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Jonny Shaw: Night The Moon Ate The Stars

Jonny Shaw: Night The Moon Ate The Stars
This is the first release by Jonny Shaw (previously Jonny Jenaro).

01. Jonny Shaw – Psalm For A Soul WATCH VIDEO ON YOUTUBE
02. Jonny Shaw – Tease Me So WATCH VIDEO ON YOUTUBE
03. Jonny Shaw – Hell & Back (What Dreams May Come) WATCH VIDEO ON YOUTUBE

written and performed by Jonny Shaw

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Jonny Shaw: Night The Moon Ate The Stars

VARN Industries Volume XIV: God Bless The Dirty South

VARN Industries Volume XIV: God Bless The Dirty South
This is the sixtieth VARN Industries album, recorded in 2014.

“After experiencing my growing pains, it was time to finally return to the place of my birth. My homeland. The place where my heart and soul reside. The house that Mickey built. God’s waiting room. The land of sunshine, boiled peanuts, alligators, trailer parks, orange juice, palm trees, hurricane parties, sweet iced tea and face eating bath salt zombies. Motherfucking FLORIDA!!! We do things a bit differently down here and I couldn’t be happier about it. This album is a love song to all the things I’ve missed while living in the Great White North. When you’re removed from everyone and everything you know, you learn exactly what makes you tick.”
-MAN3

01. VARN Industries – Like An Evil Jesus
02. VARN Industries – Jellyfish
03. VARN Industries – (Hate) There’s No Place Like
04. VARN Industries – A Love Song For The Cactus
05. VARN Industries – American Haters Bore Me/Tits=Trouble
06. VARN Industries – I Have The Satellites
07. VARN Industries – Sex, Drugs And Bkawk & Roll
08. VARN Industries – I’m Going To Tampa!
09. VARN Industries – Batman And Rob Ford
10. VARN Industries – SMBdubstep
11. VARN Industries – Selling My Future
12. VARN Industries – Dave

Like An Evil Jesus [music: MAN3] . Jellyfish [lyrics: MAN3, J. Jenaro/music: MAN3] vocals: MAN3, J. Jenaro . (Hate) There’s No Place Like [lyrics and music: MAN3] . A Love Song For The Cactus [lyrics and music: MAN3] . American Haters Bore Me/Tits=Trouble [lyrics and music: MAN3] . I Have The Satellites [music: MAN3, L. Williams] guitars: L. Williams . Sex, Drugs And Bkawk & Roll [music: MAN3] . I’m Going To Tampa! [music: MAN3] . Batman And Rob Ford [music: MAN3, Batrick] additional programming: Batrick . SMBdubstep [music: MAN3, Hendry] additional programming: Hendry . Selling My Future [lyrics and music: MAN3] . Dave [music: MAN3] .

Produced by MAN3 / Written and performed by MAN3, except as noted / Recorded and mixed @ [tracks 1, 2 & 5-8 @ Pappy’s House, Tampa], [tracks @ 3 & 4 Sailwinds, Tampa] & [track 9-12 @ The Floral, Tampa] / Thank you: My daughter Lilith, my family, Batrick, Hendry, Jonny Jenaro, Levi Williams, 2 Live Crew, Afterlife With Archie, All-New X-Men, Cage, Die Antwoord, Eastbound And Down, Alec Empire, Game Of Thrones, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Hollywood Undead, Anton LaVey, Lil’ Jon, Lost, Marilyn Manson, Meat Beat Manifesto, Naked Lunch, Nine Inch Nails, Orange Is The New Black, Pig, Puscifer, Savage Wolverine, Matthew Silver, Tim Skold, Stitches, Tampa, Three 6 Mafia, The Walking Dead, Stephanie Thomas, Warpaint, Zombie Tramp / VARN Catalogue Number: 1400 /

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VARN Industries: Volume XIV (God Bless The Dirty South)

MAN3: Chillin’ Late One Night

MAN3: Chillin’ Late One Night
This is a mix by MAN3.

