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My first guitar was a Harmony Jumbo Western that stood almost as tall as I did as a fifth grader. Learning Beatles songs taught me guitar, but I absorbed other styles, including folk, jazz, fusion, and Caribbean. My eclectic style makes anyone swear they hear some particular artist in their iTunes playlist. This clip of a song I wrote, called “Run Old Jonah,” isolates a few guitar tracks recorded decades ago using a cheap cassette player (ask Google). You get a sense of the early rock influence. These tracks were produced in particular with that original, old Harmony Jumbo Western, if you can believer that. Recording quality is the pits, of course, compared to today’s digital standards. Those were the days, my friend! “Run Ole Jonah” © Gerald L. Stevens.
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I have written and recorded my own music, mostly Christian, and I am a member of ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. One of my original compositions, “You Can Be,” is available among the music videos at the bottom of this page. I have an album of all original compositions on iTunes. The album is titled “Turn to Jesus.” If you click the album image below, you will be directed to the album on the iTunes Store where you can audition the individual tracks.
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I also have recorded an instrumental tribute to my father, Harold Stevens, Sr. My dad’s musical career was interrupted by WWII when he served as a bomber pilot hunting submarines over the Atlantic. His style evokes a by-gone era of the Glenn Miller Band that has melted away with the passing of that war generation, but I still love his beautifully lyrical melodies. The tribute is called “Hey There!” for one of the tunes I remember so well as a child my dad playing on the piano and singing. The album is published on iTunes. If you click the image of my folks above, you will be directed to the album on the iTunes Store where you can audition individual tracks. This movie gives a brief introduction to what generated the project idea. Hope you enjoy!
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