Jomama Jones | Lone Star

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Lone Star

by Jomama Jones

Melodically rich songs covering the terrain of the heart and soul making a cosmic comeback.
Genre: Pop: Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Endless Summertime
3:00 album only
2. Jomamasong
4:51 album only
3. Down Down Down
3:49 album only
4. Lone Star
5:09 album only
5. Open
4:31 album only
6. Uninvited Guest
3:19 album only
7. Show Pony
4:03 album only
8. Lilac Tree
2:48 album only
9. Roots in the River
4:19 album only
10. The Mermaid
5:32 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
From the liner notes by ERNEST HARDY

"Working with the fantastic young producer Bobby Halvorson and musicians Eric Johnson, Nick Blossom, and Kelly Rossum, as well as backing vocalists Helga Davis and Sonja Perryman, Jomama has brought the diva into the 21st century. We’ve just come through a period were the tag was used as justification for grown women to act like spoiled children, an era where anyone who sang a note (usually off-key) was deemed a diva, and where the accoutrements of celebrity and fashionista substituted for substance. But Jomama has tapped into the psychic and spiritual shift that’s occurring right now. We crave art. We crave something meaningful. We crave new directions and fresh options of being and possibility. Jomama uses diva artifice – fierce wigs and fiercer gowns; flawless make-up and wigs; attitude with a twist – as tools of divination. These are songs of love, songs of healing and peace. They’re gifts. Choose to accept them."



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