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Journey Blue Heaven | Breakup Toolbox

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Breakup Toolbox

by Journey Blue Heaven

Journey Blue Heaven's music is a tapestry of sounds and styles unlike anyone you have heard before. Her unique sound and originality is a breath of fresh air and soon to become one of your favorites in your playlist.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. The Giving Tree
5:45 FREE
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2. You Think You're so Cute
3:20 FREE
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3. Everything You Got
3:04 FREE
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4. Beatnik Blues in Black
5:53 FREE
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5. Silver Lining
5:14 FREE
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6. Sweet and Sour
5:56 FREE
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7. Start from Scratch Again
5:09 FREE
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8. Whereever You Go, There y'are
4:07 FREE
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9. Have It All, Still Don't Have You
4:26 FREE
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10. Somethin' Still Missin'
4:22 FREE
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11. Neckers Cube
4:20 FREE
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12. Die to the Sun
2:09 FREE
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13. Sweet and Sour (Remix)
6:05 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Journey is a beautiful young lady with an amazing abundance of talent.
- Dan Brubeck

She has a natural love and enthusiasm for music—exceedingly talented.
- Jack DeJohnette

Especially Good
- Dan Aquilante, New York Post

Journey's music evokes a pleasurable and tasteful blend of folk, classic rock and blues. Her original sounds echo the complexitites of the "Moody Blues" and the simplicity of Bob Dylan.
- Ari-Up from the Slits and Chip Taylor

Compared to Carole King & Joni Mitchell, Journey uses the term Folkadelic.
- Anon

Eternal gratitude to the musicians and savants that worked on this art/music project myself included, and to you also that made it a little bit easier and possible for us all to get over our old ratty relationships and pursue common an unconditional Love through all some of our favorite forms of expression.

First and foremost Engineer- Michael Schirmer, salvager from dump of old baritone saxophone, player of synths/pianos, finder of old analoging gear, fixer of 8-track tape recorders, singer in some parts, wine supplier, chart maker, sorry I didn't learn my Tuba part charts as well as I could and you had to kick me out of the gypsy band, accordion tamer, slow-drools conductor, Your contribution was beyond under-rated when it was all happening.

Not necessarily in order of importance-John Luther, Bass, utility drummer, studio space supplier, including tips on the silver stream. Some things can never be forgotten, thank God some will be. Your extraordinary love for Nature and natural feel for music, never.

Chris Zaloom and Kyle Esposito- You guys made Beatnik Blues in Black as hip as it could be with your chicken picker guitar and lowdown bass. Hope one day you'll be able to hear it and your good Karma comes back at you for doing pro-boe-know.

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John Blenkinsopp

A Free and Original Spirit
Journey Blue Heaven is a product of her genes and her environment, both of which are steeped in musical talent and originality. Her musicality and her free spirit are both clearly evident in this collection of songs pulled together under the title "Breakup Toolbox". Released as a limited edition some years ago, this collection of both digital and analog recordings are now available as a CDBaby downloadable collection. Enjoy them for their honesty, their musicality and, most of all, their creativity.
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