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New for You

by Herb Heins

Each song has a unique style and mood; progressive to retro, melodies and lyrics that seek the truth.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. The Endless
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2. Head Over Heels for Trouble
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3. Devil Put Me Here
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4. Edge of Life
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5. Red Letter Days
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6. Knock Me to My Feet
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7. Out of My Own Way
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8. Malita
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9. Fortune's Fool
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10. Lives On Fire
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11. Matins
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12. New for You
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13. Night Train
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A love letter made up of songs, New For You begins in those late night times, alone in those starless hours singing to my love of trials, ghosts and dreams... sunrise brings to my love songs of acceptance, forgiveness and hope..that love can be ever new.

Frank Deblase's Review from City Newspaper:

On his fresh new CD, "New For You," Rochester rocker Herb Heins offers up an interesting

juxtaposition with his guitar's non-stop rhythmic cabaret as it chops, bops, bucks, and careens

beneath his strident singing style. That's not to say that his lyrics aren't borne of a spirited

delivery, rather, it just seems that Heins doesn't feel the need to push or force feed. And he

doesn't have to. They'll sink into all souls present one way or another and in due time. It's this

casual confidence that reigns throughout this release. Though pared up with an acoustic guitar,

Heins is perhaps better known as an electric player. The intensity found in all of the album's 13

tracks indicates an electricity crackling beneath; an electricity that needs no plug to be felt; an

electricity that thankfully helps separate Heins from the dour moan frequently found in the singer-

songwriter set. Listen and you'll feel it, too. It's new for you, after all.

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