“Here’s a mix I made, inspired by the Another Late Night series and using only Beacon Meadows tracks. So sit back, light up and relax as we chill together late one night.”
-MAN3

01. Bluesteeze – Intro
02. Bluesteeze – On My Grind Freestyle
03. Only Eyes For You – Cameron
04. Letitia On Rocks – Is There A Doctor In The Fish, pt. 1
05. Jonny Jenaro – Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)
06. Grizwald – Your Eyes
07. Ghost Town Breeding Ground – Here We Are Again
08. Faiyaz And The Wasted Chances – SPICEDEALERS (Folksong Version)
09. Faiyaz And MAN3 – The Burden
10. Embryo Concepts – Rain In December
11. Charlie Blood B – Breakfast With The Queen
12. Botchbud – Clays Brain Renovation
13. Batrick’s Spy Kit – Tofer Madness Remix (It Continyous) (2011 Remaster)
14. Aduran De Ronov – Jonny
15. Dr. Robert M.D. – Twin Peaks Theme
16. Wife Swamp – Avril 14th
17. VARN Industries – Message 16 (Cabbbage Reads More Stories)

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MAN3: Chillin’ Late One Night

Beacon Meadows Presents The Unheard Tracks, Vol. 2

Beacon Meadows Presents The Unheard Tracks, Vol. 2
This is a collection of assorted unreleased material from Beacon Meadows artists Jonny Jenaro, Devious Light and VARN Industries. “Profound Change” by Jonny Jenaro was recorded for a compilation album for Take Back The Night Foundation. Original versions of “untitled: 06-08-02” and “untitled: 02-03-03” appear on the VARN Industries album The Lost Tracks. “Tonight, You Belong To Me” was originally performed by Irving Kaufman. Fly, Magpie! is Jonny Jenaro and Meredith Marsh.

01. Jonny Jenaro – Profound Change
02. Devious Light – Party Please
03. Devious Light – Piano Practice
04. Devious Light – Psymple
05. VARN Industries – untitled: 06-08-02 (Woosh Demo)
06. VARN Industries – untitled: 06-08-02 (Shoow Demo)
07. VARN Industries – untitled: 02-03-03 (Mood Demo)
08. VARN Industries – untitled: 02-03-03 (Ambidance Demo)
09. VARN Industries – untitled: 02-03-03 (Ambidance 2.0 Demo)
10. Fly, Magpie! – Tonight, You Belong To Me

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Beacon Meadows Presents The Unheard Tracks, Vol. 2

Beacon Meadows Presents The Unheard Tracks, Vol. 1

Beacon Meadows Presents The Unheard Tracks, Vol. 1
This is a collection of assorted unreleased material from Beacon Meadows artists Jonny Jenaro, Spanky, Wes, Wife Swamp and VARN Industries. “The Angel Of Death Came To David’s Room” was originally performed by mewithoutyou. “Rough Cut” was a demo originally recorded for the Scarbage project. “Hide And Seek” was originally performed by Imogen Heap. “Avril 14th” was originally performed by Aphex Twin.

01. Jonny Jenaro – The Angel Of Death Came To David’s Room
02. Spanky – This Is Where Its At (Demo)
03. Wes – Rough Cut
04. Jonny Jenaro – Hide And Seek
05. Wife Swamp – Avril 14th
06. VARN Industries – Charles Ramsey Stupid Meme Song

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Beacon Meadows Presents The Unheard Tracks, Vol. 1

Jonny Jenaro: Humans, We Are A Selfish And Self Centered Thing (July 10, 2013)

I thought it was common knowledge that the NSA has been spying on us for years … Why is it such a big deal all of a sudden? Isn’t Facebook a voluntary venue to disclose personal information to not only the public but also the government? Great American hypocrisy Batman!

I don’t think Occupy poses any kind of threat to anyone, maybe as much threat as the hippies in the 60’s. But anyhow, the only time you don’t want someone watching you is when you have something to hide. I have nothing to hide, let them spy!

