Ché Zuro | 10,000 Jalama Road

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10,000 Jalama Road

by Ché Zuro

Melody-oriented home-grown tunes which melt pop, rock, country and folk into some good stew.
Genre: Pop: California Pop
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1. Every Little Raindrop
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2. Silence Grows
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3. Standing
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4. Holding Out For Love
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5. It's Too Late
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6. Mister O'Neill
4:19 $0.99
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7. Devils Door
2:43 $0.99
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8. Slippin' Away
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9. Anything For You
3:03 $0.99
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10. Daddy Had to Go to Heaven
3:47 $0.99
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11. Change The Way I Pray
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12. Never Let You Down
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13. The Game of Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
10,000 Jalama Road is the solo debut of singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Che Zuro.

She is best known as guitarist/keyboardist/vocalist for such artists as Charlie Sexton and Phil Seymour, as well as a band member of Puss 'n' Boots and Trinity Street.

This recording takes alot of Che's favorite styles of music and merges them into a delicious blend of melodies and lyrics, with pop sensibilities!

Che recorded this entire CD at her home studio, La Casa de la Vista, (where the owls hooted in harmony while vocals were being recorded!) and wore the producer, engineer, musician, singer, and artist hats all at the same time!

She played everything and sang everything that you hear, including Indian drums and a wooden xylophone from Bali (that fell off the wall after the 3 takes that it took to record it for Devils Door!)

If you like home spun recordings, rich female alto vocal chords, and tunes you can easily sing along with, you'll love this record!

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