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16 TONS Folk “Sixteen Tons” is a song about the life of a coal miner, first recorded in 1946 by American Country singer Merle Travis and released on his box set album, ‘Folk Songs of the Hills’, the following year. Click to Listen
16 TONS (Backing Track w/BGVs) Folk Backing Track or Underscore with Background Vocal parts.  “Sixteen Tons” is a song about the life of a coal miner, first recorded in 1946 by American Country singer Merle Travis and released on his box set album Folk Songs of the Hills the following year. Click to Listen
16 TONS (Backing Track) Folk Backing Track or Underscore for “Sixteen Tons”, a song about the life of a coal miner, first recorded in 1946 by American Country singer Merle Travis and released on his box set album Folk Songs of the Hills the following year. Click to Listen
16 TONS (Cue) Folk 40 second Sax Instrumental Cue or Transition for “Sixteen Tons”.  A song about the life of a coal miner, first recorded in 1946 by American Country singer Merle Travis and released on his box set album, ‘Folk Songs of the Hills’ the following year. Click to Listen
16 TONS (Elevated Instrumental) Folk Elevator Music or Underscore Instrumental.  “Sixteen Tons” is a song about the life of a coal miner, first recorded in 1946 by American country singer Merle Travis and released on his album Folk Songs of the Hills the following year. Click to Listen
A FOOL FOR YOU Blues Originally from Ray Charles’ first Atlantic sides, covered here with a nod to the horns, and the space in a classic R&B shout out.  Featuring a 4-piece Horn Section that includes Bari Sax.  This is from Ray’s finest R&B years and treated with kid gloves. Click to Listen
A FOOL FOR YOU (Backing Track) Blues Backing Track or Underscore for the 50s classic, originally released on Ray Charles’ 1st Atlantic album, covered here with a nod to the Horns, & the space Ray created in his fantastic arrangements.  Featuring a 4-piece Horn Section that includes Bari Sax. Click to Listen
AIMIE (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
BELL BOTTOM BLUES Rock/Pop Dealing with unrequited love, this Eric Clapton composition is a memorable stand out from the Derek & the Dominos sessions.  Perry Danos’ Vocal is combined with Tower of Power’s Guitarist, Jerry Cortez, to bring this current recording to life. Click to Listen
BELL BOTTOM BLUES (Backing Track w/BGVs) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore with Background Vocal parts for this memorable Eric Clapton composition dealing with unrequited love. Tower of Power’s Guitarist, Jerry Cortez, contributes to this arrangement. Click to Listen
BELL BOTTOM BLUES (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore for this memorable Eric Clapton composition dealing with unrequited love. Tower of Power’s Guitarist, Jerry Cortez, contributes to this arrangement. Click to Listen
BELL BOTTOM BLUES (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Dealing with unrequited love, this Eric Clapton composition is a memorable stand out from the Derek & the Dominos sessions.  From the ‘Grass Series’, Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry regulars come together with this unique acoustic 3/4 Waltz with Vocal refrains Click to Listen
BELL BOTTOM BLUES (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop Imagine one of the most memorable classic rock anthems of all time converted into Elevator paste.  Then you’ll have this languid, cantalope squeezing, dental office Instrumental arrangement, featuring Piano, Reeds and Woodwinds. Click to Listen
BELL BOTTOM BLUES (Instrumental w/BGVs) Rock/Pop Instrumental arrangement for this memorable Eric Clapton composition dealing with unrequited love. Tower of Power’s Guitarist, Jerry Cortez and Saxophonist, Tom E. Politzer contribute to this rendition.  Vocal refrains by ICE. Click to Listen
BLUE SKY (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
BRAND NEW START (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
C. C. RIDER (Elevated Instrumental) Blues A popular American 12-bar Blues AKA “See See Rider” was first recorded by Gertrude “Ma” Rainey in 1924, has been recorded by many other artists, including this 60s British Invasion arrangement by the Animals, reproduced here as an “Elevated” Instrumental. Click to Listen