Everyone can agree that this is no longer, or questionably ever a free country. However, I’d rather have being spied on be the worst things known to me about my government than to live in constant fear of me, or a family member being murdered or black bagged for my religion or any other belief. Also, the ability to have food within my grasp about anywhere I go to in the country. I’ve never been rich in another country but I have been homeless here and I can say that I ate great and had the ability to get some sort of medical attention for a fee. We have it really good here and we take it for granted, bad talk it, and belly ache over things that people in other countries would kill for.

Every government is corrupted, I say take what you can get and fight for what you must, but at least I can speak for myself and say it’s not that bad for me.

Other countries would kill for the kind of freedom that’s available to us here on a daily basis. And we whine and cry over how bad it is and how our freedoms are trampled upon every day. How about you go talk to a child in Ethiopia about the water faucet in your kitchen and bathroom, then we’ll talk.

Or talk to a Chinese government official about your love for Jesus Christ.

Or explain your large knowledge and education of science and quantum physics to a Haitian adult … if you can find one.

Writing letters to people in power, getting signatures and other things of that nature are great. And it’s making a difference. And I don’t consider that whining. What people are doing on Facebook is whining.

I can only imagine what the American media is doing at this moment. Which is why I don’t watch it, I like to gather facts and come up with my own conclusions. No one persuades me what to think and/or do on a daily basis. But hey, it’s the freedoms I’m talking about that give anyone the right to air whatever bothers them, still don’t have to agree with it, but it doesn’t bother me, that’s someone else’s opinion.

Well except for the religion and privacy stuff. It’s still pretty free at the moment, maybe not for long, but maybe religion isn’t helpful anymore. If they chop my head off for loving God, so be it. But luckily this country isn’t there at the moment.

Except Christians lately. Which is odd … But I still feel that I can freely worship some thing I call God out on the street and not feel like I’m going to be crucified or anything.

I’m glad we don’t all think the same, cause this place would be a pretty boring and lame place.

Individuals do have different thresholds for pain as well, but I just think that having a flat tire is not as bad as having a bombed village. The pain is still there, but I would prefer the latter.

Jonny Jenaro: Banality To Mention

Cathartic nonsensical relief to an addiction to life through an alienation to all tasteful hopes of breathing.
The ridicule that follows is always incongruence and laughable.
A “human” trait that never matters to a nauseous waste of nausea.
I follow a cycle that flows into a spiral descending into the pit of my carousel membrane.
The side that deals in addition, subtracting the positives from the multiple razor thoughts warming the river in my ubiquitous ego perversions.
Trampling reserves of remorse for denial is reincarnation of a cancerous persuasion presuming a retention of reality.
Recall, rewrite, receive retaliation.
I never thought to lie about my limits of pretension…
Living is venality but banality to mention.

Jonny Jenaro: We All Have “THE” Answer (February 02, 2013)

We all have ”THE” answer.

Christianity has nothing to do with Jesus today. Governments and religious leaders have used his name to have control, power and money, even some of the writers of the Bible. We shouldn’t blame a religion for stupid followers, I can just as easily blame someone who believes in only themselves for doing the exact same things. Just because someone is atheist or agnostic doesn’t make them exempt from being a hateful, rude or sometimes evil person.

We just don’t get it. We all have our own way we live this life, we always believe, ”We are right and They are wrong.” No matter what it is we believe we will always be God to ourselves because of the way we treat others and ourselves. We are the center, the sun rises and sets around us. everyone will always pervert a good thing in time.

When the truth is, God loves us, we love ourselves, we hate our fellow human beings and we show this by what are actions show, not the lies of how holy we are with our lips, or how ” we don’t believe in God so we’re wise and know every answer to all of life’s secrets because if it.”

Get over yourself religious people and get over yourself non-religious people, neither of you are right, in fact all of you are wrong.

