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Track Title Genre Track Description PlayLink
(WILL YOU) COME BACK MY LOVE (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
ANYTIME (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
DAYDREAM Rock/Pop Quaint little Pop Country tune for a  boy’s contemplation of  love, featuring Paul Jones from Manfred Mann on Vocals and Harmonica, whistles at 1:15, supported by Tower of Power Guitarist, Jerry Cortez. Click to Listen
DAYDREAM (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore for the quaint little Pop Country tune for a  boy’s contemplation of  love, featuring Paul Jones from Manfred Mann on Harmonica, and Jerry Cortez of Tower of Power on Guitar. Click to Listen
DAYDREAM (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop Elevator Music or Muzak Instrumental Underscore for the quaint little Pop Country tune for a  boy’s contemplation of  love, featuring Paul Jones from Manfred Mann on Harmonica, and Jerry Cortez of Tower of Power on Guitar. Click to Listen
DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop Recreation of the classic top 10 Pop hit for the Mamas and the Papas arrangement into an Elevator Music Instrumental or Muzak-styled Underscore. Click to Listen
DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Bizarre recreation of the classic R & B top 10 hit, combining elements of the Shirelles and the Mamas & the Papas arrangements into an Instrumental drunken swagger stumbling around a swing beat.  Loose and sloppy with character and attitude. Click to Listen
DID YOU EVER HAVE TO MAKE UP YOUR MIND (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
DROWN IN MY OWN TEARS (Elevated Instrumental) Blues “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 BEAT OF MY HEART (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
EVERYBODY PLAYS THE FOOL (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
FEVER Standards Originally recorded by the late great R&B singer, Little Willie John, this classic became mainstream when Peggy Lee cut her version in 1958.  Since then, it has become a staple for performers worldwide.  Done here with Vocal and Jazz Quartet. Click to Listen
FEVER (Backing Track) Standards Backing Track for the song originally recorded by the great R&B singer, Little Willie John, this classic became mainstream when Peggy Lee cut her version in 1958.  Since then, it has become a staple for performers worldwide.  Done here with Jazz Quartet. Click to Listen
FEVER (Instrumental) Jazz (Contemporary) Originally recorded by R&B singer, Little Willie John, this classic became mainstream when Peggy Lee cut her 1958 version.  Since then, it has become a staple for performers worldwide.  Done here as an Instrumental featuring Jazz Guitar and Tenor Sax. Click to Listen
HIDE AWAY Blues Blues Guitar instrumental that has become a standard for countless blues and rock musicians.  Seattle Studio Guitarist, John Morton, gives his contemporary spin with this new arrangement.  Guitar centered Quartet includes a  Hammond B3 Organ solo at 1:15. Click to Listen
PLEASE COME HOME FOR CHRISTMAS Blues Charles Brown’s plea for his ‘baby’ to come home for the holidays.  Even the Blues fits into the Christmas schematic.  Main Attraction’s Antwaine Richardson with the Nick Manson Quartet, featuring Andy Suzuki on Tenor Sax. Click to Listen
RAIN DOWN TEARS Blues Blues classic from 1959, originally by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters on King Records.  Re-arranged as a slinky, moderate tempo swing Blues with full Horns and Harmonica fills ala Paul Butterfield and featuring Tower of Power’s Larry Braggs on Lead Vox. Click to Listen
RAIN DOWN TEARS (Backing Track) Blues Backing Track or Underscore for the Blues classic from 1959, originally by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters on King Records.  Re-arranged as a slinky, moderate tempo swing Blues with full Horns and Harmonica fills ala Paul Butterfield. Click to Listen
RAIN ON THE ROOF (Background Instrumental) Rock/Pop You can listen to this track two ways.  1) Fairy dancing rite of spring Madrigal, or 2) Muzak-styled Elevator Music.  An Instrumental that features Nylon Guitar, Harp, Flute and Alto Sax.  “Clean-up on Aisle 4.” Click to Listen
SAD NIGHT OWL Blues About as epitomized a classic slow Blues can get, featuring Hammond B3 Organ and Piano with Electric Guitar leads.  Sonny Thompson’s composition was originally released by the Texas Cannonball, Freddie King.  Guitar solo at :50, B3 at 1:40. Click to Listen
TEAR DROP Rock/Pop Follow up single to the fifties hit, “Sleep Walk” by Santo & Johnny, who were inducted into the Steel Guitar Hall-of-Fame in 2002.  This 2003 remake from Nashville features fellow Pedal Steel Hall-of-Famer, Tommy White. Click to Listen
TRAIN KEPT A-ROLLIN’ (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) After writer Tiny Bradshaw’s 1951 recording, this ‘Jump Blues’ was cut again multiple times, most notably, Johnny Burnette, Yardbirds and Aerosmith.  Now crossing over to Bluegrass featuring Sextet, the ‘Grassmasters’ with some serious jamming. Click to Listen