CALIFORNIA (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
CANNONBALL Rock/Pop Bo Diddley, Twangy Guitar, Yakity Sax and Big Wave riders converge at the intersection of this Duane Eddy remake.  Cooking with high speed octane, layers of Percussion and Hammond B3 Organ tucked in for good measure. Click to Listen
CAST YOUR FATE TO THE WIND / ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM (Medley) (Guitar Instrumental) Rock/Pop Contemporary Slack Key Acoustic Guitar Medley of two classic songs.  Re-arranged by Jerry Cortez of Tower of Power fame.  This poignant interpretation shows the softer side of the funk master. Click to Listen
CHRISTMAS TIMES A-COMIN’ (Backing Track w/BGVs) Country Backing Track or Underscore with Background Vocal parts for Tex Logan’s happy family Christmas song, light  and upbeat.  Vocal Quartet with Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Brush work, Fiddle, Dobro, and Mandolin. Click to Listen
CHRISTMAS TIMES A-COMIN’ (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for Tex Logan’s happy family Christmas song, light  and upbeat.  Instrumental backing  by Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Brush work, Fiddle, Dobro, and Mandolin. Click to Listen
CHRISTMAS TIMES A-COMIN’ (Country Instrumental) Country Tex Logan’s happy, family Christmas song, light  and upbeat.  This Instrumental rendition features melodies on Fiddle, Dobro, and Electric Guitar. Click to Listen
CHRISTMAS TIMES A-COMIN’ (Country) Country Tex Logan’s happy, family Christmas song, light  and upbeat.  Vocal Quartet backed by Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Brush work, Fiddle, Dobro, and Mandolin. Click to Listen
CITY, THE (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
COOL WATER Country Signature ‘Sons of the Pioneers’ classic about a cowboy struggling to survive the desert heat.  This version arranged in classic Country-Western style with rich Ensemble Vocals and Traditional back up, featuring Accordion, Fiddle and Pedal Steel. Click to Listen
COOL WATER (Acappella) Country Signature ‘Sons of the Pioneers’ classic about a cowboy struggling to survive the desert heat.  This version arranged with rich Vocal Quartet, Acappella. Click to Listen
COOL WATER (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the signature ‘Sons of the Pioneers’ classic about a cowboy struggling to survive the desert heat and a mirage in the distance.  This version arranged in classic Country-Western style, featuring Accordion, Fiddle and Steel. Click to Listen
COOL WATER (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop Elevator Music or Muzak Instrumental for the ‘Sons of the Pioneers’ classic about a cowboy struggling to survive the desert heat.  This arrangement is in a contemporary style drawing heavily from the eighties Joni Mitchell version. Click to Listen
DID IT IN A MINUTE (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
EASY NOW (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Bluegrass and the Eric Clapton Songbook.  Take Traditional Blues intermingled with Mountain Music and you have this  6-piece Nashville acoustic group, Grassmasters, featured on the Clapton gem from his first solo record. Click to Listen
EASY NOW (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
EL PASO (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
EVERYTIME YOU GO AWAY (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
FALLING IN AND OUT OF LOVE (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
FLUTE THING (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
GASOLINE ALLEY (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
GIRL FROM MILL VALLEY (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
HALLELUJAH, I LOVE HER SO Blues Classic Top 10 R&B hit for Ray Charles, features Tower of Power’s front man, Larry Braggs.  A 4-piece Horn Section also includes Tower members, for this faithful reproduction.  One of the first sides Ray cut for Atlantic Records in 1955, released in 1957. Click to Listen
HALLELUJAH, I LOVE HER SO (Backing Track) Blues Backing Track or Underscore for the classic Top 10 R&B hit for Ray Charles.  A 4-piece Horn Section features members of the notorious Tower of Power, for this faithful reproduction.  Tenor Solo at 1:30.  One of Ray’s first recordings for Atlantic Records. Click to Listen
