Joan Bujacich | A Fine Line

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A Fine Line

by Joan Bujacich

Piano driven, well crafted songs with expressive lyrics-Nora Jones meets Patti Smith and Lucinda Williams.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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2. Floyd
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3. Sweet Little Man
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4. Darlene
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5. Hudson
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6. Pictured Your Eyes
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7. Serenade
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8. Elusive Way
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9. Fairy Tale
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10. Crumblin' Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A mix of the jazzy side of Joni Mitchell, earlier rock style of Sting, earthy Americana of K.D.Lang, new sound of Nora Jones, and the creativeness of Kate Bush.



"In many ways, Bujacich represents what is best about indie artists:   a dogged persistence and a passion for their craft. She takes a musical approach that is difficult to pigeonhole, incorporating pop, jazz, classical, and rock influences into a sensual musical stew."

"Joan Bujacich has taken her many influences and made distinctive music that is clearly her own. Thanks to Tour Baby, she will get the opportunity to share it with us."
Dave Madeloni
This column by Dave Madeloni was first published in our local newspaper, Vermont's Brattleboro Reformer, on Thursday, October 2,2003.




"I would describe your music very romantic, sensual, jazzy.........very much the music of today"

"The two of you play beautifully together" (Referring to Joe Bilotti and Joan performing live Sept 22, 2003)

"Wow amazing.... well what is interesting is to realize this is live, I thought I heard everything. Again intriguing new terrain covered in arrangement and orchestration."

Don Slepian host of Art Music Coffee House Radio Show: Joan Bujacich & Joe Bilotti - September 22, 2003


"Joan Bujacich's CD A Fine Line has added such great quality music to my radio shows. This keyboardist/vocalist showcases her fine song writing on this outstanding release. It is a must have for any true music fan's collection."
Joe Kelly - WVOF 88.5 FM
Fairfield, CT
www.live 365.com/stations/funk7




Joan's voice has been compared to K.D.Lang, Joni Mitchell, Kate Bush and Jewel and her song writing has been described as anything from a newer sounding Laura Nyro to Rickie Lee Jones and Sting with a little humor from Frank Zappa. More often, she has been labeled the new Carole King of the New Millennium. Her music is labeled as that of piano music, but not as lounge as Nora Jones. You might find her on the VH1 circuit, but if you see her on MTV then I wouldn't suggest playing her music.
-Modern Mark KSCU Radio Review




Joanie- Vocals & Keyboards
Joe Bilotti - Guitars
Sue Williams - Bass
Paul Ossola - Bass
Dennis McDermott - Drums
Marco Giovino - Drums
Special Peformances include Mark Roshler - Pedal Steel, Erica Boras - Cello and Randy Crafton - Percussion



Written and Produced by Joan Bujacich
Musical Director - Joe Bilotti
Recorded and Mixed by Sal Mormando - IIWII Studios, Weehawken, NJ
Mastered by David Torrey - DRT Mastering, NH
2002


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Ed the Pizzaman

Great sound, great feeling, powerful lyrics
Joanie, you've grown so much since your talent blew me away when I taught you English in my first full year. This CD has depth, sonority, and meaning. I especially keep playing "Serenade" and "Elusive Way" but all of the songs on the album are great. I'm no music critic, but I've been listening to all sorts of music for over 50 years and this is a super collection of original songs. I'm proud to know that I know Joanie, and very happy that I found her and her music again after thirty years. The lyrics themselves make listening worth it. Bravo! Encore!

Dale Kiddoo

"Go Round" leaves the listener feeling refreshed and delighted.
Let me remark about my feelings when hearing "Go Round". Quite often, the openning number to a CD is the strongest.
Here I find the last number to be the strongest. "Go Round" made me feel great listening to it. And if you think about it, leaving the CD feeling great is really what CD listening is all about. The doctor might say "Take one CD listen and call me in the morning". It has medicinal effect. I have been a fan of Joe Bilotti's musicianship for nearly 20 years. I can see why he chose to play such a key role as music director of Joan's "A Fine Line" CD. His guitar playing is always interesting, and from his County College of Morris experiences, I'm sure he was able to contribute to the keyboard musicianship as well. Joan's keyboard playing is all over the CD and it is wonderful and accurate in its delivery. Thank you Joe for leading me to Compact Discworld in East Hanover to buy this intriguing recording from Joan Bujacich.