Jules Shear | Longer to Get to Yesterday

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Longer to Get to Yesterday

by Jules Shear

A wonderfully crafted new set of insightful songs from one of America's legendary songwriters.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Longer to Get to Yesterday
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2. Let's Walk
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3. The Same Rain
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4. More Reason Than the Wind
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5. Depending
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6. Not Until Then
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7. California
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8. Nothing Compared to the Moon
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9. Impression of Summertime
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10. Can't Help It
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11. Heaven Knows
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12. You Don't Love Me
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded in Woodstock, New York, Longer To Get To Yesterday is the thirteenth studio record of Jules Shear. His impressive discography also includes several EPs and collaborations with other great musicians.

From wikipedia: Jules Mark Shear (born 1952) is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He wrote the Cyndi Lauper hit single "All Through The Night" and The Bangles' hit "If She Knew What She Wants", and had a minor hit as a performer with "Steady", which reached number 57 on the US charts in 1985.

In January 2013 Jules and his wife, artist/songwriter Pal Shazar, released Shear Shazar. Produced by Julie Last, this is the first time Jules and Pal have made a full album together, though the two had recorded duets on Shear's albums before, such as "Here S/He Comes" on The Eternal Return and "Dreams Dissolve in Tears" on The Great Puzzle.

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