Kenneth V. Johnson | Climate Change

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Climate Change

by Kenneth V. Johnson

Music to help listeners look into themselves, and become more aware of their surroundings.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Empty Vessel Syndrom
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2. All Dogs
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3. Buen Senor
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4. Now Why Not
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5. Francisca
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6. Bad Boyz II
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7. Barmaid Beauty
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8. Vibro Jiro
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10. Essence
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12. Gaming the Con
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Album Notes
I hope to be playing instruments for a long time. It's like the longer the wine ages, the more refined and better! I'm now trying to release my current catalog of
compositions and songs. Since I'm not traveling, or doing concerts, I feel that the task is manageable. And when completed, I get to start all over again, hopefully
with a deeper understanding of how to improve. To me, the whole process of creating music comes from a higher place. Even though I try to stay in contact, I know that I can be shut down (no new thoughts or inspirations) at any time. So instead of putting my music in a time capsule for future generations, why not release as much as possible, draw from the feedback, improve the product, and start all over again! Thanks for listening and your feedback.


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