Tim Jordan | Midnight Crawl

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Midnight Crawl

by Tim Jordan

Contemporary Guitar-Based Rock with rootsy influences (pop, blues, reggae, funk, etc.)
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Runnin' Scared
4:02 album only
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2. Midnight Crawl
4:00 album only
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3. Medicine Man
4:34 album only
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4. Gonna Get to You
3:59 album only
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5. I Just Wanna Hold You
4:56 album only
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6. Rock My World
3:06 album only
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7. Don't Even Go There
4:08 album only
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8. Loosen Up
2:38 album only
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9. Wish You Were Here
5:53 album only
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10. Tj's Boogie
4:03 album only

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Tim Jordan. Let's see. Isn't that the guy who played with Forest Green on Capitol Records (sharing live concert billing with Hall and Oates, Todd Rundgren, Steve Miller, Bruce Springsteen, among others), and the Ladder on Atlantic Records, who graduated from the University of the Arts in Voice and Guitar, who studied with Joe Sgro and Pat Martino, who played with Siembra {World Beat} and the All-Stars (Blues) among other bands, who played on numerous studio recordings, including Robin Renee (In Progress), Naked Soul (Leap of Faith), and a series of his own recordings, including "Solar Wind" (rock guitar instrumental fusion) his latest rock/pop release "Midnight Crawl"? Yeah, that's the guy.

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