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Jason P Yoder | Still Water Blackout

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Still Water Blackout

by Jason P Yoder

A perfect fusion of modern music; this finger-style acoustic guitar album blends brilliant lead guitar riffs, delightful bass guitar runs, and melodic vocal lines and harmonies.
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. Ash
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2. Can't Quite See
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3. Child On the Floor
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4. Shades of Gray
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5. Resistance
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6. Feel This Way
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7. Every Day
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8. Drowning
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9. Bleed
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10. Cold in Carolina
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11. Standing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Thanks for listening Ladies and Gentlemen! The guitar has brought me many places in life, and this is just another stop on the journey.

I learned old time blues guitar from a couple of great players and I am fortunate enough to be able to share some of what I have learned with you. Unfortunately John Cephas, and John Jackson are no longer with us in this wonderful world, so I feel it not only a passion, but almost a duty to continue the sweet sounds of acoustic blues music.

I also write lyrics and music of my own, and "Still Water Blackout" is nothing but a brief dream of a man in this thing we call life. Jason P Yoder plays and sings his way to the end of this melodic album. Jason's musical sound is not influenced by artists as much as genres, and this is apparent in "Still Water Blackout"

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