1. Constant


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    Artist/ Band: Miranda Di Perno Director: Vega, Hil Producer: Mikaela Gauer Makeup & Styling: Bailee Wolfson Release Date: March 1 2015 Countries: United States Copyright: (C) 2015 Miranda Di Perno www.mirandadiperno.com

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    • Larry Santos - Don't Let The Music Stop - 1977 pop music video with pretty girls dancing


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      "Don't Let The Music Stop" is the first single, written and performed by soft-voiced pop singer Larry Santos that was missing out the on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music charts years ago since the mid-1970s. It features female backup vocals by Brandye with group members, Donna Davis, Cynthia Douglas and Joyce Vincent-Wilson's sister, Pamela Vincent. This version is a little half-step sped-up than the original version.

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      • "Cat Under the Rain" by David Carretero


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        Music and Lyrics by David Carretero Performed by David Carretero Produced by Edu Pérez Ruiz

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        • "Ni una Huella" by David Carretero


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          Letra y Música de David Carretero Interpretada por David Carretero Realización: Edu Pérez Ruiz

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          • "Aunque tú no lo Sepas" (Cover)


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            Letra y Música de Quique González Interpretada por David Carretero Realización: Edu Pérez Ruiz

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            • "Voy a por Hielo" by David Carretero


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              Letra de Enrique Olivas Méndez Música de David Carretero Interpretada por David Carretero Realización: Edu Pérez Ruiz

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              • Craving Your Appearance


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                "And I'll be waiting at the station. The exact same place we met." - Alissa van Arkel

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                • "The Sphinx" - Promis & Matthews


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                  "The Sphinx" by Promis & Matthews, is a cover of the Amanda Lear disco classic from 1978, written by Anton Monn and Amanda Lear, Published by Arabella Musikverlag. "The Sphinx" is from the Promis & Matthews album "Sunset Blvd". Pre-order the album from iTunes and get "The Sphinx" immediately: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/sunset-blvd/id965433192 The video was filmed in Petra, Jordan and Nemrut Dağı, Turkey with additional footage and post production in Los Angeles by Ian Matthews. Additional filming in Turkey by Charles Sabatos. Nemrut Dağı (or Mount Nemrud) was once a part of the kingdom of Commagene, a buffer state between pre-imperial Rome to the west and Persia to the east. Petra, in Jordan, was once the capital of the legendary biblical Nabateans. The Sphinx I wish I could be like the king who said to his people: my friends this is now the end if we lose the battle we shall live forever. The people of the sun will remember this day and give us immortality long after I've gone Long after the sun. I want to be like this king but I can't stand the pain my friends and I keep looking for all the faces I had before the world began. I've only know desire and my poor soul will burn into eternal fire and I can't even cry - a sphinx can never cry. I am standing in the sun I wish that I could be a silent sphinx eternally. I don't want any past only want things which cannot last and I can't even cry through God knows how I try - a sphinx can never cry and sphinxes never die. I'm famous or am I infamous ? It doesen't matter much any more phony words of love or painfully truth I've heard it all before appraisal or critics and even politics a conversation piece a woman or a priest it's all a point of view. I am standing in the sun...

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                  • Robyn Hitchcock, Emma Swift in cameo @Evanston, Illinois' S.P.A.C.E. 2015-02-22 20.25.52


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                    Robyn Hitchcock gave the usual mirth-evoking, narratively ad-libbed musical performance of impeccable quality (tonight's foil was the American Revolutionary War hero Casimir Pulaski, I suspect engendered by an Interstate 65 memorial highway sign in Northwest Indiana on the way to Chicago from points south) with guest Emma Swift, a velvet-voiced Ozzie, with whom he has been smitten^H^H^H duetting on- and off-record for over a year now. My film record of this runs a bit over an hour, my no means capturing all of it. Emma makes her guest appearance in the 52nd minute. After the ceremonial encore of Lou Reed's "Pale Blue Eyes" by the three of them (Yvette the Beret Wearer, merch manager, lent it a credible alto), Robyn was signing things (as opposed to singing things!) and being generally approachable, unlike at his early winter visit to Chicago's Old Town School of Music, where ushers by the way are Alice-in-Wonderland-grade suppressive about taking pix, recording voice, etcetera (not so at the laissez-faire S.P.A.C.E.). When it was my turn, I said to him, "Mr. Hitchcock, I was too stupid to bring my copy of your [old guitar-song masterpiece] _I Often Dream of Trains_ to sign, a copy that I had since college," and he took the time to look at me really hard. For what it's worth.

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                    • Larry Santos - Early In The Morning (1st version)


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                      “Early In The Morning” is Larry Santos’ lost, obscure second single, taken from both his 1975 self-titled album and his 1976 follow-up, “You Are Everything I Need”. It is both the first track on side 1 from his 1975 self-titled album and and the seventh track on side 2 from his 1976 follow-up, “You Are Everything I Need”, both produced by the late Detroit soul producer, Don Davis. This Christian-flavored acoustic soft pop ballad, “Early In The Morning” was missed out on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music charts, easy listening music charts and adult contemporary music charts, plus it was never played on an oldies radio station, called WCBS-FM nor played on an easy listening radio station, called WLTW Lite FM other pop radio stations. Also, the early morning music video as the first one of the same song and the female dancers dancing gracefully into daylight music video as the second one of the same song were never played on MTV Music Television or VH-1 Video Hits One.

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