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John Guymon shared a link. about an hour ago . I'll be playing Monday May 27, 2013 8:00 pm Mountain time till 9:00 at www.damaboo.com hope you can make it. GOD BLESS. Check out my CD at WWW.jgguymon.com Thanks. Damaboo.com www.damaboo.com Like · · Promote · Share. Jackie Short Fleury likes this..
Label: Tate Music Group
Bio: "It's Not Politics People" not only represents the name of John Guymon's new record but also his perspective. From God and family to surviving this life, his 12 string acoustic sound captivates listeners as he portrays stories of strife, faith and the search for moral balance.
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“The first tune, "Burning Bridges," is tender and melodic; Guymon questions another about the consequences of his actions ("Whatcha gonna do when that last door slams..."). The bluesy "I Ain't Easy" comes next; our protagonist asks why another is trying to change him. Guymon has an expressive, world-worn voice, and uses a nice bit of high tenor here, adding to the feel. There's a lovely slow chord progression to "Heart and Soul," a bittersweet love song; Guymon is plaintive and emotional on this one. The moody country-rock "Don't" tells others not to feel sorry for him, but to worry about the children and their future, and to change things for the good. The ballad "Just Couldn't Be" starts out slowly, but soon gets up-tempo with a country-rock feel. Guymon seeks to know what more one can ask from him as he growls out the words ("I tried to make it but never enough is all you'd say," he yips). The last tune, "We're All Human" has slappin' drums and Guymon singing, "I was taught at a y”