Jean-Luc Thomas

Jean-Luc Thomas

from El Paso, United States

Jean-Luc Thomas's listening history

Forget the first person, it's time to tell stories.
Every single sound source on this tune comes from a cheesy 70's Capitol Records promotional record. A great record, mind you, complete with faked dialogues between engineer and producer. At times, it's messy, so hold onto your faders.
Sudara does Pop. The vocals/piano are rough as heck, but better early than never. Amazing Drum love from Glu. Backup vox from Marlena Koppendorfer.
The last track I wrote in Santa Fe, New Mexico before moving back to Hawaii.
My first real attempt at a pop tune, written and recorded in Hawaii.
Rough and Slow acoustic version of the more poppy [lifeline glu and sudara collaboration](http://alonetone.com/doublemeanings/tracks/lifeline). If you like 4 minutes of the same 3 chords, you'll LOVE this song. Now that I have two microphones…read more
I do three things after waking up these days: I shower. I make coffee. I play this song and drink my coffee. Nothing complicated. Nothing fancy. Just some basic fingerpicking to test my motor skills and bring some aural sunshine into my day.
Unfinished rough draft from March 2012. I envisioned a series of quick solos in the instrumental section — an aural equivalent of "seeing the sights."
Formed in late 2013 around original songs by Nathan Strange, Ghost Holler quickly evolved into a full band - churning out slick acoustic rock and folk-styled ballads. https://www.facebook.com/ghostholler