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The Herald

by Jeffrey Scott

Jeffrey Scott & HIs Amazing Band are back with the grandest in epicurean audibility delivered to your front door each and every morning - "The Herald" - subscribe now .
Genre: Rock: Glam
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  Song Share Time Download
1. To Be Loved
3:45 $0.99
2. Dead or Alive
4:32 $0.99
3. The Seven Seas (Bye-bye)
4:10 $0.99
4. Red Bouquet
3:15 $0.99
5. The Fountain
3:49 $0.99
6. Beautiful (Let's Sway)
3:51 $0.99
7. Pussycat Pill
3:33 $0.99
8. Crush
3:57 $0.99
9. Fiireflies & Bloodshot Eyes
3:41 $0.99
10. The Sphinx
0:54 $0.99
11. This Tragic Magic
4:31 $0.99
12. Forever and a Day
1:42 $0.99
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Jeffrey Scott & HIs Amazing Band are back with a thrilling brand new album entitled “The Herald”. It is a fascinating, dynamic and magical collection of songs that still keeps the enduring and melodic qualities of Scott’s critically acclaimed debut “Last Rites for a Dying Heart “ while at the same time it ventures into a new edgier sound. Recorded in 2007 at the band’s Long Beach, Ca studio, “The Herald” features 12 original all-new Scott penned tunes. From the good time burlesque opening of “To Be Loved” to the lonesome acapella vocals of “Forever and a day”, “The Herald” truly is the grandest in epicurean audibility delivered to your door each and every morning.

With 2005’s “Last Rites for a Dying Heart” being such a succes one would think that the pressure to deliver a adequete follow-up would weigh heavy on the shoulders of the band.

Jeffrey Scott : “ I think that the fact that we did the Christmas record between this album and
“Last Rites” helped loosen us up a bit. We had about month off between
the recording of “Merry Christmas Melodies” and “The Herald” and I think
that really played to our advantage as far as just each of us feeling
comfortable and prepared in the studio”.

Dave Coulter : “ Also, more than half of the songs on this record were developed by the
the band on the “Last Rites” tour so the songs and our parts were pretty
much all there when we started recording. That always helps.

Brian Netzley : “ I actually think that played a big part in this record sounding a bit different
than “Last Rites”. All the tunes were developed in a band situation and I
think the sound of “The Herald” really demostrates that”.

With “The Herald” already recieving rave reviews Jeffrey Scott & His Amazing Band will be taking their award winning live show on the road. With a national tour scheduled in early Fall be sure to look for them in your town

“The Herald” is available on 27 different websites, including ; ; itunes ; Rhapsody ; muze . and



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The best day of my life was the tragic day that a truck full of Brian May's guitars driven my Brian Wilson crashed head-on into a circus calliope, exploding into a firey, ashen ball and shooting out CD's all over the place. Jeffery can shred when he wants to croon like a siren, and lay down some phat glokenspiel. Netzley single-handedly restores my belief in the return of truly inspired, Paul McCartney-esque bassplaying. And Dave Coulier should buy a bean-bag chair, empty out all the fuzzy foam balls, fill it back up with Full House re-run money, and plop it down behind a trap kit glued to the frame of a fladbed truck that will drive us all into the new millenium. Tired of crap? Pick up "The Herald".