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Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying

“Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying” is a great tune. My instrumental arrangement plays it pretty straight.

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Ferry Cross the Mersey

“Ferry Cross the Mersey” is a song I’ve done multiple times before; I guess I keep thinking I should do better for such a great tune.

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Shadow State

“Shadow State” is another original composition intended to combine the feel and ambience of a sixties guitar instrumental with slightly more complex harmonies than were typical at that time.

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Shadows of a Doubt

“Shadows of a Doubt” is an original composition intended to combine the feel and ambience of a sixties guitar instrumental with slightly more complex harmonies than were typical at that time.

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Thank You Girl

“Thank You Girl” was released as the “B” side of “From Me to You” in England and the “B” side to “Do You Want to Know a Secret” in the USA. 45 more words

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Mustang

“Mustang” was first released on a 4- song EP (Extended Play) record by the Shadows in 1961 that also included the “Theme From Shane”, the “Theme From Giant”. 93 more words

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Galveston

“Galveston” was released in 1969 by Glen Campbell. Written by Jimmy Webb, it was the follow-up to “Wichita Lineman” (also a Webb song). It peaked at #4 in March of 1969.

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