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This is the CD Baby Music player loaded with the Acoustic Alchemy playlist – a compilation from Geoffrey Code’s albums!

Have a listen to the music. Then go buy it!

Geoffrey Code’s new single Turnin’ Me is now available!

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Buy "Turnin' Me" on iTunes

Buy "Turnin' Me" on cdbaby

 “Turnin’ Me” Lyrics

Available August 11, 2014

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Buy "Turnin' Me" on iTunes

Buy "Turnin' Me" on cdbaby

 

Sweet E

There are times when you’re talking to me
And I should be listening
There are times when you’re talking to me
I don’t hear a thing

If you take a look at me
You will note the glassy look I have in my eye
I’m not looking through you
I’m lookin’ at you

And I wonder in amazement, thinking,
“My you’re pretty!”
And the words you say just slip right past me
Such a pity.

There are times when you’re walking with me,
Hand in hand along the street
In the midst of our reverie
I can’t help but note

Every guy that walks past us
Gives a sidelong glance surreptitiously.
You don’t seem to notice
And I just smile inside

And I wonder in amazement thinking,
“My you’re pretty”
And I feel like I’m the luckiest guy
In the city.

There are times when you’re talking to me
And I should be listening
There are times when you’re talking to me
I don’t hear a thing
I don’t hear a thing
I’m glad you wear my ring.

Snow Wonder

cdbaby | iTunes

geoffreycode_snowwonderDid you ever think the Christmas songs that start playing around the beginning of November are getting a little repetitive? Me too.

It’s amazing how many new Christmas albums are released each year, (check out CDBaby for new releases in December and see for yourself), yet it almost takes a Christmas miracle for one of the many great new Christmas songs to break through and be heard on the radio.

Despite the extraordinarily high odds, I decided to try. Snow Wonder is the result of that effort…

 Slideways

cdbaby | iTunes

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I had fooled around with recording some ideas before but never with the thought of a complete album in mind. When I started planning my first album, I had been playing guitar, piano, ukulele, harmonica and, yes, the kazoo, for over 30 years. Many musical ideas had passed through my fingers onto the various instruments over those years and I had a great wealth of material to choose from. And even then, I still wrote some new songs for the album.