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When We Die, We All Come Back as Music

by Jon Gindick

Blues Harmonica master and award-winning songwriter Jon Gindick inspires with his throbbing harmonica, poetic lyrics, soulful grooves, interesting song structures, and absolutely outstanding vocals.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. When We Die We All Come Back as Music (feat. Ralph Carter)
5:09 album only
2. Wishing Well
4:12 album only
3. Bird on a Wire
5:19 album only
4. Ghost Dance
3:18 album only
5. School
4:26 album only
6. Maxine
4:05 album only
7. I Love You More
4:26 album only
8. Mystery
6:05 album only
9. Jealous Kind of Guy
3:25 album only
10. Easy Come, Easy Go
1:59 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
“When We Die... We All Come Back As Music”
Jon Gindick

Harmonica Player/Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter/Book Author/Seminar Educator

“When we die, we all come back as music.
What else could we possibly be?
But emotional vibrations that, sing a special language in a way,
in fact, expresses life’s deepest mystery.”

Jon Gindick, best-selling musical instructional author in the world, has released a themed bluesy CD titled “ When We Die, We All Come Back as Music.”

It’s a collection of jazzy and melodic blues originals propelled by delicious groves, inventive song structures, deeply provoking lyrics, Gindick’s expressive singing and his world-famous, signature harmonica solos.

Due to it’s viral exposure among blues lovers on You Tube, the CD already been described a “A triumph,” a “Work of art,” “Fantastic!!”, “Inspirational” by some of the most influential harmonica players in the world. It also won the Hollywood Music in Media Award for best blues album.

Production of the CD was by multi-instrumentalist and producer, Ralph Carter. Carter is a “Dancing with the Stars” composer and also co-writer/ guitar player for the great Eddie Money and bass player for bluesman Sugar Ray, Carter played many of the accompanying instruments in the studio including bass, keyboards, percussion, resonator and electric guitars.

Gindick is famous in the musical world for best-selling books that get beginners playing the blues harmonica, and also for his four times yearly Blues Harmonica Jam Camps in the Mississippi Delta and Ventura, California. His book “Country and Blues Harmonica for the Musically Hopeless” was published in 1984, and sold 1.5 million copies. Since 2002 Gindick has put on 50 Blues Harmonica Jam Camps, 5-Day Vacation Seminars that have become pilgrimages for hear players worldwide.

Gindick is known worldwide as a “musical healer” and harmonica players from all over the world come to be “musically healed” by learning and jamming with the greats. “We All Come Back As Music” continues this healing, but in a different way. The album suggests a new kind of reincarnation in which “We all come back as music.”

Listening to this CD and Gindick’s soulful conviction, it’s easy to become a believer.



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