Living Again, by 13th & East
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13th & East, official video of Living Again

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Crazy in Lust by Barrel Dawg

Crazy in Lust by Barrel Dawg A Barrel Dawg original song about falling in lust! It has a bit of country with a touch of blues. Recorded at ShoeHorse Studios Beechwood.

khalsa - king idr feat rap badshah royal jatt
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khalsa - king idr feat rap badshah royal jatt

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Scene 3 Clean the Sidewalk
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Scene 3 Clean the Sidewalk

[ditty_news_ticker id="21103"] [ditty_news_ticker id="20176"] Inspired by life on Spring Street, Manhattan - setting the poetry of Steve Dalachinsky and Yuko Otomo to music by Pete Wyer. Exclusive world premier, full performance here Saturday 24th July 2021.   HEDAY INOUE is The Caretaker - enjoy his Jeeni Showcase HERE JOY TAMAYO is The Optimist - enjoy her Jeeni Showcase HERE MAREN MONTALBANO is The Watcher - enjoy her Jeeni Showcase HERE PETE WYER is The Composer - enjoy his Jeeni Showcase HERE MATT GRAY is The Film Director - enjoy his Jeeni Showcase HERE STEVE DALACHINSKY is The Poet - enjoy his Jeeni Showcase HERE YUKO OTOMO is The Poet - enjoy her Jeeni Showcase HERE Joy Tamayo, soprano Maren Montalbano, mezzo soprano Heday Inoue, bass baritone Maria Grigoryeva, violins Vladimir Stoletov, viola Lyudmila Kadyrbaeva, cello Pete M Wyer guitar, bass, keyboard Josh Plotner, saxes Bobby Previte, drums Spring Street film (2021), Matt Gray Original film (1996), Norbert Nowotsch Film edit, Pete M. Wyer Music Direction, Mila Henry Studio Music Supervision, Daniel Lazour Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York, Three Horses Studio, New York Mixed at Press Play, London Libretto Poems, Steve Dalachinsky and Yuko Otomo Spring Street Opera by Pete Wyer

Original Short Story: Sarah
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Original Short Story: Sarah

I don’t really remember what his reaction was, but he’s always been really impressed with my work so I know he enjoyed it either way.

Crazy in Lust by Barrel Dawg
03:16
Crazy in Lust by Barrel Dawg

Crazy in Lust by Barrel Dawg A Barrel Dawg original song about falling in lust! It has a bit of country with a touch of blues. Recorded at ShoeHorse Studios Beechwood.


khalsa - king idr feat rap badshah royal jatt
03:20
khalsa - king idr feat rap badshah royal jatt

These key words help fans find my video using the smart search. I should include things like the track title, artist name, background, location, music styles, influences, and production credits.


Scene 3 Clean the Sidewalk
02:13
Scene 3 Clean the Sidewalk

[ditty_news_ticker id="21103"] [ditty_news_ticker id="20176"] Inspired by life on Spring Street, Manhattan - setting the poetry of Steve Dalachinsky and Yuko Otomo to music by Pete Wyer. Exclusive world premier, full performance here Saturday 24th July 2021.   HEDAY INOUE is The Caretaker - enjoy his Jeeni Showcase HERE JOY TAMAYO is The Optimist - enjoy her Jeeni Showcase HERE MAREN MONTALBANO is The Watcher - enjoy her Jeeni Showcase HERE PETE WYER is The Composer - enjoy his Jeeni Showcase HERE MATT GRAY is The Film Director - enjoy his Jeeni Showcase HERE STEVE DALACHINSKY is The Poet - enjoy his Jeeni Showcase HERE YUKO OTOMO is The Poet - enjoy her Jeeni Showcase HERE Joy Tamayo, soprano Maren Montalbano, mezzo soprano Heday Inoue, bass baritone Maria Grigoryeva, violins Vladimir Stoletov, viola Lyudmila Kadyrbaeva, cello Pete M Wyer guitar, bass, keyboard Josh Plotner, saxes Bobby Previte, drums Spring Street film (2021), Matt Gray Original film (1996), Norbert Nowotsch Film edit, Pete M. Wyer Music Direction, Mila Henry Studio Music Supervision, Daniel Lazour Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York, Three Horses Studio, New York Mixed at Press Play, London Libretto Poems, Steve Dalachinsky and Yuko Otomo Spring Street Opera by Pete Wyer


Original Short Story: Sarah
07:08
Original Short Story: Sarah

I don’t really remember what his reaction was, but he’s always been really impressed with my work so I know he enjoyed it either way.