Jonathan Brinkley | I Was Born This Way.

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I Was Born This Way.

by Jonathan Brinkley

This is dynamic, positive, by turns soft and soulful or catchy and danceable, acoustic magic. Jonathan's clear tenor voice and clever guitar work will soothe and enchant any listener.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. After the Flame
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2. What's Within
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3. Nothing Changes
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4. Falling Free
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5. Not Life
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6. How You Are
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7. The Circle (the Pants Song)
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8. Moon and Tide
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9. Remember
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10. My Feet Know the Ground
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11. The Highest Love
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12. Let Me See You
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13. Perfect Fool
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14. Simple
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15. The Lullabye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
For my 28th birthday, I decided to give myself a gift. It was to be that which I’d been too poor or too scared to achieve in the past. I wanted to create a CD. This essential element in the launch of my “music career” had been the first step I just wouldn’t take for ten years. I think I was waiting until I was “good enough” to release a professional album. However, as a perfectionist I came to realize that I was never going to feel “good enough,” so if an album was what I was after, I would have to accept myself wherever I was. And that’s what this record is about--the honesty of laying it all out there, Loving what I do for its flaws and triumphs together. People are not born clean. We arrive slimy and cold and screaming, and absolutely beautiful.

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