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  • Mike Pratt - By My Side

    Mike Pratt - By My Side

    By My Side - Mike Pratt This is a real "feel good" track. Producer Phil gave it the feel of a bar room band with Jane on the honky-tonk piano. Just for fun. Click here for sample See other tracks by Mike Pratt  © "By My Side" was written by Mike Pratt in 2011 Sung by Mike Pratt Produced by Lane and Lane Recorded at the Beehouse Recording Studios

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  • Mike Pratt - Don't Go Down to Jackson

    Mike Pratt - Don't Go Down to Jackson

    (Don't Go Down to) Jackson - Mike Pratt (Don't Go Down To) Jackson - nothing to do with the Johnny Cash Song. I was travelling with my brother over-seas on a road trip. There was a small turning off the road to "Jackson - 70 km". My brother commented as we passed that it was best not to go down there, given that it was a long way along a single track road, or something to that effect. Anyway, that was the germ for this Wilburys-flavoured song. Click here for sample See other tracks by Mike Pratt  © "Don't Go Down to Jackson" was written by Mike Pratt in 2011 Sung by Mike Pratt Produced by Lane and Lane Recorded at the Beehouse Recording Studios

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  • Mike Pratt - Not This Time

    Mike Pratt - Not This Time

      Not This Time - Mike Pratt This opening track of the album has a latino feel, which originated from the fast rhythm guitar part that I played on it. Jane Lane added an excellent Cuban piano at the start and Julian Jackson, the violin wunderkind, played the solo in the middle. Needless to say, it was one of the trickiest tracks to record. Click here for sample See other tracks by Mike Pratt  © "Not This Time" was written by Mike Pratt in 2011 Sung by Mike Pratt Produced by Lane and Lane Recorded at the Beehouse Recording Studios  

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  • Mike Pratt - San Pedro

    Mike Pratt - San Pedro

    San Pedro - Mike Pratt San Pedro - is where this album's journey started. It was the first track we recorded because I really wanted to hear how a proper studio (non-demo) version would sound. Following a family birthday party where I played/sang other people's summer records, I decided to write a "summery" holiday song of my own, and this was the result. It's actually about two different places. Click here for sample See other tracks by Mike Pratt  © "San Pedro" was written by Mike Pratt in 2011 Sung by Mike Pratt Produced by Lane and Lane Recorded at the Beehouse Recording Studios   

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  • Mike Pratt - Where Are You Now?

    Mike Pratt - Where Are You Now?

    Where Are You Now? - Mike Pratt Where Are You Now? - I wrote this on a one week beach holiday. I had my travel guitar with me. Everytime I went back to the room, I came up with a bit more. I returned from the holiday with a sun tan and a completed song. I'm amazed I had the motivation to do anything. Tony Skeggs plays the nice jazzy solo on this track. Click here for sample See other tracks by Mike Pratt  © "Where Are You Now?" was written by Mike Pratt in 2011 Sung by Mike Pratt Produced by Lane and Lane Recorded at the Beehouse Recording Studios  

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  • Mike Pratt - Where I Stand

    Mike Pratt - Where I Stand

    Where I Stand - Mike Pratt   The album's title track. I wanted to include a couple of rockier tracks on the album and this is one of them. Mark Warden contributes the "Rock God" guitar solo-ing towards the end.   Click here for sample See other tracks by Mike Pratt  © "Where I Stand" was written by Mike Pratt in 2011 Sung by Mike Pratt Produced by Lane and Lane Recorded at the Beehouse Recording Studios   

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