J Raud | Naked as a Jay Bird

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Naked as a Jay Bird

by J Raud

Quirky, honest folk music, simple chords and ear worm melodies about love. Recorded on a four track cassette recorder and transferred digitally, this collection has a lo-fi sound which matches the down-home, less is more intent.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Song
2:48 album only
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2. Braddock Station
2:27 album only
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3. Down To the River!
2:10 album only
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4. True, It's You
1:42 album only
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5. Memories and Games
2:38 album only
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6. Fresh Out of Luck
2:32 album only
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7. Vessel of Love
2:50 album only
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8. Mountains
2:52 album only
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9. Take A Chance With Me (One)
2:10 album only
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10. Innocent And Free
3:16 album only
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11. Over the Horizon
1:59 album only
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12. Take A Chance With Me (Two)
2:57 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Drawing inspiration from rock and roll of the past and modern music alike, J Raud's sound has wide range appeal. His album “Naked as a Jay Bird” will likely captivate listeners of folk and Americana music. With a lo-fi sound quality similar to Bruce Springsteen's "Nebraska" or Beck's "One Foot in the Grave", "Naked as a Jay Bird" captures songs in their intimate forms, without the flashy studio polish.

“Song” is featured in the independent movie “At Home by Myself…With You”, screened at Cannes and the Vancouver Film Festival.

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