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Reality

by John Enghauser

Take Steely Day, Lenny Kravitz and Jeff Buckley and put into a blender. For lovers of progressive rock, jazz, fusion and soul.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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1. Black Dress
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2. Keep Your Jacket On
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3. Reality
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4. Tears of Yesterday
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5. Shadowatdh
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6. Tower
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7. We Hear Your Cry
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8. The Slightest Thing
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9. Rubberband
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10. Let's Get Out of Our Own Way
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11. This Fate I See
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12. Tower, Pt.2
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Welcome the long-awaited album from Award winning Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, John Enghauser, entitled "Reality". Perhaps John's best work to date as he reaches new levels of songwriting mastery with blues track "Keep Your Jacket On" featuring Kim DesChampes on steel guitar; the Steely Dan-esque "Tears of Yesterday" featuring the Rembrandt Horns and the re-release of the prog-influenced "Tower". John always surprises us with something unexpected on each new album and "Reality" does not disappoint.
In 2009, John’s critically acclaimed CD release “Lost in the Pages” was awarded “Hot AC Album of the Year” in the LA Music Awards. Al Bowman, CEO of The LA Music Awards was quoted as saying …"John's CD "LOST IN THE PAGES" is among the top five best albums we've EVER heard in the twenty-year history of our show.
“Lost in the Pages” has received radio play in 13 countries world wide including the US, England and Australia. Recently John was named to Music Connection Magazine’s “Hot 100 List” of 2011.
The success of John’s album caught the attention of indie power house, Blue Pie Records, who signed Enghauser to a global distribution and licensing deal in late 2009.
In 2010, John has received a nomination for “Singer-Songwriter of the Year” in the 20th annual LA Music Awards as well as nominations for “Male Hot AC Artist of The Year” and “Hot AC Single of the Year" for the Jaco Pastorius tribute, "So Many People”.
To quote Music News Nashville “Enghauser comes with a smooth-as-silk voice, very much in the tradition of a Michael Buble or John Mayer”.
John’s song “Still Waters” was just placed in the movie soundtrack for the upcoming movie “Dealing With Destiny” slated for release in August, 2011. Enghauser was also awarded Music Connection Magazine's "Hot 100 List" of 2011.


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