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The New York-based artist’s debut album is filled with straightforward indie pop songs. Bandcamp Album of the Day May 29, 2019. Dead Calm by The boys with the perpetual nervousness. Slot the jangly debut from this Scottish-Spanish combo between Teenage Fanclub and Talulah Gosh. Bandcamp New & Notable Feb 15, 2019. Tell No One by BAD MOVES.
Remember to Forget: Best 2 songs. Kevin Reeves - If It's Real 04:56. Kevin Reeves - Awake and Alive 03:30. Album: Remember to Forget. Kevin Reeves: best 2 tracks. Kevin Reeves - Throw Me a Line It's About Time, 2006 04:26. Artist: Kevin Reeves.
Kevin Reeves’s musical journey has been an amalgamation of many styles, each day bringing new forms of artistic expression. As the son of a young member of the . Coast Guard, his family moved numerous times allowing Kevin to experience different cultural communities. From the down-home country music of Alabama, to the many forms of Hip hop originating in California, Kevin assimilated these musical styles and incorporated them into his arsenal of musical ideas.
Remember the Leftovers.
I Forgot to Remember to Forget" is a 1955 country song first recorded by Elvis Presley written by Stan Kesler and Charlie Feathers. It was recorded at Sun Studio on July 11, 1955, by Elvis Presley, Scotty Moore, Bill Black, and Johnny Bernero on drums, and released on August 20, 1955, along with "Mystery Train" (Sun 223). It was first rereleased along with Mystery Train by HMV in New Zealand in November 1955, the first appearance of Presley on 12 vinyl internationally (MCLP 6001).
From my latest album "Remember to Forget. Song Length 3:29 Genres Rock - Classic, Rock - Progressive Rock Tempo, Feel Medium (111 - 130) Lead Vocal Male Vocal Moods Restless, Disconcerted. Subject Matter Frustration, General. Ian Baird: Drums, Bass, Guitars, Tracking, Mixing, Chris Sterr: Guitars, Kevin Reeves: Vocals, Keys, Brian Ratkliffe: Tracking Engineer, Jacob Detering: mastering