I BELIEVE TO MY SOUL Urban/R&B Funky, soulful, southern-style R&B classic, originally written & released by Ray Charles in the early 60s.  This version takes on the Donny Hathaway arrangement complete with 7-piece Horn Section, featuring members of the famed Tower of Power Horns. Click to Listen
I BELIEVE TO MY SOUL (Backing Track) Urban/R&B Backing Track for the funky, soulful, R&B classic originally written & released by Ray Charles in the early 60s.  This version takes on the Donny Hathaway arrangement complete with 7-piece Horn Section, featuring members of the famed Tower of Power Horns. Click to Listen
I CAN’T QUIT HER Rock/Pop From the first album by Al Kooper’s ‘Blood, Sweat & Tears’, this blue-eyed Chicago Soul tune from the late sixties combined Jazz, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Classical elements in an experimental Fusion. Click to Listen
I CAN’T QUIT HER (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore from this song off the first album by Al Kooper’s ‘Blood Sweat & Tears’. This blue-eyed Chicago soul tune from the late sixties combined Jazz, Rock n Roll and Classical elements in an experimental Fusion. Click to Listen
I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU’LL EVER KNOW Urban/R&B This classic Blues from  the sixties reaches across genre lines from Country, (Travis Tritt), and Rock, (Blood Sweat & Tears), to R&B, (Donny Hathaway).  This Vocal interpretation reflects the B S & T arrangement with a full compliment of Horns. Click to Listen
I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU’LL EVER KNOW (Backing Track) Rock/Pop This classic Blues from  the sixties reaches across genre lines from Country, (Travis Tritt), and Rock, (Blood Sweat & Tears), to R&B, (Donny Hathaway).  This Backing Track or Underscore reflects the B S & T arrangement with full compliment of Horns. Click to Listen
LAY DOWN SALLY (Backing Track w/BGVs) Rock/Pop Backing Track with Background Vocal parts, (by Gospel Quartet, Margie Cates & Her Boys), for Eric Clapton’s 70s hit re-arranged with a Southern swampy twist, organic and movin’, Dobro solo at 1:50, Mandolin at 2:10, everyone gets a shot  at the outro. Click to Listen
LAY DOWN SALLY (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore for Eric Clapton’s 70s Top 10 hit re-arranged with a Southern swampy twist, organic and movin’, Dobro solo at 1:50, Mandolin at 2:10, everyone gets a shot  at the outro. Click to Listen
LAY DOWN SALLY (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Clapton’s 70s Top 10 hit re-arranged for Bluegrass with a southern swampy twist,  features Grand Ol’ Opry regular, Tommy White on Dobro, Kentucky Thunder’s Mandolin man, Andy Leftwich and Gospel Quartet, Margie Cates & Her Boys adding Vocal bits. Click to Listen
LAY DOWN SALLY (Country) Rock/Pop Clapton’s 70s Top 10 hit re-arranged with a Southern swampy twist, featuring Perry Danos with Gospel Quartet, Margie Cates & Her Boys.  Organic and movin’, Dobro solo at 1:50, Mandolin at 2:10, everyone gets a shot  at the outro. Click to Listen
LAYLA (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) “Don’t let this good love go to waste”, seems to be the theme of this track, although, as a Bluegrass Instrumental, it could mean about anything. Click to Listen
LOSING HAND Blues From Ray Charles’ first album through Atlantic Records, this track is a classic metaphor of a Poker Card Game and a failed love affair.  Contemporary Blues featuring Tower of Power’s front man, Larry Braggs and an R&B Quartet, sleazy and slow. Click to Listen
LOSING HAND (Backing Track) Blues Backing Track or Underscore for the Ray Charles song off his first album through Atlantic Records.  Contemporary slow Blues featuring  an R&B Quartet, with plenty of Piano fills. Click to Listen
MARY ANN Urban/R&B Ray Charles’ first album for Atlantic produced some of his most memorable R&B tracks, including this one, re-arranged for Tower of Power’s lead vocalist, Larry Braggs.  Features full Horns, Piano and Congas. Click to Listen
