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Beginner Mind

by Jay Brown

A classic sound, with deep roots in American blues, jazz, folk, and rock n' roll, with timeless lyrics.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. New Lovin Mother
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2. Two Hearts Keepin Time
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3. Get Your Fill of Feelin Hungry
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4. Fox News (Help Me Jesus)
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5. Rarely Touch the Heart
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6. Why Would You Be Anything but Free
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7. Good Old Young Love (feat. John Mark & Olivia McGaha)
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8. Old Rebels
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9. Fate Expectations
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10. Angelina
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11. Childhood Friends
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When not performing with Lazybirds, Shantavaani, or Swing Guitars, Jay Brown still finds some time to play with his other band, The Jay Brown One-Man-Band. Formed in 2007, The Jay Brown One-Man-Band includes Jay Brown on vocals, guitar, harmonica, and percussion. In 2010 the band added a new member, Jay Brown, on piano.

An American roots musician, Jay has hundreds of classic songs in his repertoire, as well as another hundred or so originals. Jay can often be found playing in pubs around Asheville, but he has also studied and performed music across the far reaches of the world, including New Orleans, California, India, Ghana, Peru, and Swannanoa.

His eclectic musical tastes found expression when he became a founding member of the old time, swing band Lazybirds, a band that blends a wide variety of musical styles, including jazz and blues, to create a fresh and soul stirring sound.

More recently, Jay formed an Indian fusion band with his wife Aditi. The 6 piece ensemble called Shantavaani, meaning "Peace Through Music" is devoted to bringing a soulful and contemplative sound to their listeners.

Jay Brown is also a music therapist, working in Hospice in Asheville. This experience has contributed to his musical growth in many meaningful ways.

Jay has spent years traveling and playing around the U.S.,absorbing our rich musical heritage and performing with artists such as Doc Watson, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Etta Baker. In addition to these experiences, Jay has also taken multiple trips to Ghana, West Africa, where he studied, taught and performed traditional African music with the native Ghanaians. A versatile musician, Jay is as much at home playing the blues in New Orleans as he is playing jazz or classical in New York City.

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