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Farewell, My Sweet Alibi

by Jeffrey Simmons

Singer-songwriter/Melancholic pop rock
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Half Dollar
4:13 album only
2. Paperweight
4:49 album only
3. Blueprints
3:51 album only
4. Tall Tales
4:44 album only
5. Lovely Liar
3:33 album only
6. Disguise
3:30 album only
7. See Saw Heart
3:18 album only
8. Expecting Rain
5:12 album only
9. Glad to Be Here
4:42 album only
10. Farewell, My Sweet Alibi
3:12 album only


Album Notes

Jeffrey Simmons creates classic Pop music in the tradition of Harry Nilsson, Emitt Rhodes, Wilco and Coldplay, complete with varied instrumental arrangements and rich vocals. After the non-release of his first album, "The Failure of the Horse and Buggy" in 1999, Jeffrey decided to rethink his studio approach. Instead of doing everything himself, he brought in his newly formed Symptoms into the studio. The result was "Almost...all the way...down" released by Soda Pop Records in 2003. Fast-forward to 2005 where Jeffrey went returned to the studio alone to write, record and produce his newest solo album "Farewell, My Sweet Alibi", coming out on Kool Kat Musikin March 2006.
Web: www.jeffreysimmons.com

"Jeffrey Simmons has crafted a solo album that is daring and ambitious and utterly user-friendly and melding them into a wholly original construction" -
James Lien, CMJ Industry Weeklyfor "Failure of the Horse and Buggy"

"This is pop genius we haven't heard since Andy Partridge."
-Amanda Nichols, The Noisefor "Almost...all the way...down"

"This group of 11 songs brings the listener on a tour of Simmons’ multi-faceted writing and singing talent."
-Mary Hamilton, Somerville Newsfor "Almost...all the way...down"

"Failure of the Horse and Buggy is close to pop perfection"
-Rob Christensen, Tape Op Magazinefor "Failure of the Horse and Buggy”



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Magic - 2006 Top Ten guaranteed
Had no idea what to expect and I'm blown away by the songcraft and good times feel of this album. Simply stunning and guaranteed to make my Top Ten albums of 2006.