MARY ANN (Backing Track) Blues Ray Charles’ first album for Atlantic Records, produced some of his most memorable R&B tracks, including this Backing Track or Underscore, arranged for  full Horns, Piano, Acoustic Bass and Congas. Click to Listen
MY FATHER’S EYES Rock/Pop Written and recorded by Eric Clapton, this story-telling song of generational love and understanding speaks to many people, inspired by the fact that Clapton never met his father.  Emotive performance by Perry Danos, with Jerry Cortez on Guitars. Click to Listen
MY FATHER’S EYES (Backing Track w/BGVs) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore with Background Vocal parts for the song written and recorded by Eric Clapton.  This story-telling song of generational love and understanding speaks to many people, inspired by the fact that Clapton never met his father. Click to Listen
MY FATHER’S EYES (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore for the song written and recorded by Eric Clapton.  This story-telling song of generational love and understanding speaks to many people, inspired by the fact that Clapton never met his father.  Features Jerry Cortez on Guitars Click to Listen
MY FATHER’S EYES (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Bluegrass re-arrange for the song written and recorded by Eric Clapton.  This story-telling song of generational love and understanding speaks to many people, inspired by the fact that Clapton never met his father.   Features Stephen Hill on Vocals. Click to Listen
MYSTERY TRAIN (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) The King of Rock and Roll returns to his cultural roots with the help of 6-piece acoustic ensemble, ‘the Grassmasters’, in this Bluegrass rendering from Sun Records’ sessions.  Traditional Blues meets Mountain Music. Click to Listen
NEEDS HIS WOMAN (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Beautiful Bluegrass re-arrangement for the Eric Clapton song of yearning.  Margie Cates and Her Boys featuring Stephen Hill deliver powerful Vocals supported by 5-piece acoustic ‘Grassmasters’. Click to Listen
NEEDS HIS WOMAN (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Contemporary Jazz instrumental of the late nineties Clapton hit.  ‘Live’ in the studio recording featuring Piano, Electric Guitar and Tenor Sax.  Beautiful treatment to an excellent composition. 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
SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME (Acappella) Urban/R&B Northwest Vocal Quartet, the Main Attraction, puts an Acappella spin on this #1 Drifters Hit from 1960.  In the song, the narrator tells his lover she is free to mingle and socialize but, at night’s end, to make sure and save him the last dance. Click to Listen
SHADOW KNOWS, THE Urban/R&B Songwriting and Producing team, Leiber & Stoller wrote a string of late 50’s hits for the Coasters, including this amusing reparte built on the popular 30s pulp dramas.   We tell the terrifiying tale of paranoia with 5-piece R&B group and the ‘Shadow’. Click to Listen
SHADOW KNOWS, THE (Backing Track w/BGVs and the ‘Shadow’) Urban/R&B Songwriting and Producing team, Leiber & Stoller wrote a string of late 50’s hits for the Coasters, including this amusing reparte built on the popular 30s pulp dramas.   This is the Backing Track or Underscore with a 5-piece R&B group and the ‘Shadow’. Click to Listen
SHADOW KNOWS, THE (Backing Track w/BGVs) Urban/R&B Songwriting and Producing team, Leiber & Stoller wrote a string of late 50’s hits for the Coasters, including this amusing reparte built on the popular 30s pulp dramas.  This is the Backing Track or Underscore with a 5-piece R&B group & Background Vocals. Click to Listen
SHADOW KNOWS, THE (Backing Track) Urban/R&B Songwriting and Producing team, Leiber & Stoller wrote a string of late 50’s hits for the Coasters, including this amusing reparte built on the popular 30s pulp dramas.  This is the Backing Track or Underscore with a 5-piece R&B group. Click to Listen
SINCE I MET YOU BABY Blues Raucous contemporary interpretation of the early Country Blues Atlantic Records hit by Ivory Joe Hunter.  7-Piece R&B band features Harmonica, Tenor Sax, Hammond B3 Organ and Pedal Steel.  Combining members of the Grand Ole Opry with Tower of Power.  ??? Click to Listen
