Lonnie Chance | The Jungleman

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The Jungleman

by Lonnie Chance

imagine a war zone in vietnam and a man with an electronic music studio
Genre: Pop: Psychedelic Pop
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1. October 1969
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2. The Gunnie
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3. Lavender Lady
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4. The Jungleman
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5. Society Watched
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6. The Whores of Hong Kong
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7. We Have Always Been Heroes
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8. When I Was 21
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9. Lisa
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10. Missing in Action
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11. One Rose
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12. You Will Always Be Remembered
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Drawing from his musical roots in rock and classical music and fusing them together with the electronic styles and sounds of the new millennium, Lonnie Chance created his debut CD "The Jungleman." In the spirit of healing, his emotional words and music recount his life-changing experiences as a U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsmen attached to the Third Marine Division In Vietnam.



Lonnie Chance grew up on a farm four mile east and few miles south of a small town in South Dakota. Lonnie played the cornet in high school band. By the time he was a senior he was teaching himself guitar. Learning came easy and he soon started a rock band. As time passed he started writing songs for the group.
Shortly thereafter, his musical youth and ambition were nipped in the bud. A war was ragging and unable to afford college he enlisted in the U.S. Navy. There he was trained as a U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsmen and ended up serving a tour of duty with the Third Marine Division, Ninth Marines, Lima Company. His duties were taking care of the sick and wounded Marines in the dense jungles of Vietnam; and within months, he was decorated with the Combat Action Ribbon, the Purple Heart, and the Bronze Star with a Combat V for Valor.
Upon his release from the military Lonnie went to college, he studied classical guitar and composition. After receiving a degree in Music and Broadcasting he moved west from Michigan and settled in Phoenix, Arizona. Not long after his arrival he began teaching private guitar lesson, playing local gigs, and writing songs. By the middle of the eighties he was voted the music instructor of the year by his peer musicians in the valley of the sun.
After managing a small recording studio for a local company, Lonnie started building his own recording studio. "I started with a Commodore 64 computer and one Prophet 600 synthesizer and a little Cassette 4 track." Over the years his studio grew with his production and writing skills.
In the early nineties two of his songs "Live With Me Forever" and "The Eagle and The Dolphin," broke onto the charts. In addition to the release of his debut CD "The Jungleman," Lonnie continues to promote his songwriting, production, and artistic talents, while enjoying the sunshine of his quiet lifestyle.

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Laila

Eclectic music that speaks for a generation
The emotion behind the music I find is a great delivery force. It is hard to find a genre for this music since it breaks through the standard genres of our time. There is definitely a similarity to the Doors but this music has this eclectic psychedelic undertone to it that theirs didn't. I am thinking of the Lavender Lady song, Bruce Springsteen came to mind in the "Whores of Hong Kong" Elton John came to mind in "You will Always be Remembered" I love the bassy sounds in Missing in Action.
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