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Jamie Michael - I Thought You Loved Me #Posthumous Review


Jamie Michael died tragically in a house fire. He was a musical genius. He would just hear the music in his head and he would tap it out on a keyboard. He wrote most of the lyrics himself for the songs on the album "Jamie Michael Love & War". His mother Jannis wrote all the lyrics for the  song "I thought You Loved Me". Jamie and his friend Andrew wrote the music and all three worked on the arrangement together. It was professionally recorded in Los Angeles. Jamie wrote the music and the lyrics for "War On the Streets" himself. It was recorded professionally in Los Angeles as were all the tracks on the album. His mother wrote  the bridge in  three of the songs and  is a featured singer on four of the songs. His little sister Chrissy sang backup with their mother on the song "Surrender Your Heart". After Jamie's death his mother Jannis produced the album and submitted it for internet airplay. The album is currently playing on internet radio in Canada, France, Russia and the United States and is available for mp3 download on cdbaby, iTunes, Amazon, Google Music and can be streamed on Spotify and YouTube. His mother produced a music video for one of the tracks on the album.  Some of the footage in the video is from the original recording session. The video can be seen on YouTube. Just type in the name of the album and it will bring up the music video for "Loving You Baby" Jamie Michael Loved music. He wrote from his heart and his soul. Hie lives on through his music and his message touches each one of us in a very personal way!
"Jamie Michael Love & War" currently playing on Jango and Netradio, streaming on Spotify and YouTube is available for mp3 download on cdbaby, iTunes,  Amazon & Google Music. The album features his mother Jannis who also co-wrote some of the lyrics on this memorable album, produced as a tribute to her deceased son, Jamie Michael. The mother and son singer/songwriter team created a unique sound unlike any other heard today! View an original music video on YouTube of one of the recording sessions featuring the artist Jamie Michael.


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