SINCE I MET YOU BABY (Guitar – Backing Track) Blues Guitar based Backing Track or Underscore for the raucous contemporary interpretation of the early Country Blues hit by Ivory Joe Hunter.  7-Piece R&B band features Harmonica, Hammond B3 Organ and Pedal Steel.  Guitar solo at 1:30 Click to Listen
SINCE I MET YOU BABY (Sax – Backing Track) Blues Sax based Backing Track or Underscore for the raucous contemporary interpretation of the early Country Blues hit by Ivory Joe Hunter.  7-Piece R&B band features Harmonica, Tenor Sax, Hammond B3 Organ and Pedal Steel.  Tenor Sax solo at 1:30 Click to Listen
STRANGE BREW Rock/Pop A 1967 song from British supergroup Cream and the lead single from their 2nd album, ‘Disraeli Gears’.  Re-arranged here as if Steely Dan had covered the track, with Tower of Power’s Guitarist, Jerry Cortez, providing Vocals and Guitar work. Click to Listen
STRANGE BREW (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore to the 1967 song from British supergroup Cream, the lead single from their 2nd album, ‘Disraeli Gears’.  Re-arranged here as if Steely Dan had covered the track, featuring Tower of Power’s Guitarist, Jerry Cortez. Click to Listen
THAT’S ALL RIGHT (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) The King of Rock and Roll returns to his cultural roots with the help of 6-piece acoustic ensemble, ‘the Grassmasters’ in this Bluegrass rendering from the early Sun Records’ sessions.  Traditional Blues meets Mountain Music. Click to Listen
TOO MUCH HEAVEN Rock/Pop The Bee Gee’s contribution to the “Music for UNICEF” fund to celebrate the “International Year of the Child”, became a #1 Hit in 1978-9.  This Female Vocal Quartet arrangement features Kelsey Lockhart and the group, Be Scene. Click to Listen
TOO MUCH HEAVEN (Backing Track w/BGVs) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore with Background Female Vocal Group, Be Scene.  This Bee Gee’s contribution to the “Music for UNICEF” fund to celebrate the “International Year of the Child”, became a #1 Hit in 1978-9. Click to Listen
TOO MUCH HEAVEN (Backing Track) Rock/Pop Backing Track or Underscore for the Bee Gee’s contribution to the “Music for UNICEF” fund to celebrate the “International Year of the Child”, became a #1 Hit in 1978-9. Click to Listen
TOO MUCH HEAVEN (Instrumental) Rock/Pop The Bee Gee’s contribution to the “Music for UNICEF” fund to celebrate the “International Year of the Child”, became a #1 Hit in 1978-9.  This ‘elevated’ Instrumental arrangement predominantly features Tenor Sax and Electric Guitar with Flute lines. Click to Listen
WATCH OUT FOR LUCY (Instrumental) Rock/Pop From British Blues Rocker, Eric Clapton’s 1978 release, “Backless”.  This Instrumental rendition features Tenor Sax and Electric Guitar. Click to Listen
WHAT WOULD I DO WITHOUT YOU Blues Easily one of Ray Charles’ finest R&B recordings from his early years with Atlantic Records.  This new master carries its original churchy Gospel flavor and features Perry Danos, supported by Piano, Acoustic Bass and Horn Section.  Tenor Sax solo at 1:40. Click to Listen
WHAT WOULD I DO WITHOUT YOU (Backing Track) Blues Backing Track or Undeerscore for easily one of Ray Charles’ finest R&B recordings from his early years with Atlantic Records.  This new master carries its original churchy Gospel flavor with Piano, Acoustic Bass and Horn Section.  Tenor Sax solo at 1:40. Click to Listen
WHITE ROOM (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Wild Bluegrass interpretation of the sixties psyche classic from ‘Cream’.   This song covers a lot of ground lyrically, but since this is an Instrumental, one’s imagination can go anywhere.  Think coming ‘down from the mountain’ on LSD. Click to Listen
YOU DON’T KNOW ME Country A classic Country song written by Cindy Walker based on a title and storyline given to her by Eddy Arnold in 1955.  A theme of unrequited love whereby the beloved may not be aware of the admirer’s deep and strong romantic affections. Click to Listen
YOU DON’T KNOW ME (Backing Track) Country Backing Track or Underscore for the classic Country song written by Cindy Walker, based on a title given to her by Eddy Arnold in 1955.  A theme of unrequited love whereby the beloved may not be aware of the admirer’s deep and strong romantic affections. Click to Listen