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DTR Inc. CEO Jay Goldberg’s Music Article Published on Yahoo
The article is titled “A Baker’s Dozen of Songs from Bands/Artists You May Not Know, but Should Know.”
Before any new to him band or solo artist made the book, he listened to their music on YouTube. This article highlights one song from thirteen of these bands/artists. Some of these bands/artists may be known overseas; but most, if not all, are not well known in the United States.
The songs bands included in the article (with links to YouTube videos so readers can listen for themselves) are:
"I Live My Life" by Sea of Sin (from the album Urban Cowboy, 2000); Sea of Sin is on Rock Tree #3 in the book.
"Is It Like Today?" by Eliza Gilkyson (from the album Paradise Hotel, 2005); Eliza Gilkyson is on Rock Tree #7 in the book.
"Tricks of the Trade" by Mew (from the album No More Stories, 2009); Mew is on Rock Tree #14 in the book.
"Pay Your Dues" - Polaroid Kiss (from the EP Pay Your Dues; 2012); Polaroid Kiss is on Rock Tree #22 in the book.
"Cover of the Night" - Steve Reynolds (from the album The Carnival Papers, 2008); Steve Reynolds is on Rock Tree #34 in the book.
"Puppet"- The Dreaming (from the album The Dreaming: Puppet; 2011); The Dreaming is on Rock Tree #34 in the book.
"Nova Heart" - Spoons (from the album Arias & Symphonies, 1982); Spoons is on Rock Tree #35 in the book.
"The Last Human Gateway" - IQ (from the album Tales from the Lush Attic, 1983); IQ is on Rock Tree #40 in the book.
"The Shattered Room" - Arena (from the album Pepper's Ghost, 2005); Arena is on Rock Tree #41 in the book.
"The Wishing Tree" - Evergreen (from the 7" single Evergreen, 1994); Evergreen is on Rock Tree #41 in the book.
"Trains" - Porcupine Tree (from the album In Absentia; 2002); is on Rock Tree #48 in the book.
"Where Have You Been All My Life" - Fotomaker (from the album Fotomaker, 1978); is on Rock Tree #48 in the book.
"Here I Am" - Marion Raven (from the album Here I Am, 2005); is on Rock Tree #48 in the book.
The article can be found at http://voices.yahoo.com/
If you are interested in finding out more about the book Rock Trees: The Beatles; go to its Amazon web page where the look inside feature is available. In addition to the “rock trees” the book has over 600 song recommendations from the 1,550 bands/artists contained in the book. Here is the book’s Amazon web page: http://www.amazon.com/