James Kamp | With What I Got

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With What I Got

by James Kamp

Naked songs: just piano, guitar, harmonica, and voices on these simple acoustic songs from the heart.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Morgan County Road
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2. Pauline
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3. That's When I Miss You The Most
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4. Where My Heart Goes
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5. On My Way
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6. Take Me With You When You Go
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7. Mae Gibson
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8. Knee Deep In Love
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9. You Alone
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10. Seven Oceans
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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James Kamp is a songwriter, musician, and physical therapist living near Columbia, MO. "With What I Got" is his third solo album. It's all acoustic and all just James. After 2005's watershed electric "Out Alive" declaration of wide-eyed freedom and joy, "With What I Got" steps back to express everyday hopes and concerns; from James' own feelings on "Where My Heart Goes" and "That's When I Miss You The Most", to stories of people he's met along the way like "Pauline" and "Mae Gibson" (both about people he's known from working in nursing homes), to the personal/universal understanding of "Seven Oceans".

It's always been the songs, really. The goal is to express them the best you can in any given moment, but to let them get out into the world. If there's beauty and truth, and even magic, out there, get out of its way and let it come through you. That's doing the best you can do with what you got.


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Jason

Impossible to Ignore
I've been a fan of the music for a decade or more. The music is beautiful, the lyrics are powerful, and the 'spirit' is beyond description.