Joe Jermano | My Every Move

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My Every Move

by Joe Jermano

Jermano’s sound and style draw inspiration from both classic rock and jazz while reflecting a unique, often mystical quality. His work is intensely personal, imaginative, and compelling, reflecting themes of love and loss.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sail
3:49 $0.99
2. Whispers in the Wind
4:00 $0.99
3. Buzzard vs Man
3:23 $0.99
4. Drive
3:56 $0.99
5. Invasion
3:20 $0.99
6. Billy
3:20 $0.99
7. My Every Move
3:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
My Every Move is a cornucopia collection of different songs that reflect many different moods and styles. Some of the songs were written in collaboration with Producer/Engineer Chuck Alkazian and some of the lyrics started out in poetic form from my good friend Woody Crawford. I also enlisted the help of my friend Jason Hartless (currently on tour with Ted Nugent) to handle drum duties and my friend Paul Moore (Mitch Ryder Band) to lay in some guitar finesse and a solo or two. All tracks were recorded at Pearl Sound Studios in Canton, MI. during the middle of 2016. All the songs were refined to the aspect of being radio friendly in hopes to reach a broader audience.
The first track is "Sail" which started out more or less lyrics, awash in poetry, given to me by my long time writing partner Woody. In rewriting the lyrics, I tried to maintain the theme of loneliness and despair that Woody was suffering when he wrote it and tried to give it a sense of purpose or "direction" if you will. I knew I had something already recorded to fit the mood when I received the lyrics but as I began layering sounds I felt that I was really on to something when I recorded the U2-Edge style delayed guitar part. Chuck A. fell in love with it and really brought it to the next level when we finally tracked it in the studio.
"Whispers In The Wind" was another track that was a lyrical gift from Woody. This Time I built the song from the ground up and changed the words around to fit the cadence of the groove. Whispers is a bit more of a rocker and a fun one to play.
"Buzzard Vs Man" Came about during the period that we lost a very important family member in 2016 and was a tip of the hat to how I was feeling during that time, take from it what you will.
"Drive" started out as some riffing I worked on after I acquired my new Taylor 12 string acoustic guitar. The guitar was the last birthday gift that I received from my father in 2015 before he passed from Mesothelioma. I had to indulge the feeling of freedom that comes when a loved one is free of the pain and suffering from cancer. With death comes great sorrow and at the same time, a relief that the suffering stops. The music came first and it just felt right to call it Drive because of the way it makes you feel while driving. Driving to get away from it all or just the rush of adrenaline that you get while burying the gas pedal to the floorboard.
"Invasion" came as a visitor decided to crawl in to my basement and got stuck in one of my glue traps that I keep out to control the spiders and centipedes. The mouse stirred up a lot of concern in a household that tries very hard to maintain a safe environment, especially for my daughter who has respiratory issues from quadriplegia. Pandemonium ensued, I discarded the mouse, we cleaned and cleaned and threw away lots of boxes. I got a song out of it that reflects my feelings of rage and protectiveness at the time. Nice to look back on it now and clearly see the humor in it all.
"Billy" is that guy or gal who comes in to your life with a whole different vision of a good time. I think we all meet our Billy at some point in our life and if we are lucky enough to go along for the ride and make it home alive then it gives us an opportunity to grow and move beyond. Billy, if you are listening, I still love you bro.
"My Every Move" as well as "Drive" came in the final hours of tracking. My every move started out an instrumental on nylon string guitar and had kind of a Rumba feel I guess. I'm not sure where the heck it came from to be honest. I'm just glad it showed up when it did because I feel like it ties all the songs in to one concept: a melting pot of moods, styles, directions, etc.

This project gave me some insight as to the direction that the next project may go. I have already begun work on the next project and I hope to complete it in 2017. Thanks for stopping by to check out my latest and I hope we can meet up some day soon so I can show you some new Moves...

Joe Jermano



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