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Three Sides to Every Story

by Pancho's Lament

new album from uniquely simple melodic lyric driven singer/songwriter band with songs featured on many tv shows
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hey Love
3:55 album only
2. Sunday Morning Shine
4:23 album only
3. Let Me Love You
3:45 album only
4. Following Alice
2:06 album only
5. Can't Kick the Habit
5:29 album only
6. Love Is a Ghost
4:26 album only
7. I Am Always Wrong
3:34 album only
8. Nothing If Not Love
3:30 album only
9. Kaleidoscope
3:39 album only
10. Don't Forget the Roses
3:14 album only
11. Listening Sky
3:26 album only


Album Notes
First album in almost 5 years from hit songwriter jeff cohen (sugarland, evan and jaron, big and rich, josh groban, teitur etc…) and his band “pancho’s lament”.
Pancho’s Lament has had over 75 tv and film placements including the theme to the hit wb tv show “jack and jill”. This album features guest appearances by lisa loeb, chris barron and aaron comes of the spin doctors, annie clements of sugarland , lucy woodward and many other insanely talented friends.



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Kimberly Ferrari

Three Sides To Every Story
I originally discovered Pancho's Lament when I first heard the theme song on "Jack and Jill" and went on a search for the song that I couldn't get out of my head. Since then, I've purchased all of their CD's and haven't been disappointed yet. This latest CD hasn't left my player since it arrived. Jeff's voice and lyrics are amazing. It's so easy to relate to what he's trying to convey and the instrumental arrangements are a work of art. It's been several years since the last CD and this one was well worth the wait. I highly recommend it as well as "Pancho's Lament" and "Leaving Town Alive". It's so rare today to find a CD that I enjoy from start to finish, but this would definitely be one of them.