Jason Roseboom | Kalamazoo

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Kalamazoo

by Jason Roseboom

An 8 track ep of modern day folk songs from the American heartland that impeccably weaves together tales of travel, love, loss, justice, injustice, redemption and hope.
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. I Am Your Son
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2. Jesus Loved Judas
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3. In the Corner
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4. Lincolns Bible
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5. Doris Day
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6. These Hands (song for Detroit)
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7. The Death of Matthew Shepard
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8. Flout
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5:35 FREE
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Jason Roseboom is a folk singer songwriter from Kalamazoo Michigan. In short, I think it is about time that I heard a solid folk singer such as this. It has been a genre that has been applauded for past accomplishments, but has not been recognized too much presently. Jason is a great example of the genre, and I think can really lead the genre to come. Some of his influences are, Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, and Bob Dylan. He does not fail them, as he takes on big ideas and the stories of people that speak volumes" The Independent Music Scene
"Jason commands dramatic political hot potatoes and contemporary topics with equal ease, puts as much heart in the singing as there seems to be in the creation of same , but he has a talent that shouldn't be relegated to coffee houses and street corners" review on WYCE Grand Rapids Michigan


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Kim

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Love what I have heard on here, can't wait to hold the CD in my hands!

Tim

Mel loves Bret and Jamaine
This album is great! Thought provoking, introspective and hauntingly beautiful. I look forward to hearing a lot more of what this this up and coming artist from the heart of the country has to say.