Miami Dan & the Hayes Street Band | Jericho

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by Miami Dan & the Hayes Street Band

Mastered by the Grammy award-winning Mark Linett, “Jericho” is the third offering from Miami Dan & the Hayes Street Band.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Neighborhood
3:00 $0.99
2. Felt Like Love
4:17 $0.99
3. Jericho
4:26 $0.99
4. Keep Your Knickers On
4:29 $0.99
5. I Might Be Late
4:01 $0.99
6. Raised in Carolina
4:12 $0.99
7. The Last Time
3:22 $0.99
8. Ginger Rogers
4:16 $0.99
9. Brothers Forever
3:51 $0.99
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Album Notes
Mastered by Grammy Award winning engineer, Mark Linett, “Jericho” is the 3rd offering from Miami Dan & the Hayes Street Band. Featuring guest appearances by original Beach Boy, David Marks; Randall Bramblett (Sea Level, Government Mule, Traffic); Randell Kirsch (Beach Boys, Papa Do Run Run, Jan & Dean); Gary Griffin (Beach Boys, Brian Wilson Band, Jan & Dean, Surf City All-Stars); Philip Bardowell (Beach Boys, Jan & Dean, Surf City All-Stars); Marcus James Henderson (Marshall Tucker Band, King Curtis); Jez Graham (the Honeys, Summertime Blues Band); Brad Morgan (Drive By Truckers); and Barry Darnell (Barry Darnell & the Mobile Slim Band), along with stellar performances from Hayes Street Band regulars B. Keith Williams, Billy Ray Rivers, Patrick Yoe, Dwayne Boswell and HSB newcomers Brian Yoe and Sean Williams, “Jericho” includes 8 new original songs as well as the band’s first ever cover – a sublime rendition of the Leiber/Stoller classic, “Neighborhood”.



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David Mobley

Miami Dan's best yet!
I was recently asked to do a review on the newly released smash hit album ‘Jericho’ – by Miami Dan And The Hayes Street Band. Although I thoroughly loved the groups last CD ‘Star Of The Beach’ – I must admit their new ‘Jericho’ album topped it!... It is in my opinion the bands best effort by far to this point!! I don’t normally write reviews for albums – and I am certainly not a pro at doing it – but what I will do is give my best and honest opinion about it. So with that being said – let’s all dive into Miami Dan And The Hayes Street band latest CD – ‘Jericho’!... Track 1 is the band's first ever cover, a Lieber/Stohler classic titled ‘Neighborhood’ – and wow – this took me back and will certainly take you back as well to the neighborhood we all grew up in. The lyrics speak of many of the first time experiences with life, girlfriends – and just friends and people in general. A very nice – laid back easy-going song. Track 2 ‘Felt Like Love’ opened up into a little edgier sound and really kept my attention with the great hooks. The song is also held together very nicely with great instrumentation – and of course Miami Dans’s great super crooner style of vocals! Track 3 is the title track ‘Jericho’ – a VERY nice song. Couldn’t get it out of my head once I heard it which is always a great sign of a great song!... It starts off with a beautiful and super cool Spanish acoustic with some nice effect added (Beach Boy David Marks played guitar and produced this track), followed up with a perfectly placed flute riff – I really dug it!!. All of that – mixed with the awesome lyrics paints a perfect picture of a small town in Mexico chock full of romance and mystery. Track 4 – titled ‘Keep Your Knickers On’ – didn’t grab my attention right at first – simply because of the title – until of course I cranked it up and gave it a listen. It proceeded to blow my socks off!! Very upbeat with a super cool Hammond organ, horns, great rock guitar riffs, super drumming – and again – Dan’s outstanding vocals!! LUVED THAT SONG!! Track 5 titled ‘I Might Be Late’ is a very easy and bluesy track with some nice funk thrown in for good measure – kept my attention from start to finish. Also catch the red hot guitar licks on the bridge – very cool!... Track 6 titled ‘Raised in Carolina’ starts off with a beautifully strummed acoustic guitar and is set in a Beach Boys type style – very cool and laid back – def a “fun to listen to” song!... Track 7 – ‘The Last Time’ – has a very nice 60’s sound with some very cool harmonies featuring the great vocals of Julia Wolff mixed in and woven through the song along with Miami Dan. ‘Outstanding’ would be a good word to describe this particular song – very well put together!! I really enjoyed it. Moving on to Track 8 – we listened to a cut titled ‘Ginger Rogers’. Once again – I was pulled into the idea of the song title actually reflecting what the song was going to sound like – and once again – I was VERY surprised!... The song opens up with Dan’s signature 60’s style surf crooning and as the song progresses it begins to read like a book. A very nice and tastefully done number. We finally reached the final track which was written by a great friend of mine – Jemi Blue. The song is titled ‘Brothers Forever’. A real heartfelt song from start to finish. No one – and I mean no one could have sung this song like Miami Dan sang it – so much soul and realness in Dan’s vocals and in Jemi’s great and touching lyrics!... It was the only song I listened to more than 3 times – 5 to be exact – a very, very nice and soul touching tribute song that really moved me!... To sum up my review of the new ‘Jericho’ album by Miami Dan And The Hayes Street Band would be for me to say that the entire album concept was very well thought out, very well written and very well mixed and mastered!! ‘Jericho’ serves up 36 minutes of real and genuine 60’s pop surf music. A real 10 Star album with a ton of listening pleasure. -David Mobley, Songwriter/Producer