Ralph De Jongh | Lonesome Man, Ocean of Love

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Lonesome Man, Ocean of Love

by Ralph De Jongh

This is the 25 years of music double album!
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Ready for Change
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2. Both Feet On the Ground
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3. Let Me Look in Your Eyes
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4. Rye
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5. Life Is Good Enough
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6. Lonesome Man
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7. Love Is Not a Friend
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8. Soldier Boy
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9. One More Last Goodbye
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10. Worm
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11. Keeper of the Key
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12. 7 Days a Week
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13. Feel Me
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14. Perfect Day
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15. Sugarbody
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16. Evening Sun
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17. Every Night
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18. Comeback
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19. Life's a Shark
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20. Thought You Were the Summer
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21. Burning Flame
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22. Love Striking Me Down
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23. Right Here By Your Side
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24. Dreams
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ralph de Jongh, the Dutch singer/songwriter and great Dutch blues discovery of the 21st century, winner Dutch Blues Award 2011 and Dutch Blues Challenge 2014, as if in a trance, reveals the very depths of his soul in his concerts and recordings. In a style in which only Ralph de Jongh can perform, in a phenomenal atmosphere of sound, we dream back to the times of pre-war blues and the sixties of Keith Richards and Mick Jagger. Experience the incredibly beautiful portrait of a phenomenon. This is pure….This is Ralph de Jongh….This is Emotion.

Harry Muskee: “Believe me. I have seen Ralph perform many times and I can assure you: this is value for money. After watching Ralph tour with C+B for a year, I am convinced that a rare talent as well as a good friend is at work here.”

Charlie Burchill,, the guitar player of The Simple Minds , wrote: “RALPH is a true spirit who plays directly from the heart. He has an unrestrained empathy for the Blues.”

Harry ‘Cuby’ Muskee, the singer songwriter of Cuby +Blizzards, wrote: “I was standing in the bar of café “De Amer” drinking a beer and I heard there was a supporting act. Now generally I don’t pay much attention to supporting acts, but this time I heard a sound that made me think of an old blues singer that I had heard in the Delta. I expected to see somebody from the Mississippi Delta, but to my amazement I saw a tall blond guy playing the slide-guitar and harmonica with incredible originality.

This was my first encounter with Ralph de Jongh.

Many more would follow. In the meantime, we have spent many hours talking to each other and to my astonishment it turned out we both know something about Laozi, a well-known Chinese philosopher.

Ralph de Jongh plays with conviction and with a drive that you do not see very much these days. He has a relentless empathy for the blues and he is a young man who dares to choose not to take the ‘easy way out’: Glitter, quick success…., but instead chooses a piece of culture in the form of the music of Robert Johnson, Son House, Elmore James and Muddy Waters.

By now insiders have come to know Ralph and I hope that the media too will provide him with a podium, for if you have just a small knowledge of music you will know this is too good a chance to miss.

You’ll be hearing from Ralph.

With respect and pleasure,

Harry Muskee”

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