Jaypee-Jaypar | Meet Me Again

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Meet Me Again

by Jaypee-Jaypar

Acoustic Blues, Rock and Folk songwriter from Lyon, France... Deep voice and strong acoustic guitare
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Meet Me Again
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2. The Same Old Blues
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3. Strictness Is the Enemy
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4. Hallelujah
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5. William the Grey
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6. Monster
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7. Where Did You Sleep Last Night?
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8. Why Should I?
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9. Tale from a Dying Man
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10. Dansons
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11. City of Lights
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12. Digger
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
JAYPEE-JAYPAR is the story of a french Pictavian guy exiled in
Lyon’s lands.
It’s the story of a son of Metal who, when he left his area, decided to
swap his loud Gibsons for the sweet natural sound of acoustic guitars.
Then he started a work of questionning, a new way to approach music,
resulting the release of 2 DIY albums in 2015 (One My Way) and 2016
(Sinner). The identity of the artist guets refinded by the years to come to
an acoustic blues rock folk, with deep and rough vocals somewhere
between Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen.
From opened stages to home shows, he built his style at the same rythm
than his will to live completly by his music. So outcomes the recording
of “Meet me again” at the end of the year 2018.
That’s for shure: that guy plays blues, but not only. He doesn’t confines
to the 12 bars of the Mississipy Delta, and doesn’t waver to taint his
compositions with influences as varied as his own musical tastes : there’s
sometimes the Metal and Rock energy obviously dued to his history, but
as well wistful folk touches with a new wind blowing the standards.His
texts relate his mood, without any pretention. He sings joy, pain, love
hate, death… simply life.
If listening to JAYPEE-JAYPAR suddently give you the need to roll for hours in a Shelby 69 Mustang, on a straight road
surounded by Canyons, then he would tell you that he won his bet.

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