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar IX

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar IX
This is the ninth album of acoustic covers by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “You Found Me” was originally performed by The Fray. “Handlebars” was originally performed by Flobots. “Hotel Yorba,” “Little Ghost” and “The Hardest Button To Button” were originally performed by The White Stripes. “Sanssouci” was originally performed by Rufus Wainwright. “Life On Mars” was originally performed by David Bowie. “Epilepsy Is Dancing” was originally performed by Anthony And The Johnsons. “Haunting Me” and “Remember” were originally performed by Stabbing Westward.

01. Jonny Jenaro – You Found Me
02. Jonny Jenaro – Handlebars
03. Jonny Jenaro – Hotel Yorba
04. Jonny Jenaro – Little Ghost
05. Jonny Jenaro – The Hardest Button To Button
06. Jonny Jenaro – Sanssouci
07. Jonny Jenaro – Life On Mars
08. Jonny Jenaro – Epilepsy Is Dancing
09. Jonny Jenaro – Haunting Me
10. Jonny Jenaro – Remember

You Found Me [lyrics and music: I. Slade, J. King] . Handlebars [lyrics and music: J. Laurie] . Hotel Yorba [lyrics and music: J. White] . Little Ghost [lyrics and music: J. White] . The Hardest Button To Button [lyrics and music: J. White] . Sanssouci [lyrics and music: W. Wainwright] . Life On Mars [lyrics and music: D. Bowie] . Epilepsy Is Dancing [lyrics and music: A. Hegarty] . Haunting Me [lyrics and music: Stabbing Westard] . Remember [lyrics and music: Stabbing Westard] .

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Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar IX

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VIII

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VIII
This is the eighth album of acoustic covers by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “Desert Of Song” was originally performed by Between The Buried And Me. “Run Gunner Recall Run…” was originally performed by The Prize Fighter Inferno. “Weapon Of Choice,” “The Weight Of The World,” “Love Burns,” “Shuffle Your Feet” and “All You Do Is Talk” were originally performed by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. “Everything Is The Same” was originally performed by Colour Revolt. “Ran Away To Tell The World” was originally performed by Ours. “Where My Heart Will Take Me” was originally performed by Russel Watson as the theme song for Star Trek: Enterprise.

01. Jonny Jenaro – Desert Of Song
02. Jonny Jenaro – Run Gunner Recall Run…
03. Jonny Jenaro – Weapon Of Choice
04. Jonny Jenaro – The Weight Of The World
05. Jonny Jenaro – Love Burns
06. Jonny Jenaro – Shuffle Your Feet
07. Jonny Jenaro – All You Do Is Talk
08. Jonny Jenaro – Everything Is The Same
09. Jonny Jenaro – Ran Away To Tell The World
10. Jonny Jenaro – Where My Heart Will Take Me WATCH MUSIC VIDEO ON YOUTUBE

Desert Of Song [lyrics: T.G. Rogers/music: Between The Buried And Me] . Run Gunner Recall Run… [lyrics and music: C. Sanchez] . Weapon Of Choice [lyrics and music: BMRC] . The Weight Of The World [lyrics and music: BRMC] . Love Burns [lyrics and music: BRMC] . All You Do Is Talk [lyrics and music: BRMC] . Everything Is The Same [lyrics and music: Colour Revolt] . Ran Away To Tell The World [lyrics and music: J. Gnecco] . Where My Heart Will Take Me [lyrics and music: D. Warren] .

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Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VIII

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VII

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VII
This is the seventh album of acoustic covers by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “The Curse Of Millhaven” was originally performed by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. “Little Light Of Love” is from the soundtrack to the film The Fifth Element by Éric Serra. “Blood Bank,” “Creature Fear” and “Flume” were originally performed by Bon Iver. “Lovin’s For Fools” was originally performed by Sarah Siskind. “Gold” is from the soundtrack to the musical Once. “Down By The Water” was originally performed by The Decemberists. “Age Of Insects” was originally performed by Showbread. “Timothy Hay” was originally performed by mewithoutYou.

