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Long Road

by JBH Band

Contemporary rock influenced by 80s bands - songs of love, betrayal and what it means to be a mature artiste
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Make It
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2. Like You Mean It
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3. Don't Know Any More
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4. Breakdown
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5. All About Me
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6. Nothing at All
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7. This Is It
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8. 2 Young 2 Be Old
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9. Francesca
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10. Infatuation
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11. Never Ever
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
JBH Band is a collaboration between John Bianchini (JB - a musician/producer) and Bob Hunt (BH - musician/songwriter) - thus the name JBH! Influenced by 70/80s rock and metal bands such as Pink Floyd, Led Zepplin and Judas Priest (odd mixture, I know) this album is a personal look at relationships and life from a mature artiste's point of view.

Great energy and experience were brought by two members of progressive rock band Saga, Jim Gilmour and Ian Crichton who play on some tracks on the album. Indeed the third track, Don't Know Any More, would not be the song we consider it is without Jim's contribution.

The album is classicaly a rock piece, perhaps with a little bit of pop/country here and there. There are some quirky songs as we tried not to take ourselves too seriously, although the music is! If you are looking for representative tracks from this album you should listen to Don't Know Any More, Nothing At All and This Is It.


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