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A Voice To Sing (Instrumental)

Patrick Conway

"A Voice To Sing" is a brand new song that is still in the works. This recording features fantastic drumming from Nashville session drummer Nate Barnes (a new collaborator found on SoundBetter.com). All of the music is recorded, with the exception of a few potential experiments with a horn part. Lyrics are also written, but not yet recorded. I decided to release what I have so far to let the song exist out in the world and evolve. Letting potential listeners hear the progress.

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Little's First Year

Patrick Conway

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This song was written as a lullaby and the soundtrack to my daughter's first year. We call her "Little" and she sings beautifully in the break. The music was heavily inspired by Jon Hopkins and The Album Leaf.

All donations from the download of this track will be sent to the Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley to assist in helping children and their families at the border. Thank you for buying music!

More information about Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley: https://bit.ly/2GmHxt1

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Perfect Under Blue - 1977

Patrick Conway

This song was written with summer in mind as a kid. Riding bikes and being away from home all day long.

Instrumental soundtrack music for film and video use. Available for licensing.

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Waking Up Slow

Patrick Conway

In another life, I will be as cool as Brian Eno. Finger's crossed. :-) This is Ambient soundtrack music produced for film and video use. Available for licensing.

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Pod

Patrick Conway

This song was written after listening to "Nightmares On Wax" and "Catching Flies" for an entire summer. Driving music.

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Conway Sings Nilsson

Patrick Conway

Nilsson has been my favorite band for about 44 years. Singing Harry's songs feeds my soul... so as I record them... I'm gonna post them. "1941" is one of the earliest songs I learned to play as a kid. This was recorded on a ZOOM H6 with a nylon string guitar in the vocal booth at Blue Rock Studio. More to come SOON!

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The Rocking Stone

Patrick Conway

This record was made in San Francisco at Hyde Street Studios. It was produced by David Reidy for the Ethic Recordings label. The last track on the record "Brave Goodbye" was used in the TV series "Roswell" and features some fantastic fiddling from Dwight Yokum's early fiddler Brantley Kearns. "The Rocking Stone" also features a Waterboys cover called "How Long Will I Love You?". I shared this version with Waterboy's fiddler Steve Wickham and received a really nice note from Mike Scott praising my take on his song. This was a wonderful moment for me. :-)

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Everywhere & Nowhere

Patrick Conway

"Everywhere & Nowhere" is my first solo record. I self-produced this at Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco and at the Record Plant in Sausalito, California. It features an orchestra of amazing bay area musicians, highlighted by the drumming work of my good friend Michael Israel and my best friend at the time Dave Danvers. I love every song on this record and all of the people who helped me make it.

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