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The best kept secret in music


"InsideSessions/Universal Records"

Peaks and valleys, ebbs and flows.
Technically the music is recorded well enough. The recording and engineering
is at a level where you are able to accurately represent your compositions.
The playing is adequate and the musicianship solid. The only performance
aspect of your demo that might be problematic for you is the singing. It
isn't very musical. If that is your style, more power to you. Certainly rap,
hip hop and punk are not very musical genres so you may be okay. However,
your songs are fairly musical. The juxtaposition may not be a very workable
The toughest obstacle you may have to overcome is finding a specific market
for your music. Off the top of my head, I can't think of who your fan base
might be. I can't think of any bands that you are similar to. That may be a
good thing. It's great if you can carve out a niche for yourself. People are
always looking for new and original music. You do have to consider the fact,
however, that it may be challenging for most labels to find an audience for you.
Your sound has to be easy to place in the market or you will face resistance.
Just keep writing and try to find a middle ground between your style and what
you think can be played on the radio as well what can be sold in the stores.

Brian Wittmer
Director of A&R
InsideSessions/Universal Music Group - Brian Wittmer

"Foley Entertainment, Inc"

Your voice is great and very radio friendly. The melodies in the guitar
playing is very catchy. Your use of chords, picking and technique are
very solid. You have something here, clearly. With some polishing and
a game plan, you'll be more productive and have attainable goals set.

Thanks and continued best wishes to a fine young man.

Dr. Gene - Dr. Eugene Foley, J.D., Ph.D.


Zamora You Want, Zamora You Get - CD
Too many songs to mention!
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Feeling a bit camera shy


Singer/songwriter, and also the frontman for the alternative funk groove band "ZYMOTIC FLOW", Filipino born Jon Zamora spent most of his teenage life growing up in Singapore. He then moved to the United States at age 19 where he finally learnt how to play the guitar. "There was nothing to do when I first moved to New Jersey. The only friend I had was my uncle's guitar". Self-thought with a right-handed guitar, him being a lefty was hard to get use to. "I couldn't re-string the guitar backwards cause it was not my guitar. I couldn't afford one at that time so I stuck it out. Sneaking it out from under my uncle's bed when he went to work, I would pluck away. It took me quite some time in getting use to it, but I was determined. Music is a big part of my life. It's so beautiful when you could express your emotions through harmony and melody".
Asides from his band Zymotic Flow, whom continues to rock the East Coast scene, Jon Zamora finds time to build his solo project called...Zamora You Want, Zamora You Get. Jon Zamora gives you a different side of him with the company of his acoustic guitar. Enjoy the meaningful simplicity of "ZAMORA".
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