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Steve Jensen

by Steve Jensen

A varied eclectic mix similar to The Beatles , catchy tunes, different styles , w opportunities to have that song stuck in your head all day long ! .. !!!
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pain to My Heart
4:42 $0.99
2. Domesticity
2:37 $0.99
3. Julie My Friend
3:01 $0.99
4. Wrinkled Suit
3:33 $0.99
5. Really Nice Person
4:04 $0.99
6. If Its a Crime
3:50 $0.99
7. Promises for Two
3:29 $0.99
8. Finally Over
3:50 $0.99
9. Walking Back Home
5:36 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Mastered at Abbey Road Studios by Grammy Award winning Engineer ,
Sean Magee .
Whose Projects include
The 2009 Beatles Remasters,
Pink Floyd, Deep Purple,
John Lennon, Duke Ellington,
Nina Simone, U2, Tina Turner,
The entire Rush Catalogue,



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Love it!
Just great easy listening, in no time you will be singing along with Steve ! I Really like, walking back home ! Very catchy Happy Tune !!! Thanks Steve, for your talent! Xx

Steve Jansen

Steve Jansen has an amazing voice. Makes for great easy listening. The production and engineering is a master in itself. waiting to hear the next album. Thanks, Steve....... Rock on!!!!!

Grant McCulloch

Every song stands on its own !
Wow Steve what can I say? What an expanse of sound and lyric. Every song stands on its own and is a pleasure to listen to, well thought out with depth and subtly. This is a record you've obviously worked hard for and can be truly proud of. It rocks!

Sonya Gulbransen

It's so good !
Driving and listening to a certain cd... its sooooo good! Very excellent job, Steve! Number 6 absolute fave and still love number 9- all are soooo good


Great Listening
I've listened to this a dozen times in the last week or two, and shared it with my son. We both love the music. I'm having trouble picking a clear favourite but I do love the hard rocking sound of Finally Over. Recommended for anyone who loves 60's and 70's rock!


Steve Jensen’s new album is an instant favourite for all music lovers who appreciate rhythms and structure of 60’s and 70’s rock, the Beatles, Beach Boys, Billy Joel, as well as legendary singers-songwriters, such as Carole King or Paul Simon. Steve’s soft voice and album’s sophisticated music arrangements greatly compliment each other in perfect harmony. My wife loves this album so much, she listens to it in her car on the loop! Her favourite track is “Julie, My Friend”, a ballad about Steve’s childhood memories of his beloved Sheltie Julie.

Leonard Heit

I can see much thought and effort has gone into this Project. The CD is very good. For me "Julie My Friend" has got the Hook. A Song which plays and gets stuck in your head. Well done Steve!


Talented Musician
Steve is a very talented musician who offers a lot of variety on this album. There is certainly something for everyone! My favorites were Pain to my Heart and Walking Back Home . I agree, the songs are well written and well arranged. The mix was really well done to make a very listenable experience. Enjoy!


Loving the melodies
Nice songs catchy melodies.I really enjoyed the song "Walking back home."Great job Steve.The arrangements were well thought out.The instruments used were clever.Especially the ukelele touch.Cheers Steve.

Sid Fensome

Steve Jensen's New Record.
Steve Jensen's New Record.
So, full disclosure here, Steve has been a friend of mine since grade one; we even briefly played in a band together in our early teens that Hunter Thompson might have described as a "fiendish prototype; never considered for mass production". However, as adults we lost track of each other and have only reconnected recently via Facebook. As such, I was keenly interested to hear his new CD and to see how he has developed and refined his musical voice since our early mutual Beatles, & late 60's/early 70's influences. The verdict: I liked it. I liked some parts more than other parts-but the best of it certainly outweighs any niggling criticisms that Indy artists tend to attract. For the most part the varied musical styles represented on this album match well with the lyrical themes (not as common as one might expect), and Steve's voice is interesting and well suited to the arrangements; especially the pop and rock tracks. The opener, Pain to My Heart is a roaring, charging, mastadon of guitar rock; the riffs are musical as well as muscular and the tones have both depth and grit. Promises for Two is a really nice change up with some very tasteful piano work doing most of the musical heavy lifting. Walking Back Home (the first song I heard off of the record) nicely evokes that late 60's pop jangle without sounding like a retro rip off and left me humming the tune for days. All this is to say that Steve is a talented musician and a thoughtful and original song writer. He's come a long way since our early days of April Wine covers...
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