Robert Barton - The Drinking Song download album
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A The Drinking Song 3:03. Licensed From – BDM Award Records. Producer – Robert Barton. Rights Society: Stemra.
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The Drinking Song By Rob Melso. And lets drink to a better tomorrow If you need a dollar I got one you can borrow Cause I know that you wanna get loose Everybody in the place do a shot of grey goose.
The album title is about moving forward, evolving and being pro active about making the changes that are needed to be successful in our own right as a band. Things are forever changing, quicker than ever in this day and age, our lives have changed, in many ways since being together in this band. On September 16th 2018 the band released their first single from the album Changes, the song Deep Down Inside dedicated to Dean’s father Alan Barton (who’s birthday it would have been on that date). Today there are only four ways to attract the attention of the audience: make them laugh, cry, dance or think. This song made many people cry - those whose memory is longer than a few hit-records, those whose hearts are capable of keeping love and warmth for more than a couple of decades, those whose ears have been waiting for real music for. too long.
For the uninitiated, Kearney Barton is a veteran recording engineer from the Pacific Northwest whose résumé runs the gamut from classical audiophile discs to classic over-the-top garage punk singles from the Sonics and the Wailers. Barton also recorded plenty of local funk and soul acts at his Seattle studio, Audio Recording, and a number of rare sides he cut later popped up on the 2004 compilation Wheedle's Groove: Seattle's Finest in Funk and Soul 1965-75
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- Licensed From – BDM Award Records
- Producer – Robert Barton
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- Rights Society: Stemra
|BDMA 21||Robert Barton||The Drinking Song (7", Sin)||The Award Label||BDMA 21||UK||1975|