RELEASE DATE: 2003
This music is rich and varied, from thoughtful love songs to blues and island beat tunes. Inspiring and fun, this music is food for the soul.
- Closer to Home - Janie Worm
- Will I Ever Know Love? - Janie Worm
- Aria - Janie Worm
- Walkin' On - Janie Worm
- Time for My Baby - Janie Worm
- Of An Angel - Janie Worm
- These Days - Janie Worm
- Taste of Your Love - Janie Worm
- I Wish You Well - Janie Worm
- Teach Me How to Love (remix) - Janie Worm
- The Waiting - Janie Worm
- Nothing But This - Janie Worm
- Love Will Carry Me - Janie Worm
A Note of Thanks:
Thanks to all who have been supportive through the years on many levels. You have helped create an opening for this music. To you who have shared your life, your heart and your process with me, thanks for making my life worthwhile, rich and exciting. To the talented and creative musicians who play music with me, thanks for bringing these songs to life with love. To all who were part of this CD project in any way, many thanks.
Thank you for listening and for your support. I hope these songs will touch something in each of you. May the blessings be.
Words and music written by Janie Worm © 2003. All songs co-produced by Janie Worm and Gary Mula. Recorded at Calleye Productions in Seattle, WA. Engineered, mixed and mastered by Gary Mula.
Cover artwork by Scott Ward. Cover layout design by Janie Worm.
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There are some amazing artists on this CD!
At the time of recording this music, Erica Dorfman (congas, doumbec, shakers) and Rae Borough (bass & sitar guitar) performed with me regularly. We were billed as “Janie Worm & the Early Birds”. We had lots of fun playing music at festivals, cafes and other events.
Miho Takekawa played marimba and steel drums on a couple of tunes. Robert Walker added feeling with drum kit, cajon, triangle and other percussive instruments. Caryn Kupferman and Jimmy Worm shared their beautiful voices and harmonies. Ed Bloom contributed his dreamy flute, and Nolan Anderson his sweet accordion designs. Gary Mula dusted off his mandolin and also stepped in with lead guitar, like he so generously does with me. And Amorah Ross graciously allowed us to add the sounds of her singing bowls.
Check individual songs in the Lyric section of the blog for specific song credits.