01. Jonny Jenaro – The Curse Of Millhaven
02. Jonny Jenaro – Little Light Of Love
03. Jonny Jenaro – Blood Bank
04. Jonny Jenaro – Creature Fear
05. Jonny Jenaro – Flume
06. Jonny Jenaro – Lovin’s For Fools
07. Jonny Jenaro – Gold
08. Jonny Jenaro – Down By The Water
09. Jonny Jenaro – Age Of Insects
10. Jonny Jenaro – Timothy Hay

The Curse Of Millhaven [lyrics and music: N. Cave] . Little Light Of Love [lyrics and music: E. Serra] . Blood Bank [lyrics and music: J. Vernon] . Creature Fear [lyrics and music: J. Vernon] . Flume [lyrics and music: J. Vernon] . Lovin’s For Fools [lyrics and music: S. Siskind] . Gold [lyrics and music: F. O’Farrell] . Down By The Water [lyrics and music: C. Meloy] . Age Of Insects [lyrics and music: J. Dies] . Timothy Hay [lyrics: A. Weiss/music: mewithoutYou] .

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Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VII

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VI

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VI
This is the sixth album of acoustic covers by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “You,” “Generator,” “God’s Love” and “No Control” were originally performed by Bad Religion. “I Guess This Dream Is For Me” was originally performed by Cloud Cult. “Anybody Out There” was originally performed by Burlap To Cashmere. “Live For Better Days” was originally performed by Ignite. “Folsom Prison Blues” was originally performed by Johnny Cash. “Mother” was originally performed by Danzig. “Ana’s Song (Open Fire)” was originally performed by Silverchair.

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VI
01. Jonny Jenaro – You
02. Jonny Jenaro – Generator
03. Jonny Jenaro – God’s Love
04. Jonny Jenaro – No Control
05. Jonny Jenaro – I Guess This Dream Is For Me
06. Jonny Jenaro – Anybody Out There
07. Jonny Jenaro – Live For Better Days
08. Jonny Jenaro – Folsom Prison Blues
09. Jonny Jenaro – Mother
10. Jonny Jenaro – Ana’s Song (Open Fire)

You [lyrics and music: B. Gurewitz] . Generator [lyrics and music: B. Gurewitz] . God’s Love [lyrics and music: G. Graffin] . No Control [lyrics and music: G. Graffin] . I Guess This Dream Is For Me [lyrics and music: C. Minowa] . Anybody Out There [lyrics and music: S. Delopoulos] . Folsom Prison Blues [lyrics and music: J. Cash] . Mother [lyrics and music: G. Danzig] . Ana’s Song (Open Fire) [lyrics and music: D. Johns] .

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Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar VI

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar V

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar V
This is the fifth album of acoustic covers by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “O Peggy Gordon” is a traditional Irish folk song. “The District Sleeps Alone Tonight” was originally performed by Postal Service. “Studying Politics” was originally performed by Emery. “Supercomputer” was originally performed by Neva Dinova. “Downtown/Skid Row” is from the soundtrack to the musical version of Little Shop Of Horrors. “The Girl” was originally performed by City And Colour. “The Way We Get By,” “Jonathan Fisk” and “I Summon You” were originally performed by Spoon.

01. Jonny Jenaro – O Peggy Gordon
02. Jonny Jenaro – The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
03. Jonny Jenaro – Studying Politics
04. Jonny Jenaro – Supercomputer
05. Jonny Jenaro – Downtown/Skid Row
06. Jonny Jenaro – The Girl
07. Jonny Jenaro – The Way We Get By
08. Jonny Jenaro – Jonathan Fisk
09. Jonny Jenaro – I Summon You

O Peggy Gordon [traditional] . The District Sleeps Alone Tonight [lyrics: B. Gibbard/music: J. Tamborello] . Studying Politics [lyrics and music: Emery] . Supercomputer [lyrics and music: Neva Dinova] . Downtown/Skid Row [lyrics H. Ashman/music: A. Menken] . The Girl [lyrics and music: D. Green] . The Way We Get By [lyrics and music: B. Daniel] . Jonathan Frisk [lyrics and music: B. Daniel] . I Summon You [lyrics and music: B. Daniel] .

