When We Die, We All Come Back as Music

Guitar and harmonica king Jon Gindick has long been known as one of the most exciting harmonica players and teachers on the international scene.

His books on playing  blues harmonica have sold over a million copies.

His Mississippi Delta Blues Harmonica Jam Camps held several times a year in Clarksdale, Mississippi are world-famous.

His act as a single performer, playing harmonica & guitar and singing his songs has opened festivals, and earned standing ovations.

The music you are listening to is from Jon's  highly acclaimed new cd,  produced and accompanied by Ralph Carter.

Bulletin: "When We Die, We All Come Back As Music" was named "Best Blues Song of 2010" by Hollywood Music in Media Awards in 2010.

Jon Gindick's books, music and career are reviewed at www.damngoodtunes.com/The_News.html

"Song after song Jon Gindick laid one surprise after another on me. I have never heard anything like this music. It is so outright original and entertaining it’s hard to imagine why music like this hasn’t spread like wildfire across the planet! All the elements are there; great words, instrumentation and production – top notch. But that’s not even the kicker…it’s Jon Gindick’s soulful beautifully melodic choice of song structure – how the vocals dance through your head as a journey through an enchanted dreamscape of love, loss, pain, anger and joy like only a true legend would know how to deliver. Sometimes a crooner in the classic style, at times rough and raspy and others so subtle you can almost hear a secret you’re not supposed to know! I have not been this surprised by a record or an artist since we started this web magazine over five years ago. And this CD will become one of my most cherished – right up there with Layla and Let It Be. It’s that good!" -- Bruce J. Maier, Damn Good Tunes


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When We Die We All Come Back As Music

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All songs written by Jon Gindick. Ralph Carter produces, and plays many of the instruments.

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    [Lyrics] Bird on a Wire 05:19
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    [Lyrics] Wishing Well 04:11
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    [Lyrics] Easy Come, Easy Go 01:58
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    [Lyrics] Ghost Dance 03:17
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    [Lyrics] I Love You More 04:25
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    Jealous Kind of Guy 03:24
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    Maxine 04:05
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    [Lyrics] School 04:25
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    When We Die We All Come Back As Music 05:09
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  • mohadeseh

    mohadeseh Iran

    Hi. I am Mohadeseh .I am from Iran.I Love to play guitar. I Love shopping.Indeed Message to Iran reached. in the book. gooooooooooood.good bay.
    Hi. I am Mohadeseh .I am from Iran.I Love to play guitar. I Love shopping.Indeed Message to Iran reached. in the book. gooooooooooood.good bay.
  • sorena

    sorena

    سلام خیلی عالیه ممنون
    سلام خیلی عالیه ممنون
  • J D Kwan

    J D Kwan +82-10-5512-5312

    GOOD GOOD GOOD! 저는 한국의 정덕관 입니다. 트레몰로 하모니카를 즐겨 불었죠. 요즈음 존 선생님의 다이아토닉 하모니카연주에 매료되어 선생님의 명저를 구입하여 공부하고 있습니다. 양방향 핸드폰을 이용하여 30분씩 렛슨을 받고 싶은데요 전화주시면 대단히 감사하겠습니다. 아님 문자로 전화번호를 주시면 고맙겠습니다. 선생님의 렛슨은 저의 영광입니다. 기다릴께요. 늘 건강하세요. 바이 정덕관 드림 E-MAIL 7788kbe@hanmail.net
    GOOD GOOD GOOD!
    저는 한국의 정덕관 입니다. 트레몰로 하모니카를 즐겨 불었죠. 요즈음 존 선생님의 다이아토닉 하모니카연주에 매료되어
    선생님의 명저를 구입하여 공부하고 있습니다. 양방향 핸드폰을 이용하여 30분씩 렛슨을 받고 싶은데요
    전화주시면 대단히 감사하겠습니다. 아님 문자로 전화번호를 주시면 고맙겠습니다. 선생님의 렛슨은 저의 영광입니다. 기다릴께요. 늘 건강하세요. 바이 정덕관 드림 E-MAIL 7788kbe@hanmail.net
  • lance

