Joe Jung | It All Comes Back Again

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It All Comes Back Again

by Joe Jung

This raw, heartfelt album runs the gamut from delicate to raucous, from whispers to screams, and in the end makes you think about what really matters amidst all the noise, traffic, and hustle of big city life.
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1. The People I Know
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2. Dear Chocolate Uncle
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3. The Shame
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4. Willing to Fall
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5. See You in December
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6. A Word on Arthur
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7. Tripping Round the Town
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8. Typhoon Child
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9. NY in NY
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10. The Ballad of St. Bernard
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Having hoofed down many a bustling New York City street since releasing his “delightfully haunting” 2004 debut “Now That the Curtains are Drawn”, modern troubadour Joe Jung has followed up with “It All Comes Back Again”, a powerful collection of songs reflecting the musician’s experience in the Big Apple.

Inspired by dive bars, park benches, lonely winters and wild nights this raw, heartfelt album runs the gamut from delicate to raucous, from whispers to screams, and in the end makes you think about what really matters amidst all the noise, traffic, hustle and bustle of everyday life.

For more information, stop by www.joejung.com.


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