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"The Girl In The Window" by Billie Davies

From the album

On Hollywood Boulevard
Record Label: Self Produced
By Billie Davies
Released: 2016

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Fiona's Comments

Here's a tune Madonna might sing in the shower. Thesp it out.

About the Album

Whether you call it prostitution or the seduction (touch me, squeeze me, love me) of millions of people every year into the fantasies that are responsible for maintaining one of the biggest brainwash schemes that are basically controlled by Wall Street and Industry & Enterprise, it all lives on Hollywood Boulevard, in Hollywood. “On Hollywood Boulevard” came about while Billie Davies lived at 6533 Hollywood Blvd. at The Historic Hillview Hollywood in Hollywood, Los Angeles. She lived there for several years and her many experiences in and impressions of Hollywood Boulevard needed recording. It took from 2012 in Hollywood, the initial conception, to September of 2016 in New Orleans to result in a recorded album of 5 songs that Billie Davies wrote melodies and lyrics for, 1 instrumental improvisation and 1 improvisation with improvised lyrics by IRIS P.

Track Listing

On Hollywood Boulevard 1; The Girl In The Window; Jacaranda; Yellow Sunshine; Palm Trees; Hollywood Boulevard; On Hollywood Boulevard

Personnel

Billie Davies: Electric Drums; IRIS P: Vocals; Evan Oberla: Electric Piano, Synth, Trombone; Oliver Watkinson: Electric Bass

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Date featured

January 14, 2017

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