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JEREMY - JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE HEART


 
New release for 2009 from recording artist JEREMY MORRIS also known as "JEREMY". The new album "JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE HEART" finds Jeremy performing well within the "POWER POP--PSYCH POP--ROCK" mode with 13 fresh melodic tracks of power pop bliss. Following fast on the heels of last years highly successful "POP EXPLOSION",Jeremy picks up where that album left off. This time around Jeremy celebrates many of his favorite inspirations ranging from THE BEATLES, THE BYRDS, BIG STAR, THE WHO, CHEAP TRICK, TEENAGE FANCLUB, BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST, STATUS QUO, and Syd Barret era PINK FLOYD! The opening tracks "HOME" and "WHERE THERE'S A WILL THERE'S A WAY" (*in memory of the great late WIL WOODROWE*) are filled with classic WHO style guitar chord riffs amidst psychedelic sounds. Songs like "VANITY FARE" and "CHURCH OF BYRDS" are excellent tributes to the jingle jangle sound with layered sweet harmony vocals. Within this cd many interesting sound effects are tastefully sequenced within the mix-- backwards guitars, sounds of nature, layered harmony vocals etc..The spirit of "Revolver" "5D" and "Piper at the gates of dawn" are floating freely in the mix. Most of the songs range within two to three minutes holding true to the tried and tested power pop formula. Early reports agree that this is one of JEREMY'S best albums to date...sure to win many new fans and continue to please those who already know! Try it you'll like it. *****

Sound Samples:
Home
Where There's a Will There's a Way
Vanity Fare
Sweet, Sweet, Relief
Journey to the Center of the Heart
Walk Right By
Church of Byrds
Love is Gonna Win
Hurry Up and Wait
Sleep Good

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