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Jamie Rounds 2011

by Jamie Rounds

Guitar-oriented vocal rock stuff.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Jamaica Bay
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2. Heaven's a Ride
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3. Down, Down
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4. On the Road Again
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Album Notes
Players:
JAMAICA BAY -
Jamie Rounds: lead vocal, guitars, bass
Jim Weider: guitar
Kevin Jarvis: drums, percussion
Carl Byron: piano
John Hall, Lance Hoppen ("Orleans"), Jonell Mosser, Nicole Gordon:
background vocals
HEAVEN'S A RIDE -
Jamie Rounds: lead vocal & all instruments
Wes Hightower: background vocals
DOWN, DOWN -
Jamie Rounds: lead vocal & all instruments
Ellen Britton: vocal
ON THE ROAD AGAIN -
Jamie Rounds: vocal, guitars, bass, drums
Steve C: lead guitar
Richard Sleigh: harmonica

SONG NOTES:
I play these songs regularly here at the clubs in Nashville and they've all been recorded by other people, though I've never sung them myself for the record, so to speak. So, here you go...

(One reggae, one country, one folk, one blues cover...what???)

JAMAICA BAY -
I was thinking of "The Weight" by The Band.
HEAVEN'S A RIDE -
My brother Jon and I were carefree rockers in the late 70's, when he and Louise discovered they were about to have a baby (nephew Jamie, great guy, now a father twice himself). I recall discussing it with Jon over beers in dad's basement: options, what the hell happens now, etc.
DOWN, DOWN -
Inspired by Roger McGuinn's "Lover Of The Bayou". Each word in the lyric is gathered from an online search on "voodoo"...I didn't make any of this stuff up.
ON THE ROAD AGAIN -
Alan Wilson's "Canned Heat" recording still hypnotizes me. Thanks so much, Richard and Steve.


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