Jason Bravo | Between Head and Heart

Go To Artist Page

Recommended if You Like
Elton John James Blunt Josh Groban

Album Links
MySpace Tradebit MusicIsHere PayPlay Official Website

More Artists From
United States - NY - Upstate NY

Other Genres You Will Love
Pop: Today's Top 40 Pop: Piano Moods: Solo Male Artist
Sell your music everywhere
There are no items in your wishlist.

Between Head and Heart

by Jason Bravo

Melody-driven pop in the tradition of male singer/songwriter/pianists ala James Blunt, Five For Fighting and Elton John. Passionate vocals and masterful songwriting.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
Release Date: 

We'll ship when it's back in stock

Order now and we'll ship when it's back in stock, or enter your email below to be notified when it's back in stock.
Continue Shopping
just a few left.
order now!
Share to Google +1

To listen to tracks you will need to update your browser to a recent version.

  Song Share Time Download
clip
1. It's Called Movin' On
4:59 $0.99
clip
2. Please Don't Say You Love Me
3:47 $0.99
clip
3. Lying Under The Moon
4:58 $0.99
clip
4. I Can't Find Any Water
3:48 $0.99
clip
5. Take Me As I Am
4:57 $0.99
clip
6. The Champion
4:47 $0.99
clip
7. It's Not My Time
4:22 $0.99
clip
8. The Right Way To Touch You
3:35 $0.99
clip
9. I'm Already Holding You
4:21 $0.99
clip
10. A Welcome In Your Smile
4:40 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Between Head and Heart,” Jason Bravo’s debut CD, is a finely-crafted, often intimate, collection of original songs that range from piano ballads to funkier rock- and Latin-inspired tracks.

“I feel like music is a common denominator. We’re all living life, and go through a lot of the same things. I like when people hear my songs and find that the words I write are things they feel, but maybe haven’t been able to articulate,” says Jason.

Jason’s voice has been described as a combination of Elton John and Josh Groban. Jason’s singing and songwriting has been recognized by music producers and industry players throughout the pop music world. Jason has performed at venues throughout Buffalo, Boston and New York, including the famed Rainbow Room in Rockefeller Plaza.

Jason would love to hear from you: JasonBravo@aol.com



‘Between Head and Heart’ a Bravo CD

By Robert E. Kupczyk

Bee Entertainment Associate Editor

Local singer/songwriter/pianist Jason Bravo’s “Between Head and Heart” is a heartfelt 10-song CD.

From the get-go of “Between Head and Heart” you can hear that Bravo has an excellent voice and musicianship and uses them to their fullest throughout the CD.

Most of “Between Head and Heart” was recorded and mastered by David St. Onge at DMS Productions in Ransomville. The CD opens with “It’s Called Movin’ On,” a memorable, grooving tune featuring a recurring guitar riff and backup vocal “ahhs” that sounded like Bravo had The Eagles in the studio. The songs “I Can’t Find Any Water” and “The Right Way To Touch You” were recorded and originally mastered at Audio Magic by Mike Rorick.

“Please Don’t Say You Love Me” is a standout ballad that is instrumentally sparse, but anchored by a catchy piano theme, Bravo’s tenor voice and piano chord changes. “Between Head and Heart” features pop ballads that reminded me of Elton John and Tim Rice Disney film songs. Such examples include “Lying Under the Moon,” “It’s Not My Time,” “I’m Already Holding You” and “A Welcome In Your Smile.”

DISNEY PRODUCERS TAKE NOTE: Bravo’s songs could easily be used in any Disney animated film. (Remember, I tipped you off to him, and I do accept cash and/or checks.)

Bravo picks things up with the slick dance song “I Can’t Find Any Water,” a song that moves along at a brisk pace and features everything from wah-wah guitar to a female backup vocal. If we’re talking about musicals, Bravo’s ballad “Take Me As I Am” has an “Aida” feel to it, highlighted by percussion and Bravo’s melodic vocal. “The Champion” starts with a flurry of classical guitar notes played by Mir Ali. I can’t stress enough how well Bravo’s songs and voice suits film or musicals, as “The Champion” exemplifies this point. He’s got the pop ballad formula down pat.

“The Right Way To Touch You” is a dance song with a nice beat and features a Santana-tinged guitar response to the vocal in the chorus.

The great thing about the CD packaging is that lyrics are included, which gives the listener an insight into Bravo’s songwriting. It seems evident that Bravo is a songwriter who wants the listener to pay close attention to his abilities.

All the songs on “Between Head and Heart” were written by Bravo, with only the opening track including additional music by his brother and manager Gregory Bravo.

Bravo has assembled an accomplished supporting cast of musicians on “Between Head and Heart,” including his brother Greg, Mark Krurnowski, Cave Wilson, Geno McManus, Aaron Trubic, Nick Corallo, Jim Kurzdorfer, Mir Ali and Wendell Rivera.

If you enjoy pop ballads and solid songwriting, then you will certainly take Jason Bravo’s “Between Head and Heart” to heart. For more information on Bravo, visit www.jasonbravo.com.

Read more...

Reviews


to write a review

Allison

Between Head and Heart is awesome!
Jason's CD is fantastic. We haven't stopped listening to it since it arrived. A real talent!
Read more...

Scott Martin


This is one of the BEST CD's I have listened to in a long time! It is good to know that there is still decent music to listen to these days. Great Lyrics with true meaning. Jason Bravo can really make Music!!!! This CD is really worth it!
Read more...

Jendi Reiter

Beautiful voice, thought-provoking lyrics, rockin' guitar on backup! A great deb
Beautiful voice, thought-provoking lyrics, rockin' guitar on backup! A great debut.
Read more...

Sherri

Finally! Music I can connect with!!!!
With all of the awful songs on the radio these days, it is refreshing to finally hear some music that I can connect with! All of the songs on this album capture real emotions and experiences that I, and everyone else, can relate to. I love all of the latin rhythms and the soulful ballads. This is a fabulous debut album! Bravo!!!!
Read more...

Matt A.

The Ballad is Back and it Rocks!
Jason's debut CD is a wonderful roller coaster of emotions. From the sensual Right way to Touch You, to the tearful Please Don't Say you Love me, this album is perfect from start to finish. Jason's smooth, soulful voice with some Latin influences sounds great!
Read more...

Shentice

Sexy...sensual...and soulful
Not only did Jason mesmerize me with his sexy voice, but his music touched me like no other music has ever touched me. From the double entendre of "Lying Under the Moon" to the hopefulness of "A Welcome in Your Smile", Jason took me on a journey through his soul. Sing on, my sexy songbird!!!
Read more...

Terry P

Music That Makes You Feel
This is beautiful music that feels familiar and new at the same time. A perfect voice, lyrics and music makes this CD a winner.
Read more...

Karen Wolfe

A wonderful CD from a remarkable young man.
A pleasure to listen to. This CD contains real music, sung by a real singer. An unusual treat in modern music.
Read more...

Patti H.

For a debut CD Between Head and Heart was a wonderful treat!
Beautiful music and lyrics and what a voice. Loved Lying Under the Moon. Look out world, here comes Jason Bravo!
Read more...