Jamie Ambrose

Jamie Ambrose

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Unique - Unclassified | West Sussex, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 562   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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PeterAustin9173127 posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Ambrose


Such nice simple music

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Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago


Thank you so much for listening, Peter.


Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago


Thank you, Peter.


Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Ambrose


This also rocks my world: 'Is Anyone Home?' has been included on another listener's Spotify playlist, amid songs by the likes of Joni Mitchell, Nina Simone and Aretha Franklin, baby! Check out 'Women Who Rock' here! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7 JTPMFQbOIS0O6Hrb7vnqL


   
 
Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Ambrose


'Is Anyone Home?' is on another wonderful Women of Substance podcasts from today. So grateful for and amazed at the intro founder Bree Noble has given to this song, which you can find at 00:08:57. Thanks, Bree, WOS and all those who listen! https://tinyurl.com/y7nb9esv

   
 
Ian Ritchie posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Ambrose


Hi Jamie, Just wanted to say, a big thank you for the review on "Realm" It was much appreciated!

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Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago


My pleasure, Ian. Really enjoyed listening to it - very atmospheric piece. All the best to you, Jamie


Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Ambrose


Hi Jamie,

Thanks for the GREAT "All-5's" review of my song, "Lonely Woman". Indeed, it is of the 60's and 70's vintage. I have had several people say they felt it was like listening to Led Zeppelin played by one-guy with a guitar. DOn't know about that.

Anyway, the version you heard was a "live version" recorded at Cowtown Ballroom in Kansas City, Missouri USA in 1971.

There is a cleaner studio version of "Lonely Woman" on my album, "Beetles Are Coming". SO, if you like this song, you will very much enjoy the whole album.

It is posted at my BJ site (As an MP3 file) or at my site (http://www.chetnichols.net 1 ) was HI-DEF WAV files.

If you do, let me know which songs you like.

Best,

Chet Nichols


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Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago


Hi Chet. I was blown away by the song - and especially when I got to the end and found out when it was performed and by whom. No wonder it felt 'real', in all the best senses that applies to 'real music'. And I'm not surprised to learn it was a live take - the energy was unmistakable. Thanks for the info about your album and website - I'll definitely check those out and let you know my favourites. Stunning lyrics on Lonely Woman, btw. I just loved everything about it. So grateful to e-meet you here and to learn about you and your music, and lookingf forward to learning and hearing more. All the best, Jamie


Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago to Kate Carpenter


Hi Mrs. Kate!
well i've hit the jackpot lately--you are reviewing ME, but you don't know it (mostly) and i want to thank you for the open mind--and know that my songs are ALL just made up, from lives every where--thankfully...and thank you again FOR THE VERY KIND words about another tune that just came outta left field...
peace sis...warren
ps--yes, none of us should ever be alone!!


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Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago


You're amazing, Warren. Stay humble my friend! I am in California visiting my 94 year old mom. Did I already tell you that? Here is a poem I wrote for her:

EpicDermis

Her skin is a sculpture
A study in textures
A wonder to stroke.
I gaze at this fragile fabric
That mirrors 94 years
Of living and loving.
This was baby skin once.
It was teenage skin
Tanned at the beach
Burned, peeled, restored
A million times over.
Freckled, this skin
Felt the electricity
Of my father's touch
When they first met
On a blind date ages ago.
Now he's gone
But the mother of his 9 children
Lives on
And her splotted skin still speaks.
Smoothed with love and lotion
Painted blotches
BrownRedPurpleTanGoldBlack
A Map!
Ancient Artwork
And underneath this frail thin layer
Blood still flows
Through tired veins
That refuse to quit.
My hand rests on the arm
That cradled me as a child
Worked to sustain me
Spanked and pained me
Guided, trained me
Now who can blame me
For the reverence I hold
In my heart, in my hand?
This human leather
Cherished, crinkled
Worn and wrinkled
This is my Mother
O God, how I love her!
I am flesh of her flesh
Skin of her skin
Amen and amen.

Kate Carpenter



Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago


You both are truly blessed...


Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago


Yep this has been a good time.


Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago


Hi Kate! I was trying to find a way to email you, but can only find this, so thank you SO much for the amazing review of 'Fathers and Daughters'. I'm delighted it resonated with you, and you were very kind about my voice; it is normally a little husky, but I was battling unexpected hayfever that day in the studio, so getting every note spot on was a challenge. Plus, I do get a blt emotional singing that one; didn't write it until around 7 years after my father died, in fact, so no: it wasn't performed at his funeral. But thank you so much again for listening to it so thoroughly. I'm on my laptop today, so will come back and listen to your work when on my desktop (much better speakers!). All the best to you in the meantime, Jamie


Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago


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Margie & Art Corey posted over 30 days ago to Fred Kimmel


Fred..we're Baaccckkk!!! Listening to "River Flow", you are a very diverse composer, very cool! Oh, it's the Corey's again.........just reviewing some of your other compositions!! GREAT JOB!!
M. & A. Corey.
We've left the lights on just in case you need to drop on by.............
Cheers.....
Us
PS..5 Stars & Likes........


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Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago


Hi Fred. Thank you SO much for your review of 'Wake Up in New York' - means more than you know, given your standard of musicianship and especially as you're also from the Bronx! 'Into You' is a stunner - really rips it up in all the right places. All the best to you, and thanks so much again.


Steve Dafoe - Songwriter posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Ambrose


Thank you for the nice words on "On Any Given LA Nite"! Very appreciated. Glad you like the simplicity. I would love every song to have a full production opportunity but it's all about the money to do so. Thank you so much!

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Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago


Totally understand about budgets, Steve. The main thing is that this works so well just as it is. Excellent piece!


Steve Dafoe - Songwriter posted over 30 days ago


Budget? What's a budget when it comes to being a Musician!


Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago


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Jamie Ambrose posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Ambrose


New and improved pro-demo version of The Same Christmas is now up. Check out the duet version - as it was meant to be.

   
 
MELVIN BARHAM posted over 30 days ago to Jamie Ambrose


Thanks for your generous review of "ALL IN THE GAME"

   
 
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