Jon Johnson | Angelic Skies

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Angelic Skies

by Jon Johnson

Jon Johnson - New Age, Instrumental, Life Driven Music
Genre: New Age: New Age
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1. Along The Road To Damascus
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3:36 album only
2. Angelic Skies
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4:16 album only
3. Sanctuary Rave
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4:27 album only
4. Message from The Old World
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2:47 album only
5. The Mystery Of Faith
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6. Soliloquy For A Hopeless One
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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My most popular album of 1997-98. It should really be classified as an EP, hence the cheaper price point. There is about 33 minutes or so of music. I needed to get an album done by the end of 1997 and time was limited so I went with what I had completed and had a concept to it. I believe artist's produce some of their best work when desperation is factored in with what they are doing. This music is what it is because of what was happening to me during this moment in time. Not that anyhting has to be bad for something good to happen but sometimes it has to be that way in order for the next door to open. I have sold more copies of this CD than any other in my musical journey. The title track has drawn many people to the center of this work. The music also is inspired by the town I live in which is rapidly becoming something it thinks it will never be. Enjoy!

In sincerity,

Jon Johnson


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