Sarantos Releases A Surprise CD This November With TV Music Instrumentals To The Delight Of TV Music Supervisors On Tight Movie Deadlines

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Sarantos Releases A Surprise CD This November With TV Music Instrumentals To The Delight Of TV Music Supervisors On Tight Movie Deadlines.

Sarantos loves to surprise fans. Four years ago, there was a surprise Christmas CD, three years ago a surprise Solo Instrumentals CD, last year a Movie Instrumental CD and this year – a full instrumental CD with 14 original TV instrumentals across several genres. In 4 years, Sarantos has released 8 CDs with over 109 tracks! For comparison, most artists backed by big labels, many producers, songwriters & lyricists, a full marketing team, manager, publicist and many publishers put out 1 CD every 3 years! And let’s not forget about the monthly music videos, behind the music videos and 4 complete books Sarantos has written that parallel every song and CDs. Sarantos is clearly a content producing machine.

Sarantos TV instrumental CD titled “Best TV Instrumentals – Vol. 1” with 14 original pop and rock instrumentals will be released worldwide on November 24th, 2017, Black Friday. The CD can be ordered everywhere on sites like iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google but also directly from the website as an exclusive limited edition autographed copy. Purchasing on the website will automatically sign you up for a free raffle with a lot of fan extras like a chance to have dinner with Sarantos.

Several times, Sarantos has been contacted by a music supervisors on tight deadlines. They wanted to find a cool indie sound without all the tangled rights restrictions and time lag most artists put them through. The frustration and wasted time of not getting thru the final, last step when a perfect song was found to compliment a TV scene had them frustrated.

Sarantos realized two years ago an opportunity to work on instrumentals separately from featured songs with lyrics. Having no restrictions, being able to “clear work right away” and not have to get permission from a whole slew of publishers and other artists, Sarantos…

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