Wednesday, November 10, 2010

MarilynMusic Welcomes Fans To Their "House Of Love" Available On ITunes

MarilynMusic announced the release of their new R&B single "House Of Love" which is now available for purchase on iTunes. The track shows the continuing diversity of MarilynMusic's compositions, cut from the cloth of classic R&B.

"House of Love" can be purchased on iTunes at:

Commenting on the new release, Michael Gaines of MarilynMusic said, "House of Love" is a song that we're very proud of because of its positive message along with the pop infused soulful vibe of the track. We're also thrilled to have worked with such a good singer as Jimmy Ramsay. He brought so much to the session in the way of vocal arranging ideas that the tune got even better. That's really a fun part of this process."

The verse to "House of Love" fondly brings to mind boy bands though the chorus quickly develops into a "Stevie" like R&B song. The guitar solo fills in with melodious runs of its own, while the rhythm guitar maintains a simple constant strum keeping the groove with the vocalist.

MarilynMusic is the partnership of musicians/composers Michael Gaines and Casey Conrad. Gaines and Conrad created MarilynMusic to combine their love and knowledge of a broad range of musical genres with the tastes of today's pop audience. The prolific duo has numerous tracks recorded and produced, with new material constantly coming down the pipeline. Gaines and Conrad collaborate on every aspect of the music from the writing to the finished product.

MarilynMusic released their debut EP Pure Rock in May 2010 - a whirlwind tour through rock and roll history. Each song offers a different timbre and seems to draw influence from a different place. In September 2010, they also released the track "Black Wave Coming," a heartfelt testament to the tragic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. With sounds ranging from the Beatles to Coldplay, all of these tracks are unique and definitely pure rock.

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Eric de Fontenay

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