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Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar V

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar IV

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar IV
This is the fourth album of acoustic covers by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “Dead Girl” was originally performed by Acid Bath. “Bring Me The Disco King” was originally performed by David Bowie. “Bring You Home” was originally performed by Jimmy Gnecco. “The Outsider” was originally performed by A Perfect Circle. “Infanta” was originally performed by The Decemberists. “Miss You Love” was originally performed by Silverchair. “Society” was originally performed by Eddie Vedder. “Everybody Knows” was originally performed by Leonard Cohen.

01. Jonny Jenaro – Dead Girl
02. Jonny Jenaro – Bring Me The Disco King
03. Jonny Jenaro – Bring You Home
04. Jonny Jenaro – The Outsider
05. Jonny Jenaro – Infanta
06. Jonny Jenaro – Miss You Love
07. Jonny Jenaro – Society
08. Jonny Jenaro – Everybody Knows

Dead Girl [lyrics and music: Acid Bath] . Bring Me The Disco King [lyrics and music: D. Bowie] . Bring You Home [lyrics and music: J. Gnecco] . The Outsider [M.J. Kennan, B. Howerdel] . Infanta [lyrics and music: C. Meloy] . Miss You Love [lyrics and music: D. Johns] . Society [lyrics and music: J. Hannan] . Everybody Knows [L. Cohen, S. Rosinson] .

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Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar IV

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar III

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar III
This is the third album of acoustic covers by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “Shiola,” “Foxglove,”’54 Ford” and “Rumbrave” were originally performed by Murder By Death. “Plainclothes Man” was originally performed by Heatmiser. “Little Hell” was originally performed by City And Colour. “Holiday Road” was originally performed by Lindsey Buckingham as the theme song for the National Lampoon’s Vacation series. “The Way” was originally performed by Fastball.

01. Jonny Jenaro – Shiola
02. Jonny Jenaro – Foxglove
03. Jonny Jenaro – ’54 Ford
04. Jonny Jenaro – Rumbrave
05. Jonny Jenaro – Plainclothes Man
06. Jonny Jenaro – Little Hell
07. Jonny Jenaro – Holiday Road
08. Jonny Jenaro – The Way

Shiola [A. Turla, S. Balliet, A. Schrodt, M. Armstrong] . Foxglove [A. Turla, S. Balliet, D. Thorderson, M. Armstrong] . ’54 Ford [A. Turla, S. Balliet, D. Thorderson, M. Armstrong] . Rumbrave [A. Turla, S. Balliet, D. Thorderson, M. Armstrong] . Plainclothes Man [lyrics and music: E. Smith] . Little Hell [lyrics and music: D. Green] . Holiday Road [lyrics and music: L. Buckingham] . The Way [lyrics and music: T. Scalzo] .

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Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar III

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar II

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar II
This is the second album of acoustic covers by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?” was originally performed by Peter Sarstedt. “King Beetle On The Coconut Estate” was originally performed by mewithoutYou. “Strange And Beautiful (I’ll Put A Spell On You)” was originally performed by Aqualung. “Red Colored Stars” was originally performed by Ours. “Going To A Town” was originally performed by Rufus Wainwright. “Awake My Soul” was originally performed by Mumford And Sons. “Oh My God” was originally performed by Jars Of Clay. “White Man” was originally performed by Michael Gunger Band.

01. Jonny Jenaro – Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?
02. Jonny Jenaro – King Beetle On The Coconut Estate
03. Jonny Jenaro – Strange And Beautiful (I’ll Put A Spell On You)
04. Jonny Jenaro – Red Colored Stars
05. Jonny Jenaro – Going To A Town
06. Jonny Jenaro – Awake My Soul
07. Jonny Jenaro – Oh My God
08. Jonny Jenaro – White Man

Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)? [lyrics and music: P. Sarstedt] . King Beetle On The Coconut Estate [lyrics: A. Weiss/music: mewithoutYou] . Strange And Beautiful (I’ll Put A Spell On You) [lyrics and music: M. Hales, K. Oliver] . Red Colored Stars [lyrics and music: J. Gnecco] . Going To A Town [lyrics and music: R. Wainwright] . Awake My Soul [lyrics and music: T. Dwane, B. Lovett, M. Mumford, C. Marshall] . Oh My God [lyrics and music: D. Haseltine, C. Lowell, S. Mason, M. Odmark] . White Man [lyrics and music: M. Gungor] .

