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Scott Albert Johnson - Going Somewhere album mp3
  • Performer:
    Scott Albert Johnson
  • Title:
    Going Somewhere
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    1254 megabytes
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    1262 megabytes
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    1985 megabytes
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Scott Albert Johnson was bathed in the wide range of the American songbook, as well as the sounds of his 1970’s and 80’s childhood. That diversity is at the core of his new album, Going Somewhere. Johnson incorporates rock, jazz, blues, funk, country, and world music, mixed with thoughtful lyrics, strong vocals, and virtuosic harmonica playing, to create a unique, modern concoction of sound.

Scott Albert Johnson manhandles his harmonica with a master’s flair. He is a triple-threat artist who can sing, write and blow his emotions clear on out of his harmonica like nobody’s business. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Scott Albert Johnson on your desktop or mobile device.

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Scott Albert Johnson songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: Umbrella Man. A Bigger Gun. album: Going Somewhere. If I Only Knew the Words. The Yuppie Husband's Lament. Magnolia Road. Simply Human. The Best of Me. What About Your Man. All. album: Going Somewhere

Scott Albert Johnson has been around. By the time he was thirty, he had lived in Missouri, Mississippi, Alabama, Massachusetts, New York, California and the District of Columbia. But it is Mississippi that he calls home; it’s where roots were grown, and hearts were won. And it would be Mississippi that called to him, and to which he would return. Unlike many harmonica players, Johnson didn’t pick up the harp until he was in his early twenties, his musical education beginning sometime between the second and third grade, when, like many children his age, he took Suzuki violin lessons.

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Scott Albert Johnson - Primary Artist