One-stop licensing on all vocals and instrumentals. This website allows music libraries, music supervisors, music publishers, artists, producers, and A&R departments to peruse SSM’s catalog in pursuit of exactly what is needed for a motion picture, television program, commercial, video game, music library, website, artist or the like. The vocals and instrumentals on this site come in various genres (see the menu sub-page titles). Any music-licensing professional who desires recordings (MP3 with embedded metadata, WAV or AIFF, and Word lyric sheets, where applicable) of any of this music may obtain them by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Stems and underscores are available, as well. An increasing number of these songs have been recast into different genres. In each such instance, the lyrics section contains a note indicating the other genre(s) in which that particular song can be experienced and the location on this site where it can be found.
SSM will do its best to facilitate special requests. All the songs on this site can be re-mixed, rearranged, played with varying instruments (to the point of genre-bending or genre-switching altogether), re-sung, where applicable, in any key, and changes can be made to length, tempo, and lyrics, where applicable, as well. The metadata for each vocal is located below the lyrics (and is embedded in any requested MP3). The metadata for each instrumental is located in the lyrics section (and is embedded in any requested MP3). With a few exceptions, the sound recordings on this site were co-produced by Don Tomlinson and Larry Marrs, Marrs Recording Studio, Nashville (www.marrsrecording.com). The remaining few were produced by Don Tomlinson at various times and at various recording studios in Nashville.
Lonnie Mack / Larry Marrs
This picture was taken some years ago when Larry was on tour with T. Graham Brown (playing bass and singing harmony) and sharing bills with Lonnie Mack....
SRV called Lonnie “the baddest guitar player I know.” I agree. Larry (pictured on the right) is the “baddest” musician, singer, producer, and studio guru I know.