Hot Music Live Presents Volume 6

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Hot Music Live Presents Volume 6


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


Released Jun 02, 2021

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.

Hot Music Live Presents Volume Six

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1.YNES& — #x22;All I Do (Dream of You)"03:06 2.Dean MacDonald — "Inflamed"03:51 3.Electrik Custard featuring Mina Minné — "Loud"03:18 4.Nicky Ager — "Amy, You Wasted That Spark"03:45 5.Gemma Leahy — "Christmas in July"03:52 6.The Boy Who Invented Everything — "Angel of Anarchy"03:53 7.The Sunbathers — "Freiston Shore"02:51 8.Holly and the Hounds — "Room For One More"03:20 9.Ivy Ash — "Oops" (Acoustic)03:09 10.Brudez — "Cold Strange World"02:57 11.Tile Hill Billy — "Blackberry Blossom"03:04 12.Firedaze — "Drunken Sailor"04:51 13.Electric Blue — "I Don't Wanna"05:00 14.Jackie James — "Magic"03:41 15.Dave Pepper — "All I Wanna Do"03:50 16.MINTAKAA — "Auriga"04:51 17.Clarkwell Rivers — "Bad Faith"03:50 18.Aaron Woodhouse — "Addiction"03:41


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