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Beth Sorrentino – I’m Not Living Here

Listen! a new preview track for the forthcoming Beth Sorrentino‘s “would you like to go – a Curt Boettcher Songbook,” a collection of songs associated with the king of “Sunshine Pop” Curt Boettcher (1944-1987), along with another track ‘I’m Not Living Here’ from the album.
Further information, HERE.

Album Sequence:
01 Would You Like To Go (Boettcher/Alexander)
02 I Just Want To Be Your Friend (Boettcher)
03 The Island (Boettcher)
04 I’m Not Living Here (Boettcher)
05 You Know I’ve Found A Way (Boettcher/Mallory)
06 Baby, Please Don’t Go (trad. arr. Boettcher)
07 Another Time (Boettcher)
08 Along Comes Mary (Almer; Boettcher co-writer credit disputed)
09 Prelude (Rhodes/Edgar)
10 The Know-It-All (Boettcher)
11 There Is Nothing More To Say (Boettcher/Fennelly/Mallory)
12 Wearing Levis (bonus track) (Boettcher)

All songs originally recorded by The Millennium, The Ballroom, Sagittarius and/or Curt Boettcher (demos), 1966-1969.
Producer: Sean Slade / Executive Producer: Irwin Chusid / Recorded with Jeremy Moses Curtis, Benny Grotto, Irwin Chusid.

LISTEN :: “Curt Boettcher – The King of Sunshine Pop” on Trilogy Rock Radio

Illustration by Ginnie Hofmann, Mademoiselle, July 1955



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Suddenly, Tammy! – Lamp
a song from their self-titled full-length debut (spinART/1993)
In the early 1990s, Beth Sorrentino formed the music trio, Suddenly, Tammy! with her brother Jay (drums), and high school friend Ken Heitmueller (bass).

“Starla” Teaser Trailer
featuring music, ‘You Know I’ve Found a Way’ by Beth Sorrentino
Starla” is the latest feature film of Rik Cordero (music video, commercial and film director from New York City)

Beth Sorrentino – I’m Not Living Here (Curt Boettcher cover)

The both tracks are taken from Beth Sorrentino‘s forthcoming Curt Boettcher tribute album, produced by Sean Slade who has produced the debut EP (from SpinART) of her former band, Suddenly, Tammy! in the early 1990s, with Irwin Chusid slated to co-produce. The both songs were originally released on the Sagittarius’ 1968 album “Present Tense”.