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For those of you that are new to this blog, we are a husband and wife team that make music together. We are the songwriters, arrangers, and producers behind the music we make and our website, The Turn Over.

The Turn Over is a website that hosts our entire catalog of music. In this blog we’ll be playing a range of music and other things that we wrote over the last couple of years. We will also be talking about what’s next for us in the music world. We are looking forward to working with you and having a great time.

That would be good news if we meant that we were looking forward to doing things, but that seems a bit over-exaggerated. We’ll be talking about something else, but we’ll be talking about it.

Well, if we mean we are looking forward to doing something then we are going to be talking about something else. But that still seems to be stretching it.

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Oh, come on. All right, I’ll bite. We are talking about something else.

The song is a remake of a classic, but with a twist that will either make you or break you. The song is titled “Bachman-Turner Overdrive” because in the original, the musician was playing the piano and the band was playing the drums. The song, however, uses the two instruments in a completely different way. The band uses the piano to create a fast, intense, repetitive pattern that creates a very “Bachmanian” sound.

There is a difference between the original and this version. The original uses only the piano and the drums to create a fast, intense, repetitive pattern. This version uses both instruments to create a very Bachmanian sound. It is a totally different style altogether.

I’ve been to a lot of concerts and it seems like not a lot of musicians like the way the band played the piano. I’m not saying it was bad, though. It just seems to sound more Bachmanian-like. If you love music and you like the band, you should check out Bachman Overdrive’s new album. It’s available here for $10 on iTunes.

Bachman Overdrives is the next step in the evolution of the piano and is the next band on the block to really push the piano to its limits. There are many piano players who have been able to make it work with just piano and keyboard, but the Overdrives have been able to push the piano to its limit. The band is still working on the vocals though, so it may not sound as great as it sounds on the piano.

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