Ben Juneau | 12 Room House

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12 Room House

by Ben Juneau

Eclectic, electric singer/songwriter, multi-guitar extravaganza
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. I Won't Have To Cry
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2. Until You Change Your Heart
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3. A Love Unspoken
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4. Something For the Bad Dream
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5. Not Like Mine
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6. Broken Hearted Man
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7. The Rush To Get Things Done
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8. Old Hat
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9. White Bird
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10. I Won't Break In Two For You
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11. The Things Thing
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12. Gonna Stop Lovin' You
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13. Where I Hang My Hat
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the second half of a 2 CD set that began in 1997 as a follow-up to Ben’s first release “Let The Madness Begin”. The material chosen was given a decidedly electric treatment, and the project developed into a real ’guitar’ record, with some songs having as many as 7 or 8 different guitar tracks. The tracking was done to 2” analog tape and was actually finished by early 1998. After 10 years ‘in the can’, it was eventually transferred to Pro Tools and editing and mixing began. It is a rare privilege to have all the time you need to see a project through to completion, and by virtue of that luxury, this is music that I am most pleased with - the results very closely match the vision we had at the outset. Recommended listening level — LOUD!


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