Chez Jonesy | Head Under Heels

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Head Under Heels

by Chez Jonesy

Chez Jonesy is a music maker based out of Vancouver, BC. The sound is a combination of smooth grooves, tasty beats, and deep soundscapes. Head Under Heels is the fourth album by Chez Jonesy, and offers 19 tracks (that's as many as we could squeeze in)
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Double Wired
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2. Gunnight
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3. Carlsburger
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4. Planning Session
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5. Pillow Groove
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6. All Nighter Ace
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7. Transistor Radio
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8. Power Failure
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9. Used to It
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10. Muster This
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11. Weed Whacker
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12. Shiny Star Twinkle
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13. Two Fours in a Row
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14. East Meats Best
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15. The Death of Me
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16. Will to Live
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17. The Calm
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18. Helmuts and Guns
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19. Separation Anxiety
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
who is chez jonesy?

chez jonesy (aka colin jones) was born in montreal, quebec, canada in 1973.

music has been a part of my life for as long as i can remember. we always had music playing around the house growing up. we had piano lessons, an old drum kit that we would beat up on, a bunch of old keyboards to make noises with, and parents that were sympathetic and patient.

about eight years ago, a friend of mine gave me an old accoustic guitar, and i started to teach myself how to play. from there. i started buying little gadgets, boxes, and doo dads that i could use to record myself.

after a lot of tweaking, we slowly built a recording studio that produces some pretty good quality sounds.

i suppose that my musical goals are pretty vast. if i could do music as a full-time career, i would. but as it stands now, i subsidize my passion with a quote-unquote real job that i also love.

the music i make is fundamentally enjoyable to me. selfishly, i enjoy driving around in my truck listening to my own tunes. i am truly thrilled and honoured when people tell me that they had a good experience while listening to a chez jonesy track.

i guess that's what it's all about for me... making music that i like, and hopefully, that other people like too.

peace, and keep making music.

chez

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Max Daddy

Effin' Rox
I remember Diff'ent Strokes.. not just that, but whooo's the boss and growing pains, sitcoms with very little in common with Chez Jonesy.. Jonesy manages to blow the roof off one more time with Head Under Heels.. this music will definitely get you laid..
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JT Shenanigans

What you talkin' 'bout Willis ?
Remember on Diff'rent Strokes when Arnold and Willis had a scheme and it all fell apart...then when Dad found out and helped them put it back together it all worked out perfect? Well that's what this CD is like....but without the falling apart and no Arnold or Willis. A good CD to zone out to on your way to Whistler. JTS
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