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Notable Journey

by Notable Journey

Acoustic vocals and instrumentals by an extraordinary duo, highlighting powerful guitar playing and sensitive original lyrics, taking you on a notable musical voyage..
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. She's Gone
4:46 album only
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2. I Don't Understand
4:11 album only
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3. Jasmine Wind
3:55 album only
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4. Distant Bells
3:11 album only
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5. Into the Universe
6:55 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Notable Journey's debut release is a statement of Gordon Currie and Bhaj Townsend's exquisite songwriting. They bring both vocal and instrumental prowess to this CD. A little samba, a little blues, jazz and singer songwriting overtones, along with an evocative instrumental will bring you into a world of a duo that is worth listening to.

The production emphasizes as you might hear them in a private concert, full, invigorating, and leaving you wanting to hear more.

She's Gone: A samba/bossa-inspired vocal. Sometimes an intimate relationship comes to an end, one leaves while another is still holding on.
I Don't Understand: A jazzy blues number, melancholic in its lyrics, for those who have ever felt at the end of a relationship like you were dropped off on the corner, and you were left saying to yourself: I don't understand.
Jasmine Wind: Takes you back to a summer evening, where the jasmine releases its unmistakable sweet and slurring scent in the evening breeze, when love was strong and before the autumn chill blows in.
Distant Bells: Imagine a walk into the valley and hills, vibrant with tall summer grasses, and in the distance, the sound of bells ringing from a village tower.
Into the Universe: This ballad reflects on love, gratitude, and release.

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