Jayson Munro | What a Day it has been

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What a Day it has been

by Jayson Munro

"Sunshine dream pop for the winter." Think of this album as a walk through the woods during the dead of winter, as you come to the end of the forest the sting from the bitter cold seems to leave your face and you slowly become warm again as the sun shines
Genre: Pop: Noise Pop
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1. Space Streamer (intro)
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2. Bad day
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3. Where else am I
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4. You can hear me
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4:35 $0.99
5. Aloen with you
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6. Long time before this
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7. Remeber that time
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8. Reorder
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9. It's so easy
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10. Last train
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11. The outside
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12. Last day
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13. ...Or this will happen?
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14. What a day this has been
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Album Notes
What a day this has been was released originally in the Summer of 2004 on Nullset records of New Milford. It was recorded in Danbury, CT from November 2003 to May 2004. Cover art by Katie Munro. Written and performed by Jayson Munro. Additional credits:
Travus Palmer Bass guitar on Track 2, 3, 6, 9
David Corsak Sax on Track 6 and drums on 9


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travus palmer

a local classic, with endless replayability (thats not even a word!)
this collection of songs was arranged and mixed with precision and care, and the songs are all outstanding classics from one of CT's finest songwriters. early examples of pop masterpieces that can be played and enjoyed even 20 years from now
buy this album or you will live to regret it