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The Music

NOTES
David tests his talent as a songwriter in the early 1960s co-writing a song with his fellow singers in their vocal group The Vibratones, a group off the streetcorners of Chicago. The song was titled, "Don't Take Your Love Away." After the group dismantled David moved to the Bay Area and continued writing songs for himself and eventually other local acts. By 1975, nearly 15 years later, David had written more than 100 songs. To date, David has written nearly 600 songs. His songs have been performed in musical plays and motion pictures. David ran a record label with two other partners in the early 70s and produced local acts and recorded them on their label. In 2017 David created his most recent record label. BoomerBaby Records, a record label targeting the music likes of baby boomers. David's aim is to be original by creating a unique sound that will evoke a new sound for boomers that could develop into a new music genre -- Boomer music

MUSIC CREATED or CO-CREATED By GLOVER
Music from “Old Happens” 2010
Music from “Ted Jenkins Speech” 2008
Music from “A Game You'll Never Win” 2004
Music from “Relationships” 2000
Music from “Doo Wop” 1981

MUSIC in MOTION PICTURES
Music featured in movie “Cherish” 2002

RECORDINGS
Old Happens Show Album work-in-progress

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