Greg Jurgensen | Songs I Once Knew

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Songs I Once Knew

by Greg Jurgensen

This seasoned artist offers some smooth folk tunes with just a hint of country. A very acoustic album with heartfelt lyrics and vocals. A great collection of songs awaits.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Songs I Once Knew
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2. The Only Way I Know
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3. Don't Lie
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4. Leaving in the Moonlight
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5. Turn Your Sky to Gray
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6. Song of the Vagabond
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7. Safe Harbor (The Moments that Touch Your Heart)
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8. You Always Bring Me Back
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9. Haven't Found the One
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10. Last Like Stone
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11. Birds at Night
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This collection of songs offers a smooth and heart-felt sound from a seasoned singer-songwriter from the Chicago area. In today’s fast paced and technology-laden world, you will find a straightforward acoustic sound with no hype, just mellow tunes and truthful lyrics. From the title cut, “Songs I Once Knew”, a walk down memory lane in a time before MTV, MP3 players and iTunes to “The Only Way I Know” and “Song of the Vagabond”, both great tunes about drifters to the love song, “Last Like Stone”, this is an album that speaks soft but strong and never screams. “Don’t Lie”, a piece with a traditional rock beat, is soulful and tempered. The final cut, ”Birds At Night”, touches on the serious topic of climate change. Sit back, forget the day, and enjoy.


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