SWANZEY, NH – August 3 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — 95North Recording Corporation tears up a new road in music history. Their latest CD, “Fins, Chrome, and the Open Road – A Tribute to the Cadillac” races into history with a unique license. For the first time in the automobile giant’s 100+ years, General Motors Corporation has endorsed a music project in tribute to their famous Cadillac. Their decision to embrace this project was based on the incredible pool of talent, as well as the high standards of music production held at 95North Records.
Photo Caption: CD cover of Fins, Chrome, and the Open Road – A Tribute to the Cadillac.
Perhaps no other icon in American Pop Culture has been more glorified in song than the Cadillac. The 21 songs on the CD were recorded specifically for this project, and remind us of the glory years – the great American “Dream Machines,” that represent a more innocent time in our history – and will drive the listener to a fun and lighthearted place. For over a century, the Cadillac image has defined what is hip and cool, and this is also where the project meets that image. Original tunes along with new versions of popular hits, performed by indie artists as well as by Blues and Roots Country legends, capture that timelessly cool image from start to finish.
“Fins, Chrome, and the Open Road – A Tribute to the Cadillac” includes 21 tunes from these incredible and legendary acts:
“Look At That Cadillac” – Mr. Nick’s Blues Mafia
“Cadillac Mama” – David Maxwell
“Solid Gold Cadillac” – Maria Muldaur
“You’re My Cadillac” – Nanette Workman
“Ride” – Tom Gillam
“Slick Black Cadillac Daddy” – The Sidewinders
“Brand New Cadillac” – Bob Walsh
“Mighty Fine Cruisin” – Charlie Musselwhite
“Caddy Daddy” – Robin Rogers
“Cadillac Tracks” – Jimmy Hall
“Don’t Touch My Caddy” – Rory Block
“Bring Back That Cadillac” – The Melroys
“I Should Be Driving A Cadillac” – Bob Halperin
“Cadillac Ranch” – Rosie Flores
“One Piece At A Time” – Jim Lauderdale
“Cadillac Baby” – Chaz DePaolo featuring The Groundhogs
“Cadillac Forever” – Ottomatic Slim
“Cadillac Assembly Line” – George Kelly
“Cadillac Blues” – Monster Mike Welch
“I Ain’t Got You” – Little Milton
“My Daddy’s Cadillac” – Todd Thibaud
To hear clips of the songs, and for full bios of the artists, please log onto the official website Tribute to the Caddy, at www.TributeToTheCaddy.com
The CD’s Radio Add Date is June 13th, and the Retail Street Date is July 12. “Fins, Chrome and the Open Road – A Tribute to the Cadillac” will be available in retail stores nationwide, as well as online at CD Baby, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Borders, 95North Records website (www.95NorthRecords.com) and at the CD’s official website (www.TributeToTheCaddy.com).
95North Recording Corporation President, Bill Hurley, stated, “It’s not just about Cadillac owners or enthusiasts, although there are literally millions of them . . . it’s about music fans laughing, and reminiscing about their own childhood memories. This music could make a bronze statue tap its feet. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed putting it together.”
Check out this piece of music history, and you’ll see why it’s the only one to be endorsed by the automobile manufacturing legend, General Motors!
Label Contact Info:
Bill Hurley, President
95North Recording Corporation
217 Old Homestead Hwy. Ste. F, Swanzey, NH 03446
+1-866-357-3666 or +1-603-357-3666
News issued by: 95North Recording Corporation
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