SONG

SONG by Bodek Janke
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Bodek Janke

Label: Dreyer Gaido
Released: 2018
Views: 263

Track Listing

eye of the tiger (Survivor), maria (Melissa Mary Ahern), dharma (Bodek Janke), what is it like (Bodek Janke), autumn leaves (Joseph Kosma), hard luck in love (Melissa Mary Ahern), live is life (Opus), if i loved you (Richard Rodgers), like a trap (Melissa Mary Ahern), freudentränen (Bodek Janke), next to you (Melissa Mary Ahern), someday soon (Melissa Mary Ahern), mama you've been on my mind (Bob Dylan)


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Album Description

Buy SONG in the official Bodek Janke store: https://store.bodekjanke.com +++ The production of SONG has been a rather spontaneous, emotional response to an unusual and - let´s call it mysterious - encounter: The collaboration of a singer-songwriter from the USA and a drummer-percussionist from Europe. A clash of musical and personal cultures, very different habits, melodies and rhythms. In saying that however, the mutual curiosity and sympathy gave us a fruitful foundation for working on these songs, both originals and well- known tunes from different eras. It was always my wish to create music which connects with people who might not be professional listeners, or musicians. I think that the format of "the song" per se is, globally speaking, the most accessible kind of music to everybody. I would like to dedicate this album to all those who have experienced (or are experiencing) the feeling of being in the moment, being unconditional, being here and now. That´s what I´ve been experiencing when arranging and recording SONG. Hope you´ll enjoy listening to this album.


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