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Bottles And Birds - Johan Örjansson - Melancholic Melodies for Broken Times (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Melancholic Melodies for Broken Times on Discogs. Label: Stäpel - ,Rootsy - • Format: CD Album • Country: Sweden • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country •3/5(1).
  2. Johan Örjansson Melancholic Melodies for Broken Times, released 07 June 1. Honey Pie 2. Bottles and Birds 3. If I Were To Love You 4. Down The Avenue 5. These Winding Roads 6. The Yellow Fields 7. Houses 8. Papercuts 9. Baby´s Blue Eyes Pointless Alleys I Rather Be With You In these days of Facebook and YouTube, it's quite unusual for an artist to have only local and region fame.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Melancholic Melodies for Broken Times - Johan Örjansson on AllMusic.
  4. Listen to Melancholic Melodies for Broken Times on Spotify. Johan Örjansson · Album · · 11 songs.
  5. Johan Orjansson is a star in his hometown Falkenberg on the west coast of Sweden, but only a few aficionados outside that region know his music despite three really good albums released since His new 4th album entitled Melancholic Melodies for Broken Times 5/5(1).
  6. Johan Örjansson - Melancholic Melodies for Broken Times () mijn stem. 3,56 (8) 8 stemmen. Zweden Roots / Rock Label: Rootsy. Honey Pie () Bottles and Birds () If I Were to Love You () Markeer dit bericht als mijn persoonlijke mening of recensie van dit album.
  7. Johan Örjansson: Melancholic Melodies for Broken Times Like The Birds ‎ (LP, Album) Rootsy: BRPLP ROOTSYLP: Sweden: Sell This Version: DOGCD Dogbreath (2) One More Time ‎ (CD, Album) Rootsy: ROOTSY Norway: Sell This Version: ROOTSY Bonafide (8) Ultimate Rebel.
  8. Basko Believes – Melancholic Melodies When we got the call from our friends at An Ocean Awaits Records in Sydney about the opportunity to work with a record label in Sweden to produce artwork for the new Americana project of singer/songwriter Johan Örjansson we jumped at the chance, albeit a little confused while we jumped.

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