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All Songs, Composed, Performed and Recorded by M.M.

Electric Babylon Records Michael McGuire, Nashville , United States

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    Where's the Revolution? at 1.20
    on May 22, 2013 22:03
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    Where's the Revolution? at 4.08
    on May 22, 2013 22:03
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    The Distance of Emily at 0.57
    on July 02, 2012 22:02

    I know I've said it before but I may never tire of saying how much I love this piece.

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    Consumer Pride at 0.54
    on May 22, 2012 21:43
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    Luscious Vampires at 1.15
    on May 02, 2012 20:28
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    Elite Forces at 3.16
    on April 24, 2012 19:14

    @MIKE SPRING: Thank you, that is so nice of you to say.

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    Political Puppets
    on April 19, 2012 21:13

    "erotically massaging your corporate friends" :) I also really love the satirical tone of your voice in this tune.

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    Ironic Blue
    on April 17, 2012 22:25

    Lee, that your a great bass player is just stating the obvious but I just love your piano playing, both compositionally and as a player. Too good, once again.

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    The New Math at 1.25
    on March 26, 2012 18:38

    @kaydespillane: Thank you.

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    Figured Basses
    on February 29, 2012 21:57

    @barrymusic: It seems I can only count to four. Other time signatures always feel alien to me.

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    Figured Basses
    on February 28, 2012 23:42

    This is reasonable complex musically and yet maintains such a face value groove at the same time. (where's the damn like button?) :)

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    Ode to Something
    on February 24, 2012 20:22

    @barrymusic: Thanks Lee. Actually I never thought to much of Poe, Eliot defiantly! The Four Quartets is some of the best writing ever done. My reading has been far and wide stand outs would be Whitman, Cummings, Euripides, Thomas Wolfe, Fitzgerald and way above anything else Shakespeare! I also really think highly of my poet philosophers Santayana, Bergson, Emerson, Schopenhauer. All these and more have helped me to learn my own voice. The music is easy I hear it in my head while writing the lyrics, but the lyric, that's the soul of the song, that's the part of the work I love.
    Songs of River and Rain is my favorite record.

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    The Distance of Emily at 4.20
    on February 06, 2012 21:12

    Beautiful just beautiful.

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