Josie Cotton – Convertible Music – Colored Vinyl Record
Convertible Music is an album by the American singer and songwriter Josie Cotton. Josie Cotton is known for her contributions to the pop and new wave music genres, with her music often characterized by catchy melodies and her distinctive vocal style.
The album Convertible Music was released in 2007 and is a showcase of Josie Cotton’s pop sensibilities and catchy melodies. Her music often features elements of new wave and power pop, characterized by upbeat and melodic songs. While she is perhaps best known for her 1982 hit “Johnny, Are You Queer?” from her album “Convertible Music,” she has continued to release music over the years.
Convertible Music is a representation of Josie Cotton’s ability to create fun and infectious pop music, and it demonstrates her enduring presence in the music industry.
Collectors limited edition high quality colored vinyl
Brand new, never played and still in the factory plastic
He Could Be The One
Waitin’ For Your Love
I Need The Night, Tonight
(Let’s Do) The Blackout
Johnny, Are You Queer?
Bye, Bye Baby
No Pictures Of Dad