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Ken Voorheis - I Send You Joy (2016)

10-02-2016, 16:17
Blues | Pop | Rock

Title: I Send You Joy
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Self Produced
Genre: Blues/Rock/Pop
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 46:30
Total Size: 111 MB

1. I Send You Joy (4:29)
2. Lies Have Wheels (4:56)
3. Demons In My Shadow (3:25)
4. Her Knowing (3:13)
5. Cabrillo (4:04)
6. Petals And Thorn (4:29)
7. In The Pages Of A Magazine (4:00)
8. Me And My Black Cloud (3:53)
9. Friends Gather (3:54)
10. Two Steps Down (5:06)
11. 2.19 (4:56)

"I Send You Joy" is the first collection of songs by Ken Voorheis. He had the good fortune of working with Kevy Nova on lead guitar (listen to Track 2 if you want proof). Eric Egol and Brent Carmer provide the backbone on drums and bass, and let Ken explore life with a certain groove. Influence and money in politics, the cult of celebrity, alcohol and addiction, and worry are just a few of the issues that Ken covers with his truth, wit, and wry sense of humor. Along the way, Ken touches on joy, friendship, relationships that actually work, as well as the one-step-up, two-steps-back approach to life. Mixing acoustic and electric guitar, Ken employs flat-out rock and roll, country blues, a touch of jazz, and acoustic rock that brings to mind such artists as Ray LaMontagne, Dan Auerbach, Neil Young, and George Harrison.

This album is dedicated to Auri Naggar, a friend whose gentle encouragement helped Ken work on the craft of songwriting. The song "Cabrillo" starts in San Francisco and ends at a place called Cameron's Pub. Cameron sponsors an open mic where beginners and talented folks alike share their creations. As the MC at this open mic, Auri encouraged hundreds of people to play guitar, sing, read poetry, and otherwise speak their truth. The song "Friends Gather" speaks of Cameron's Pub (or any pub, for that matter) where people gather together to share their lives over a beer. The song "I Send You Joy" celebrates Auri's life, and tries to underscore the importance of 'sending joy' to others while we're still alive.

Check out Ken's world and see if it resonates with your own.

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