Hot Music Live Presents Volume 9

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Hot Music Live Presents Volume 9

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Volume 9 (opens in BandCamp)

This collection is the ninth in a series of collections celebrating the inspiring & diverse talent of Coventry & Warwickshire musicians of yesterday, today & tomorrow.

When you have enjoyed the music yourself, please do share the album with others to help promote & support the creativity of these innovative, dedicated & skilled musicians.

The previous eight volumes can all still be downloaded for free from: hotmusiclivepresents.bandcamp.com

You can find out what each artist is up to on their individual websites or by following "Hot Music Live Presents" & “Hot Music Live” magazine on social media:

Credits:

Released November 25, 2022

Album compiled by Andy Holdcroft

Executive Producers Paul Englefield & Alan Moores of "Hot Music Live" magazine

Hot Music Live logo designed by Mel Skellon.

Many thanks to every single one of the generous & supportive musicians who have contributed their considerable talent to this project & particularly to Michelle Sciarrotta & Sam McNulty for their key advice & wisdom without which this project would never have taken shape in the first place.

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1.Bar Pandora — "Two Colours"03:59 2.John Shipley and Electrik Custard — "Where's John Barry?"03:00 3.Emma McGann — "Love You To Death"03:08 4.Green Hands with Kate Stapley — "Middle of Nowhere"03:30 5.Noah Seleno — "Lips"02:48 6.Katherine Abbott — "Lullaby For Lucas"04:13 7.Orange River Remedy — "Rollin' On"04:03 8.Greg Brice — "Together But Long Distance"03:32 9.Anthony Gliddon — "No Place That I'd Rather Be"03:17 10.T8PES featuring Luke Truth — "You Showed Me"03:41 11.Croissant — "Winter Days (Christmas Song)"03:33 12.Riizbo — "Do The Work"03:23

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