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STEVE FORBERT

Strange Names & New Sensations

2007-06-11

"Middle Age" is a song that anyone who is feeling depressed about getting older should listen to. Forbert sings how great it is to be middle aged and wiser now then you were before. “Thirty More Years” is lyricly great and worth listening to. Featured is his all new recording of the hit “Romeo’s Tune,” which is as good now as before. “Strange Names”(North New Jersey’s Got ‘Em) is a fun song to listen to. Jerrod Willea, WYCE intern

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