Jan Davis | I Loved You Too Much

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I Loved You Too Much

by Jan Davis

Not only does he excel with his guitar, Jan Davis can sing, with his soulful-gravel sound that hit Top 30 charts, nationally, with "I Loved You Too Much." Jan's (2004) "Hammer Slammin" tells the world he understands how war affects one and all.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Loved You Too Much
3:43 $0.99
2. Piece Of My Heart
3:14 $0.99
3. Without You
3:27 $0.99
4. Shazzam
3:16 $0.99
5. Land Of Dreams
2:20 $0.99
6. Hammer (Slammin')
3:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
This maxi-single contains music from the following genres:
Pop, Rock and Blues Vocals! This EP/CD is FREE with any CD purchase.

01. I Loved You Too Much
A powerful message composed by Davis and Carleton. Brought heavy controversy from radio stations nationwide. It's aimed at men involved in spousal abuse. A real "wake-up call" for guys to control their emotions in a heated situation.

02. Piece Of My Heart
Jan literally belts out his gruff version of the Janis Joplin hit that critics are saying: "It's the best male version so far!"

03. Without You
One of the best renditions of this 60's smash hit from Harry Neilson.

Jan rocks with Richard Young in a highly lyrical song everyone can relate to, about a girl who goes through changes as quickly as you can say, "Shazzam!"

05. Land Of Dreams
Davis and Carleton take you away to a place we all wish we could go, with cookin' congos and hard electric drums driving this one home.

06. Hammer (Slammin)
Davis puts his blues guitar to work here, with a lyric he co-wrote with Carleton, about how our world conditions are frightening moms and dads everywhere, who are concerned about the possible sacrifice their young ones may endure.



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