearranged featuring past and present members of the Grand Ole Opry. Click to Listen
WALKIN’, TALKIN’, CRYIN’, BARELY BEATIN’ BROKEN HEART (Instrumental) Country A Roger Miller and Justin Tubb tune that slipped into the Top Ten Country Charts for ‘Highway 101’ in 1990.  This wordy classic has been rearranged, sans the words, featuring past and present members of the Grand Ole Opry, including late Ace: Byrd Burton. Click to Listen
WARM AND FUZZY Kids 8 year old Tara Lawrence with ICE, the Island Choral Experience, performs this childlike interpretation of the Billy Gilman Christmas tune, backed by a 5-piece Jazz combo. Click to Listen
WHEN I REACH THE PLACE I’M GOING Country Popularized by Wynnona Judd’s 2005 Grand Ol’ Opry performance, this acoustic song of soul searching and life’s journey brings optimism and wisdom to the pursuit of happiness and enlightenment. Click to Listen
WHEN I REACH THE PLACE I’M GOING  (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the song popularized by Wynnona Judd’s 2005 Grand Ole Opry performance.  This Bluegrass flavored song of soul searching and life’s journey brings optimism and wisdom to the pursuit of happiness and enlightenment. Click to Listen
WISH YOU WERE HERE (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the successful Ballad from Mark Wills in 1998.  Wills told Billboard magazine that, “While some people say it is a sad song t’s really a very positive, optimistic love song about life after death.” Click to Listen
WISH YOU WERE HERE (Instrumental) Country Mark Wills first #1 Single, he told Billboard Magazine that while some people say it is a sad song, “it’s really a very positive, optimistic love song about life after death”.  This Instrumental interpretation continues the same sentiment. Click to Listen
WORKING MAN BLUES (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for “Workin’ Man Blues”, Merle Haggard’s tribute to a core group of his fans: The American blue-collared working man.  This reproduction stays true to the original, complete with high energy train beat. Click to Listen