MP3 Jango - Swim
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Poignant lyrics and hook driven melodies in a folk rock package.
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Singer-songwriter, Jango moved to New York City in the mid-90s where he began writing and producing his own music. After a two-year stint performing at coffee houses and working as a personal trainer by day, he started showcasing his songs at downtown venues such as Arlene’s Grocery, CB’s Gallery, and the Lion’s Den. In 1999 he released his first album, Frontiers, which sprouted an eager fan-base. The hook-driven melodies were catchy and kept the crowd coming back for more.
Jango, born Joseph Freeman, is a native of Troy, New York. He began studying classical piano at the age of eight, and by the time he was fifteen, was hooked on the electric guitar. Furthering his education at the SUNY at Oswego, he double majored in music and mass communications. After being turned on to musicians like Pat Metheny and Paco De Lucia he immersed himself in music theory, performance, composition, jazz, and classical guitar. He performed with a jazz big-band, a five-piece guitar ensemble and a rock and roll band called Whiteout. He also spent time on the school concert board getting experience in the music industry by booking bands and promoting concerts. When commenting on his musical education Jango says, " I use every bit of what I learned in school and continue to expand upon it."
Now, after some creative incubation, Jango has honed material for a new CD entitled, Swim. The eleven songs contained on his latest release span the genres of pop, rock, blues, and reggae, held together with a personal thread. He tells intriguing stories and gives unique glimpses into his life. He paints vivid pictures of youth, rebellion, love and freedom. On Swim, Jango throws the listener an aural experience that is satisfying both viscerally and cerebrally.