    lance Bridgeport Chicago

    Playing the harp like a drum is greatest advice. playing a melody on a drum is way cool. singing like a drum- drum-druming w/ tripilets, half notes, arppegios, humming and a tah tah tahingness. W/ exhales, and mostly inhales, practicing to get vocal, hearing the harp speak a song hearing the song in the mind as it is hummed and drummed and...actually humming alot, voice is very very portable. Discovering that acccent country, blues, rock, folk intonation, like an actor learning, second nature to sound like person portrayed on stage, the whole world is a stage, becoming the voice, the blues the ... To actually nod and smile at first when everyone is nodding and smiling at you, because you yourself knows that you'll get to where you'll need to be because the end result is that they eventually will be smiling with sincerety when they will be enjoying your music. Very alot, sincerly, sir lance, aka, blues dance
    Playing the harp like a drum is greatest advice.
    playing a melody on a drum is way cool.
    singing like a drum- drum-druming w/ tripilets, half notes, arppegios, humming and a tah tah tahingness. W/ exhales, and mostly inhales, practicing to get vocal, hearing the harp speak a song hearing the song in the mind as it is hummed and drummed and...actually humming alot, voice is very very portable. Discovering that acccent country, blues, rock, folk intonation, like an actor learning, second nature to sound like person portrayed on stage, the whole world is a stage, becoming the voice, the blues the ... To actually nod and smile at first when everyone is nodding and smiling at you, because you yourself knows that you'll get to where you'll need to be because the end result is that they eventually will be smiling with sincerety when they will be enjoying your music. Very alot, sincerly, sir lance, aka, blues dance
  • sir lance

    sir lance Bridgeport

    Seriously! Forever.
    Seriously! Forever.
  • Sir Lance very alot (because i am not nothing)

    Sir Lance very alot (because i am not nothing) Bridgeport Chicago

    A tear just dropped out of me eye reading me last comment. Jon, sincerely, right now, seriously, I should listen to the CD from "Harmonica Americana". The music, voice, and guitar, would break the depressive spell of someone off their meds. ( it is ok, I am still on meds. Doing great and even greatest after listening to wholesome music, much love, must appreciation, much music, your harp pal, Sir Lance very alot ( because I am not nothing) aka,blues dance. See you when we come back. Love you forever
    A tear just dropped out of me eye reading me last comment. Jon, sincerely, right now, seriously, I should listen to the CD from "Harmonica Americana". The music, voice, and guitar, would break the depressive spell of someone off their meds. ( it is ok, I am still on meds. Doing great and even greatest after listening to wholesome music, much love, must appreciation, much music, your harp pal, Sir Lance very alot ( because I am not nothing) aka,blues dance. See you when we come back. Love you forever
  • Scott Canadas

    Scott Canadas Uk west sussex England

    Hi I like the way you play harmonica effortlessly and when I play along to your CD I have great fun. Never stop playing. I got inspired to play harmonica by Dan Gage and he told me about your books and your musicaly hopeful book I great.
    Hi I like the way you play harmonica effortlessly and when I play along to your CD I have great fun. Never stop playing. I got inspired to play harmonica by Dan Gage and he told me about your books and your musicaly hopeful book I great.
  • Scott Canadas

    Scott Canadas UK

    Jon Gindick is great have been going though the musicaly hopless just great and the Ghost Dance I great I hope to be as good as you one day I am 16 almost17
    Jon Gindick is great have been going though the musicaly hopless just great and the Ghost Dance I great I hope to be as good as you one day I am 16 almost17
  • Fernando

    Fernando South of Spain

    Just to say "Thank You"
    Just to say "Thank You"
  • Robert

    Robert Chicago

    John Gindick is AMAZING!
    John Gindick is AMAZING!