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Save the Ones You Love

by Heathcote Hill

Five new songs for Spring 2019 by Heathcote Hill from Mamaroneck NY. Follow our story on Instagram, ReverbNation, and Facebook, and thanks for listening!
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Save the Ones You Love
3:58 album only
2. Till These Troubles Pass Through
3:53 album only
3. Reckless Love
3:44 album only
4. Remember You Are Mine
4:05 album only
5. Never Change Your Mind
4:18 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Vocals: Megan Porcaro Herspring
Words, music & guitars: Tom Nelson

Drums: Sammy Merendino
Bass: Steve Count
Keyboards: Rob Arthur
Solo on “Never Change Your Mind” Ann Klein
Supporting vocals: Amanda Homi & Neal Coomer
Special thanks to Tory Ridder, Mike Bishop & Akil James

Produced, engineered & mixed by Timothy M. Hatfield
Recorded at Cowboy Technical Services, Brooklyn,
Harlem Parlour Recording, NYC & 311 Studios, Mamaroneck
ProTools engineer: Mauricio Cersosimo
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound

Thanks for listening

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Music and lyrics ©2019 Tom Nelson, 311 Music. All rights reserved. ASCAP.



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gem of a new five-song (20 mns.) pop-rock EP
This five-person band from Mamaroneck, NY really glows on this gem of an easy-going, 100% organic five-song EP produced, engineered and mixed by Tim Hatfield.

The songs are superbly constructed by guitarist Tom Nelson who provides the sparkling and gorgeous melodies and arrangements, as well as the meaningful and relatable lyrics. They may suggest trouble beneath the surface but they are ultimately comforting and uplifting.

Vocalist Megan Herspring is matchless in every way on these songs and a genuine pleasure to listen to. At times her sound is reminiscent of Tracy Chapman , but Megan has greater upper range.

The tune that stands out above all the other excellence is the luminescent title song "Save the Ones You Love." While cautionary about "be[ing] careful who you trust" in a "wicked world," it manages to be relentlessly appealing (with a hook to die for) and even borderline bouncy. Herspring's sincerity and deep connection cannot be denied and will have you transfixed all the way through.