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Welcome to Zen Chefs web site. Click on the links above and to the right to see the CDs, look at the pictures, hear the songs, and surf the links to the world wide web.

Welcome to Zen Chefs web site. This web site showcases the music of Zen Chefs featuring: John Guadagni, John Spreier, and Steve Smith. It also features pictures of Zen Chefs. Zen Chefs have released one album to date including: Original Recipe.

In the beginning of 1992 John Spreier formed a trio called Zen Chefs with John Guadagni on drums, John Spreier on vocals & guitar, and Steve Smith on vocals & bass. The band blended reggae and rock with a solid bass, strong harmonies, and the foundation of Guadagni. The music abruptly ended when the witch kicked John Spreier out of the house and all of them out of the barn they were practicing in. John Spreier got the equipment out of the barn with the help of a sympathetic police officer in South County but it was all over for the band. The barn that they were rehearsing in is the origin of the name Barnyard Sounds. The neighbors used to say that there were sounds coming from the barn.

Click on the links above and to the right to see the CDs, look at the pictures, hear the songs, 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.

Cinnamon Girl
Come Together
Is This Love
Tokyo
One Person
Exodus
Lively Up Yourself
Reggae Medley

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 the Zen Chefs CDs.

This web site was created by John Spreier Brought to you by Barnyard Sounds

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