The story of a man who is too cool for his own good. But can he redeem himself in the end?
Mark Phillips – guitar and vocals
Tom Williamson – bass and vocals
Barry Cogdill – keyboards and vocals
Jim Buehl – cajon
Chris Anderson – composer, vocals and guitar
Now available on our music page at http://www.jamachaproject.com/music/, and on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/jamacha-project.
How’d you get so cold Snowman?
How’d you get so cold Snowman?
Well you crawl out of bed with the setting sun
Cause the nighttime is when you like your fun
Put on your zoot suit from the secondhand store
Put on your shoes, walk out the door
Did your woman up and leave you in the middle of the night?
Cause you was out carousing with another man’s wife?
Or did you lose some money on a sure-fire bet?
Easy come, easy spent
Will your dog-eared copy of Soul on Ice
Inspire you to make a sacrifice?
To change your ways and be a better man
To take charge make a stand
The Meaning Inside speaks to the sources of inspiration and epiphany in life; the ebb and flow of emotion and perception. Composed by Mark Phillips, with suggestions from Chris Anderson, the arrangement grew out of our live performances and ideas from Barry Cogdill and Tom Williamson.
Now available on our music page, http://www.jamachaproject.com/music/, and on SoundCloud, https://soundcloud.com/jamacha-project.
Written by Barry Cogdill
Barry describes this song, “Love and Memory is a result of many reflections on my younger sister, who died many years ago, the concept of immortality, and what it means to embrace this fleeting life we live…”
Listen to it here: http://www.jamachaproject.com/music/
Hear this and many others at our live shows: http://www.jamachaproject.com/events/
Chris Anderson wrote this upbeat, whimsical tune, “Goldmine“. Performed by the Jamacha Project; Mark Phillips – guitar and vocals, Tom Williamson – bass, guitar and vocals, Barry Cogdill- keyboards and vocals, Chris Anderson – lead guitar, handclaps. Produced by Chris Anderson.
Click here to hear Goldmine on SoundCloud
Mark Phillips penned our newest release, “Lights On The Harbor“. A smooth and sweet love song arranged by the Jamacha Project with production by Chris Anderson. Barry Cogdill on keys, Tom Williamson on bass, Mark and Chris on guitars, Mark sings the lead with everyone on backing vocals.
Click here to hear Lights On The Harbor on SoundCloud
Barry spins an old style R&B song of love and happiness in “What I Imagined”. A joy to put together and a delightful new direction for the project. Featuring Barry Cogdill on lead vocals and keyboards, Chris Anderson on lead guitar, Tom Williamson on bass and Mark Phillips on acoustic guitar. Music and lyric by Barry Cogdill, arrangement by Jamacha Project, production by Chris Anderson.
Click here to listen on SoundCloud: “What I Imagined”
Merry Christmas to our friends and fans. In this note you can hear Tom’s composition “In The Country”. We hope you enjoy it!
Let us know what you think, and stay tuned because there is more on the way.