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Jon Storm

conjures magical music from the air with his swirling synths, guitars and vocals. Time holds its breath as ancient secrets blend with haunting melody and lyricism into Sounds of Life...


His fabulous album
Storm Warning
Reflections : MP3 (3.8 Meg), 4:02
: MP3 (3.1 Meg), 3:19
Follow the leader : MP3 (3.2 Meg), 3:25; Real Audio
Your planet turns : MP3 (3.2 Meg), 3:25
Shades of scarlet
: MP3 (3.4 Meg), 3:38
On the wall
: MP3 (3.4 Meg), 3:36
Fortune's get
: MP3 (4.2 Meg), 4:27
The jester
: MP3 (4.1 Meg), 4:26
Remembrance of times past
: MP3 (3.4 Meg), 3:39
: MP3 (2.2 Meg), 2:23; Real Audio
Sounds of life : MP3 (3.5 Meg), 3:44
Dreams : MP3 (3.8 Meg), 4:06; Real Audio

To stream an MP3, just click on the link (but some players will download the whole song before starting playback). To save to your hard drive, right-click and choose "Save target as" ("Save link as" in Firefox). To save one you have just streamed, click on "Save as" in the File menu of your music player, before clicking on another song. NB If you are using a dialup connection, it's not worth trying to stream MP3s of this quality, as you are likely to get a lot of long pauses while the computer fetches the next bit of the song : so download them instead, and play them from your hard drive when they have finished downloading.

The Real Audio files are optimised to stream non-stop over a 56k dialup connection. You will need the Real Audio plugin, standard in most browsers. If it isn't installed in yours, go to the Ultraspace Real Audio Page for more information, including how to download it for free.

It was never about making money. Like a lot of artists, I just want my music to be heard. So I've decided to offer the whole album for free MP3 download. I'd like to thank the fans, whose encouragement and requests for albums motivated me to get this organised. I may add a few bonus tracks in future, so come back and have another look every now and again, even if you've already downloaded the whole album. Enjoy!

Click here for Storm Warning reviews and credits
Or here for Storm Warning lyrics
Or here for info about Jon Storm
Or here to learn about the other Storm Warning players
Or here to see the Stormzine - thanks Alex!

How to describe Jon Storm's wonderful solo album? Contemporary alternative binary folk music, perhaps. Gorky's with a hint of Fairport, thrust forth into the new millenium. A bit like Catweasel dropping into the heart of the "tribal gathering" (with a spiked drink). The Incredible String Band, in a big freaky electric spaceship steered by Sandy Denny, would probably set their dials for the heart of this particular Storm. Personal, oddball, beautiful and entertaining. A Wifty Wafty Fuzzy buzzy screaming dreaming edgy angry consoling and soulful Nantucket sleighride-ish piece of Art. Hard on the outside and soft on the inside. Yearning, burning, gentle and mental, mystical music.
Halzine, Summer 2000.

Love that dragon!Thanks for visiting. This site is constantly evolving and expanding, so do please come by again and see what we are getting up to!

When you are done here, how about :

Thoughts - expand your mind...
Some things to think about...

A Place for Tales - beautifully written short fiction.

ANOMIEThe enigmatic duo mesmerise and enchant with their swirling aural collages of guitars, synths and samples. Let them take you on an epic journey through the hidden doors of your mind to the very heart of genetic memory... Lots of MP3s for free download.

Jon Storm's Dictionary of computer jargon - at last, someone explains what it all means!

Then there's my HTML for absolute beginners - create your very own website without spending any money!

Trouble getting baby to go to sleep? Try Goodnight Baby!

More great links here...

Many thanks to David Griffiths for the use of his wonderful Java applets. (I'd give you his web address but he's moved and I've lost track of him). And also to Melissa Joseph for the use of her extensive photographic archive.

Found something that doesn't work, or that you just don't like? Maybe you even feel moved to tell us the site is wonderful? We'd love to hear from you! Send us an email to websites at jonstorm.com and let us know what you think. Thanks for your help!

Apologies for the removal of the nice clickable email links from this site, but I am getting absolutely bombarded with spam from idiots using harvesting programs which gather email addresses from webpages. Please don't let it stop you emailing me - unless of course you are a spammer, in which case may your head fall off at an awkward moment!

spam.abuse.net is a good place to learn about spam and what to do about it.

Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email fights spam in Europe. In the US or elsewhere, go to CAUCE.


Last update : 20 May2008.

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