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Justin Farren | The Sound Of Flight

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The Sound Of Flight

by Justin Farren

Groovy, thoughtful, acoustic music with lyrics that remind you of yourself.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Pig Farm
2:41 $0.99
2. Long Distance Friend
2:57 $0.99
3. The Fourth of July
2:51 $0.99
4. Tadpole
3:37 $0.99
5. Sir With the Midsize 4 Door Sedan
3:05 $0.99
6. Standing in a Ditch Alone
4:31 $0.99
7. Sleep Like Me
2:31 $0.99
8. The Painter Song
3:43 $0.99
9. Annecy
3:18 $0.99
10. Money
4:09 $0.99
11. Failed Attempt
1:48 $0.99
12. The Snow
2:36 $0.99
13. The Fly Song
9:45 $0.99
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Album Notes
Justin Farren paints pictures with his songs. His lyrics, while firmly rooted in the reality of day to day life, often express his own doubts, humor, and experiences. Listeners can't help but smile as Justin takes them on descriptive journeys through his own humble observations. A native to Sacramento, Justin has written thoughtful, engaging music since eighth grade graduation. His influences include Greg Brown, Bob Dylan, and Ben Folds.
On "The sound of flight", Brian Rogers, an outstanding drummer and percussionist backs up Justin's guitar playing. There are guest appearances by Andre Fylling on piano, Kerry Marshall on organ and backing vocals, and Devin Farren on Harmonica.
"The sound of flight" is an ENHANCED CD. You can put it in your computers CD-ROM drive to watch Justin's award winning music video, "We Don't Work", and read an extended bio.
Justin thanks you for your support.



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Its damn good
A very easy listen. Great outlook on life. good voice. good guitar.

Good Album. the first of many i would imagine

Jooooordan Johansen

i love justin farren.


Songs from Alaska...
Everytime I put on this CD the memories we shared together in that little town of MCCarthy, Alaska this past summer come flowing back with each note you sing. These songs have an amazing ability to capture special moments in time, and forever remind the listner of that one single moment. Thank you, and your CD, for all of those special moments.

Kevin C.

You should be listening to it right now...
I own it, I sing to it, and it is mentioned often. Enough said.

Sherrie Jones

Check out the music video! You have to see it.

Jerry Perry ... alive'n'kickin' magazine

a cd absolutely chockfull of brilliant moments
Justin's voice is songbird sweet and full of summer soul. His guitar playing seems to know no limitations. With just his voice and an acoustic guitar the guy could get a whole room dancing. He exudes raw groove... Throughout the cd's 13 songs (and one music video) Justin makes it clear that he is a major new talent on sacramento's singer/songwriter scene.

junior in sacto

a pleasant diversion
The music superficially nabs you from the beginning. The personal level of the music, the catchy songs that evoke an emotional response, and the sheer talent of the man make for a wall of wonder. By these standards alone, it wouldn't take much to throw down five stars. Once/If the (rightfully given) awe passes, however, Justin appears to position himself in the role of a everyman protagonist, pushing a level of aloof social commentary, and everything provides grist for his mill. Songs of naive freedom, honest work, and charming wildlife paint a very folksy fairytale that it is hard not to wish for, but undertones of bitterness, teen angst, and resistance to change make the music slightly uneven. The thoughtfulness is very real, but the humbleness seems almost forced. It is an excellent CD, of that there is no doubt. Kudos to the wonderfully talented background players as well. But there is something elusive beneath the surface that seems unready for the everyday philosophies of reality that the songs want to tackle. Nonetheless, I am eager to see what Justin will do in his next release. I'm sure he won't disappoint.

-edward s.h.

Sabrina Fong

Awesome Justin.....
Justin, I'm so proud of you- This is such a great cd!!! I am thoroughly impressed. Congrats!!!! I hope to see you perform soon- keep me posted. EVERYONE should be listening to and or seeing Justin sing and perform if you want to hear some great music!!!


Extremely catchy and Well worth the money but not musically superior to anything else. basically a girly version of mason jennings. Still would recommend to most any fuggies out there with a liking fo guitar. piece out sactown homies

Timothy Daniel

Meaningful lyrics, expressive vocals, creative guitar work, and clean production - I don't say this often but WOW. Justin Farren is the real deal.

Those of us who appreciated the early and more risky work of Jason Mraz will immediately respond to Justin Farren's delicate yet powerful arsenal of songs.
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