Jon Anastasio | When the Going Gets Easy

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When the Going Gets Easy

by Jon Anastasio

Introspective acoustic folk rock, focused on self discovery, relationships, and progressive social and political themes.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Stories
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2. When the Going Gets Easy
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3. Massena
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4. Lusitania
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5. One More Tomorrow
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6. All My Visions
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7. You Are the One
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8. Fool Me Once
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9. I Expected Better
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10. Fire in My Belly
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11. The Burning of Eden
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12. Some Fine Dream
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Album Notes
When the Going Gets Easy…

“…That’s when the hard part begins – some of us can’t stand the peace when we run out of battles to win…”

“Stories” and the title track set things up by exploring how, in truth, “we’ll see it when we believe it.”
“Massena” and “Lusitania” are very different tales of life taking an unexpected direction.

“One More tomorrow” and “All My Visions” address the choice to leave the battles of the past behind, and the next three songs (“You Are the One,” “Fool Me Once,”and “I Expected Better”) deal with love found, love and friendships gone wrong, and moving on. “Fire in My Belly” was quite simply the result of, after all that, too much time spent taking myself too seriously.

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