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Welcome to Allagash's web site. Click on the links above and to the right to see the CDs, look at the pictures, read the lyrics, hear the songs, view the videos, and surf the links to the world wide web.

Welcome to Allagash's web site. This web site showcases the music of Allagash featuring: John Guadagni, Jon Jelleyman, and John Spreier. It also features pictures and video performances of Allagash. Allagash has released eight albums to date including: Live at Gullivers, Live at the Rustic Well, Live at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel, Cover Boys, Hello Again, The Last Gig - First Set, The Last Gig - Second Set, and The Last Gig - Third Set.

In the autumn of 1983 an Englishman named Jon Jelleyman arrived to the shores of Rhode Island just in time to astound all with his guitar pyrotechnics, skank & bubble, soulful vocals, frightfully funky bass, impressive songwriting, and expert engineering. Guadagni, Jelleyman, and Spreier formed a band named Allagash. Jelleyman became a musical mentor for Guadagni and Spreier leading them on a musical trip to Jamaica for reggae with frequent syncopated stops in Great Britain for roots rock. It was essentially a musical Zen philosophy. The absence of sound in music was taught to be the most important of all. Rhythm is made up of the spaces between the notes. It is the sound of one hand clapping that allows one to appreciate the sound of two hands clapping in time. Jelleyman joined Maasai in 1984. Guadagni and Spreier becames the audio engineers for Maasai's live performances. Guadagni and Jelleyman joined the Wilson Blue and the Blue Roots Reggae Band in 1985. Blue proved to be more efficient at getting gigs so the band split up. Their last performance was at The Rustic Well in Smithfield, R.I. on March 3, 1986.

Click on the links above and to the right to see the CDs, look at the pictures, read the lyrics, hear the songs, view the videos, and surf the links to the world wide web.

Click on the links below to download the songs encoded as to download the songs encoded as WMA (Windows Media Audio) files.

Take Me to the River
Superstition
Taxi Driver
Europa (Earth's Cry - Heaven's Smile)
I Don't Want to Wait In Vain
Hungry Heart
My Love is You
Jean Jeannie
Mix Up, Mix Up
Walking The Dog

Click on the links above to download the songs encoded as WMA (Windows Media Audio) files.

Unlike other websites, Barnyard Sounds always provides the entire song (not just clips) encoded in Windows Media Audio format (WMA) for your listening pleasure. In addition to the music we also provide the lyrics and the graphics for the CD. Barnyard Sounds believes that the internet is the radio of the 21st Century and that listening to music on the web should be free. If you would like to own the CDs, you can pay for them. Click here to purchase Allagash's CDs.

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