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Fail Safe: Fail Safe

Fail Safe: Fail Safe
This is the debut album by Fail Safe, recorded in 2001. “The Days Of The Phoenix” was originally performed by AFI.

“A healthy nostalgic stroll down memory lane. Had a dream last night that I ran into Flip the guitarist & I tried to apologize to him but he wouldn’t let me make amends & then he disappeared. I know everyone hated him but I never had a friend like him before or since. He was very selfless for me and I couldn’t see it then. Society, you’re a crazy breed. Society says, go to school, that’s not the right school. Society says, get a job, that’s not the right job. Society says, get a home, that’s not the right neighborhood. Meanwhile I can’t help but feel it was better when I gave no fux.”
-Jonny Jenaro

“I am very proud and pleased to be able to present this little treasure from the past. Joe Haun had been my best friend since second grade and this is what he was working on fresh out of high school, while I was putting together the beginnings of Beacon Meadows. It was through his involvement in the band that I met and became good friends with Jonny the vocalist and Mike the drummer. Every time I listen to this, it takes me back.”
-MAN3

01. Fail Safe – Perfect Life
02. Fail Safe – River Of The Ironic
03. Fail Safe – Love From A Distance
04. Fail Safe – The Days Of The Phoenix

tracks 1-3 (lyrics: J. Suicide/music: J. Haun, M. Berg, Flip) & track 4 (lyrics and music: AFI)

Fail Safe is…
Jonny Suicide: vocals
Joe Haun: bass
Mike Berg: drums
Flip: guitars

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Fail Safe: Fail Safe

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar I

Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar I
This is the first album of acoustic covers (and one original) by Jonny Jenaro, recorded in 2012. “Hallelujah” was originally performed by Leonard Cohen. “Brighter Than Sunshine” was originally performed by Aqualung. “Mad World” was originally performed by Tears For Fears. “The Fox, The Crow And The Cookie” was originally performed by mewithoutYou. “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” was originally performed by The Smiths. “Leaving Song, pt. 2” was originally performed by AFI. “Coma White” was originally performed by Marilyn Manson.

“The original track, “You Promised Me,” is a song I wrote about the longing for the act of love, not just the lip service love, but love as a verb. I wrote all the music and lyrics for this song. If you’ve heard me or my band Algorhythm Sky perform this song, this is a bit of a different take on it. Also, the end got cut off, at the end I say: “Where is the love? … It’s all around you, just open your eyes.””
-Jonny Jenaro

01. Jonny Jenaro – Hallelujah
02. Jonny Jenaro – Brighter Than Sunshine
03. Jonny Jenaro – Mad World
04. Jonny Jenaro – The Fox, The Crow And The Cookie
05. Jonny Jenaro – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
06. Jonny Jenaro – Leaving Song, pt. 2
07. Jonny Jenaro – Coma White
08. Jonny Jenaro – You Promised Me

Hallelujah [lyrics and music: L. Cohen] . Brighter Than Sunshine [lyrics and music: M. Hales] . Mad World [lyrics and music: R. Orzabal] . The Fox, The Crow And The Cookie [lyrics: A. Weiss/music: mewithoutYou] . There Is A Light That Never Goes Out [lyrics: Morrisey/music: J. Marr] . Leaving Song, pt. 2 [lyrics and music: AFI] . Coma White [lyrics: M. Manson/music: T. Ramirez, M.W. Gacy, Z. Zum] . You Promised Me [lyrics and music: J. Jenaro] .

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Jonny Jenaro: Jonny & His Acoustic Guitar I