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Through A Moving Window


Spacy atmospheric, with progressive and pop/rock overtones, similar to Pink Floyd, The Who, Classic Genesis, Moody Blues, The Beatles
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Change Will Do You Good
6:30 $0.99
2. Who She Was
2:49 $0.99
3. Time Will Tell
4:18 $0.99
4. The Door
6:02 $0.99
5. L'Aurore Suit la Nocturne
2:09 $0.99
6. The Tide Has Turned Away
4:22 $0.99
7. And She Knows
4:15 $0.99
8. No More Goodbyes
3:55 $0.99
9. You're In My Heart
4:01 $0.99
10. Dead Boys
5:27 $0.99
11. Blues Hand
5:24 $0.99
12. Hail to the Conquering Heroes
6:59 $0.99
13. For A Moment She Believes
3:57 $0.99
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Album Notes

With the artistic success of A Fine Time, JDA created a collection of esoteric, yet accessable songs.

JDA returns with THROUGH A MOVING WINDOW, having grown musically, and with a new collection of songs, each unique and special, yet somehow linked to each other.

Fueled by a concept that life is an ever changing panorama, the moving windows of our lives often merge, allowing experiences to coalesce, almost photgraphical in nature.

We love, we laugh, we cry.

Moments remind us of our past, and we honor those who influenced us.

These concepts and more are explored on this new ALBUM of musical images, with a solid musical kick, and a natural progress for this group.

From the anthem of 'The Change Will Do You Good', the haunting 'The Door' or, 'For A Moment She Believes', we are treated to a buffet of musical treats. Sample 'Who SHe Was, The Tide Has Turned Away. or the psychedelic treat 'And She Knows'.

Rockers like 'Time Will Tell' and 'No More Goodbyes' and 'Blues Hand' will please, and epics such as 'Dead Boys' and 'Hail to the Conquering Heroes' will impress! Check out JDA's latest here!

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Frank Cotolo

"testimony to the richness of melody and arrangement"
The A&R/producer in me longed to be assisting on some of those tracks since I heard a lot of things I would love to have appeared on some of those songs. My personal preferences, of course. Everyone produces and arranges differently. Not that your presentations were in need of anything, really. Executed with care and intelligence. Songwise, some strong stuff. Right out of "the era" and commercial, I think, though maybe not up against the Backstreet Boys. But who among us can compete with that sorta thing?
I am enjoying the CD more with every listen, which is testimony to the
richness of melody and arrangement.


Just Damn Amazing
"JDA . . . harrumph! What does JDA mean? Juvenile Delinquents Association? Junkie Druggies Anonymous? Jamaican Drummers Association? Okay, okay, it really stands for Joel, Don and Arno, but to me it stands for Just Damn Amazing!

I listened to "Through A Moving Window" because it was submitted to PWMN for distribution and I had to . . . then, I listened to it again because I wanted to . . . then again and again so I could write this unsolicited review as a small "thank you" to JDA for creating this CD.

It starts with the Genisesesque "The Change Will Do You Good." Not bad, not bad at all . . . interesting, even. Then BLAM! "Who She Was" grabs you by the ears and captures your heart and soul, moving you to make a mental note to begin searching for JDA t-shirts and other paraphernalia so you can let the world know you're a JDA fan.

Then JDA continues to cement the newly found adoration with "The Door," "L'Aurore Suit La Nocturne," and "The Tide Has Turned Away." Then, just when you thought you had arrived at the Pearly Gates, "And She Knows" makes it obvious there's a higher level than Heaven, at least musically speaking . . . "And she knows that the best is yet to come . . ." can it get any better?

Believe it or not, yes. "No More Goodbyes" stirs passions almost instantly and takes us through a short journey with a pair of lovers who have become one with each other and the universe around them. Reminiscent of Styx and Yes, but with a style all their own.

Then, almost ultra-simplistic in comparison, strains of acoustic guitar let us know the pace is about to slow down a bit and we're treated to a gentle, whimsical love ballad, "You're In My Heart." If I were a woman, I'm sure I would have teared up on this one . . . but, of course, being a big, buff man, I made certain I was alone before allowing the mist to gather at the bottom of my eyelids.

"Dead Boys" bring us back to the present and moves us a bit into the future with electronic piano and sub vocalizations blending with other sounds to intro a very unique song which I can not find words to describe. I like it, possibly more than any other on this CD.

Then, back to the basics with "Blues Hand." Very well done, great lyrics and solid instrumentation with a couple interesting hooks.

Then, the only let-down on this entire album. I found "Hail The Conquering Hero " to be a bit, dare I say, trite? However, this is the only song on the album that I didn't absolutely love and to be fair, it's only inferior by comparison.

JDA more than redeems themselves for disappointing me and leaves me with a huge grin on my face and a soul at rest with "For A Moment She Believes." This song is worth the purchase price in itself. Very strong writing and a literal monument to what is possible when three musicians get together and create a song.

I can't stress enough how amazing I found this CD to be . . . it has made my "all time top 100" list, somewhere around 20 or so, not too far from albums like "The Wall" and "Quadrophenia." If you're only going to buy one CD this year, make it "Through A Moving Window."


"JDA returns with THROUGH A MOVING WINDOW, having grown musically, and with a new collection of songs, each unique and special, yet somehow linked to each other."

Absolutely wonderful, I heard these guys might be performing live!!! Let's hope so!

Charlie Harellson

Comments from the Peanut Gallery
Through a moving Window:
Coming from a lush productions, and monsterous multi track recordings background I have been starving for a return to this formate for years. Since the alternative rock movement all but destroyed anything requiring more then 3 instruments I have been dead from listener bordom for a decade. Through a Moving Window the new release from Brit rock style band JDA gives me hope that great production and lush multi track recordings could be making a comeback. The CD takes the listener on a labyrinthine journey that reminds me of music intended to take your mind, souls, and spirit somewhere while leaving everything else behind. Through a Moving Window will stimulate your brain, not your libido.
Charlie Harrelson, review