I Try To Remember Where I Come From by Jonah Parzen-Johnson, released 07 July 2017 1. Cabin Pressure 2. These Shoulders, Those Shoulders 3. Guns Make Us Murderers 4. Too Many Dreams 5. What Do I Do With Sorry 6. I Have Questions 7. I Try To Remember Where I Come From I’m deeply grateful for my day to day. The act of creating and performing music gives my life a sense of motion, and I step into each day knowing that I have somewhere I want to go. But as I go about entertaining myself with my own creative process, I try to remember that music exists to communicate truth. fabien vandamme Great album, even more touching (emotionally as well as physically) than Remember When Things Were Better Tomorrow, also highly recommended.
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Jonah Parzen-Johnson: best 2 tracks. Jonah Parzen-Johnson - On the Way Home Remember When Things Were Better Tomorrow, 2015 03:54. Jonah Parzen-Johnson - Look Like You're Not Looking Look Like You're Not Looking, 2013 04:16. Artist: Jonah Parzen-Johnson.
Jonah Parzen-Johnson: Remember When Things Were Better Tomorrow. I Keep Thinking Sit Down 6:18. If You Can't Sleep, Just Shut Your Eyes 5:06. Never Stop Counting 4:54. Eyes Like Paddles 5:41. I Wrote A Story About You, Without You 5:34. Stay There, I'll Come To You 5:52.
Jonah-Parzen Johnson. He thinks a lot about titles. quot;I wrote these songs around the idea that the best period in my generation's lifespan was gone, but after a few nights on the road, looking people in the eye with that idea in mind, I saw how lazy I was being.
With the June 2015 release of his latest solo album Remember When Things Were Better Tomorrow, he hit the road in support, traveling to 34 cities from coast to coast between May and July. Performing (and traveling) mostly solo, the Brooklyn, NY based artist decided to connect with his ever-changing locations and audiences by discovering why people have chosen to live where they do. The result is his newly released paperback, Three Reasons To Live Here.
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