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From the Album "Supermihl & Superfriends Vol. 2"
From the Album "Supermihl & Superfriends Vol. 2"
From the Album "Supermihl & Superfriends Vol. 2"
From the Album "Supermihl & Superfriends"
From the Album "King & the Giant"
From the Album "Supermihl & Superfriends"
From the Album "King & the Giant"
From the Album "Supermihl & Superfriends"
Sngle Edit Demo
From the Album "King & the Giant"
From the Album "Supermihl & Superfriends"
Zimmer/Badelt/Zanelli
From the Album "Bangalore Choir - Cadence"
Susemihl/Reece
From the Album "Reece - Universal Language"
David Reece/Andy Susemihl
From the Album "797"
Andy Susemihl/Chris Sainz
From the Album "797"
From the Album "797"
From the Album "The Unterschicht - Millionaire"

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No need to tell you about this Song - made famous by the incredible U2...cool version though I believe...

Andy Susemihl

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Something I wrote in Los Angles about to leave for Europe. It had to be a blues, because leaving the City of Angels was rather hard after making myself at home...

Soul

05:02
From the Album "The Unterschicht - Millionaire"
Susemihl/Marr
Andy Susemihl
Nick Kershaw

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One of the best songs in pop music history I believe...there are probably a million cover versions out there...nevertheless I though it would be cool to do an acoustic Version of it...

7-9-7
Susemihl/Swanson

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One of the very first 7-9-7 Songs co-written by my Buddy and long Time Bass Player Michael Swanson.

The Burbanks
Walt Aldridge

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One of the Songs we've recorded for a country project in 2001.

The Cracks appear
Andy Susemihl/Mike Swanson

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The Cracks appear was the band that later turned into 7-9-7 and we already played some of the songs we still play today. Friend of mine was recorded at the Music Grinder, Hollywood, CA. Mike Swanson on bass (also the first 7-9-7 bass player) and Andre Labelle on drums (Vinnie Vincent, Kiss)...produced and recorded by Rudy Haeusermann.

Andy Susemihl feat. Bob Lazo
Andy Susemihl/Bob Lazo

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Some of the Stuff I did with Bob Lazo during my 8 year stay in Los Angeles... I was playing with Bob in a Band called "Every Man Jack" and we became friends over the years...a great Singer/Songwriter I think. I don't even know when we did this...could have been sometimes in 1996-1997. Bob Lazo: Vocals & Acoustic Guitars Andy: Guitars, Bass & Programming

Trip

04:54
Miracle Mile
Miracle Mile

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A piece from the 2nd Miracle Mile release "Journal of Mr. Black" Again production by Johnny Indovina - recorded at 4th Street recording, Santa Monica, CA

Cry

04:04
Miracle Mile
Miracle Mile

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I did 2 albums with this Malibu based Prog rock band... I have to say I had the time of my life recording these albums with Dave & the boys...

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