Nomadic is from my upcoming album releasing on August 28th, 2020!   Stream or purchase Nomadic here.

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Jef Kearns’ latest release sees his flute “Breathe” new life into the song of the same namesake as well as his song “Don’t Make Me Wait” by adding a Chinese flute part performed by Lipeng Wu (written by Harlin Sun.) Both compositions are a part of his Amazon bestseller album, Soulfisticated. “These songs were originally written and recorded at a time when I lost one of the loves of my life.

Don’t Make Me Wait could well have been truncated from ‘Don’t make me wait for you to come back.’ I wrote the melody to this song. Breathe is more of a near resignation to the loss with a slight lingering of longing for past romance.

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This project has been made possible in part by Factor (The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings) with support from Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters.

This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.

Get it here.

Jef Kearns’ latest release sees his flute “Breathe” new life into the song of the same namesake as well as his song “Don’t Make Me Wait” by adding a Chinese flute part performed by Lipeng Wu (written by Harlin Sun.) Both compositions were a part of his Amazon bestseller album, Soulfisticated. “These songs were originally written and recorded at a time when I lost one of the loves of my life.

Don’t Make Me Wait could well have been truncated from ‘Don’t make me wait for you to come back.’ I wrote the melody to this song. Breathe is more of a near resignation to the loss with a slight lingering of longing for past romance.

The vocalist on the original recording (Lisa Michelle) wrote the melody and lyric. I recorded this alternate instrumental version because that is how I perform the song at shows. I also wanted to showcase on record the emotion I attach to it from the situation I was in.”

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This project has been made possible in part by Factor (the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings) with support from Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters.

This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada