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Jamison Harrison | Gone For Good

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Rock: Acoustic Rock: Folk Rock Moods: Solo Male Artist
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Gone For Good

by Jamison Harrison

Take a smooth ride back to 70's folk rock somewhere in the territory between Dylan and the Dead.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. I Just Know
3:18 album only
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2. Nothing Matters Anymore
2:35 album only
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3. Smoking and Drinking
3:23 album only
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4. Orlando
4:30 album only
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5. Lola May
1:52 album only
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6. Feeling Better
3:25 album only
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7. Souvenir
3:15 album only
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8. Words
3:01 album only
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9. The Big Picture
3:50 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jamison's 2nd CD continues a tradition of excellent songwriting, unique vocals and interesting arrangements. Jamie is once again supported by excellent musicians as he spins another set of lyrical tales.

Check out Jamison's 1st CD "Blue Eyed Soul" and other fine recordings at jazzonthevine.com.

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Philsy

I love it!
I own all of Jamison's albums and therefore I feel comfortable saying this one is the best all arounder. The music on this CD fits just about every mood that I get into. Smokin and Drinkin makes me laugh every time.
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Scott Fernandez

Great songwriting, excellent playing, fun
Gone For Good is a terrific CD. The songs are fun, easy to listen to, and will definitley make you feel good.

The musicianship is excellent, especially the guitarists work.

The songs themselves are about life, and it just makes me reflect and feel happy about where I am.

Reminds me of an early Dylan album, coupled with elements from Tom Petty, and The Stones.
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