Mr Jimmy

by mr jimmy

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Mr Jimmy's self-titled second album. The album is an independent release and was recorded amidst the crickets and barking dogs in a converted shed on Wild Dog Road in Gippsland. The album was produced by Roger Bergodaz and mastered by Adam Dempsey and will be available in limited vinyl release.

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released February 9, 2012

Jason Freddi (vocals, acoustic guitar), Yoni Molad (guitar), Stephen Pascoe (guitar), James Field (bass), Alex Rogowski (drums)

Recorded at Wild Dog 2011
Mixed and Produced by Roger Bergodaz
Mastered at Jack the Bear by Adam Dempsey

All lyrics Jason Freddi, music Mr Jimmy and Jason Freddi, except tracks 'Big River' (Words and Music J. Cash), 'Sugaree' (Words and Music J. Garcia and R. Hunter) and 'Blue Yodel No. 9' (Words J. Rodgers)

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mr jimmy Melbourne, Australia

Mr Jimmy is a Melbourne band comprising three guitars, three vocals, five drums, four symbols, a high-hat and one double bass. His intellectual base is the blues and he claims to be the best band in Australia. He is James Field, Yoni Molad, Jason Freddi, Alex Rogowski and Stephen Pascoe. His first album, Songs About Other People, received extended airplay. ... more

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Track Name: Mr Jimmy - Gotten Used to Having You Around
I’d gotten’ used to having you around
I’d gotten’ used to hearing your lovely sounds;
I’d gotten’ used to loving you day by day,
But now that your gone, I’d like to say:

That I got used to having you around
I’d gotten used to hearing your lovely sound
I’d gotten’ used to loving the smile on your face
But you left in the night-time without a trace.

The morning sun sets upon my love,
She cries to herself—she never got enough;
I’m thinking over what she said to me
And how she never did see…

That I got used to having her around
I got used to hearing her lovely sounds;
I’d gotten used to loving the smile on her face,
But she left in the night-time without a trace.

Reprise:
I’d gotten’ used to having you around
In the night time, reaching out but your not around;
But now with morning I’ve come to see:
‘You and me’ just weren’t to be.