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This music is a feast to the ears with a variety of musical styles and flavors including acoustic, old rock, raggae, contemporary, choral, … and with inspiring, heartfelt lyrics to boot!

  • Janene's Song - Janie Worm
  • Always - Janie Worm
  • Friend - Janie Worm
  • Take My Hand, Lead Me Home - Janie Worm
  • I Dream of Days - Janie Worm
  • The Journey - Janie Worm
  • Teach Me How to Love - Janie Worm
  • Amelia - Janie Worm
  • Reunion - Janie Worm
  • Have a Little Faith - Janie Worm
  • I Can't Believe It - Janie Worm
  • Wind of Change - Janie Worm
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When I write music, I ask for inner guidance. Each song is a gift given to me that I in turn share with you. I’m grateful to the source of divine love for the opportunity to be an instrument and guardian of these songs. This CD was truly an act of love, and I am thrilled to offer it to the world.

Thanks to everyone who was part of this project in any way – talented musicians, financial and emotional supporters, creative artists, friends who offered inspiration and those who requested custom songs. You helped make this CD a reality!

To my partner in life, Sheila, thank you for filling my days and my heart with love, light, laughter and music. To my dear friends, thank you for coloring my world in unbelievable ways. I am ever grateful!

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All words and music written by Janie Worm © 2017. All songs co-produced by Janie Worm and Gary Mula at Buttermilk Studios and the Birdhouse. Mastered by Steve Turnidge at UltraViolet Studios. Thanks to Perry Emge for use of the Birdhouse.

Cover photo by Sheila Tallmon. Cover design by Janie Worm and Jules Webb, © Janie Worm, 2017. All rights reserved.

There are many wonderful singers and musicians contributing to this CD. Here’s a quick list in reference to the tracks on the CD, but to see who is part of each tune, check out the Lyric Page of individual songs.

Anne Ducey – vocals, track 10
Al Harris – piano, track 5
Gwen Howland – violin, tracks 11,13
Micaela Jensen – vocals, track 14
Mike Jensen – drums, tracks 5,6,9
Frank Martorelli – vocals, track 14
Rob Mitchell – piano, track 3
Carey Rayburn – trumpet, tracks 5,8
Jan Rizzuto – vocals, track 14
Marti Travers – Native American flute, track 4
Sheila Tallmon – piano, track 2; vocals, tracks 1,10,12,14; body percussion, track 12
Eric Vanderbilt-Matthews – clarinet, track 5; saxophone, track 8
Gary Mula – bass guitar, tracks 1,3,5,9-11,12; lead guitar, tracks 6,8,9,13; vocals, tracks 4,5,9,14; banjo, track 10; drums, tracks 1,3,8,11; pencil holder & bird call, track 13; claps, track 1; snaps, track 9; bells, track 3
Janie Worm – guitar & vocals, tracks 1-14; drum kit, tracks 3,7,12; harmonica, tracks 9,10; Douglas Fir cones, track 13; djembe, track 13; dumbeck, track 12; congas, track 8; Native American flute, track 4; keyboard, tracks 1,6,12; forks, track 11; PVC pipe, track 13; shaker, tracks 1,3,4,8; autoharp, track 1; ukulele, track 10; wash board, track 10; beat box, track 1; claps, track 1; snaps, track 9; ammo shell, track 3; Oxford dictionary, track 11; tambourine, track 9, banjo, track 10; bongos, track 4; wood block, track 8; gourd, track 10; djun djun, track 8, dresser drawers, track 12

Inside Notes

To say the least, this album was a joy to record! Letting our creativity flow freely there were many fun surprises and wonderful miracles too!

On the CD jacket, I forgot to include the dresser drawers that were used as an instrument in the raggae style song, Abundance, track 12. There’s a funny story behind why I played them on this CD, and you’ll find it on another page of the blog. =]

I would love to hear your stories relating to inspiration and creativity. When open to it, life provides some cool opportunities.

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