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Scot Sax | Drawing from Memory

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Drawing from Memory

by Scot Sax

“If Todd Rundgren and Carole King had a baby and let the Beatles babysit, it might sound a little like this album...but then again, it's all Scot Sax.” Gina Frary Bacon, WXNA
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Where Do You Go to Cry
3:49 album only
2. I Never Loved You
2:23 album only
3. Am I Still Living
2:25 album only
4. Song in a Minor
2:41 album only
5. Writer of the Song
2:40 album only
6. See All with No Sight
3:00 album only
7. Parade of No's
2:40 album only
8. Used to the Idea
2:01 album only
9. Addicted to the Needle
2:28 album only
10. Missed Opportunity
3:40 album only


Album Notes
“A tunesmith of the first degree — and a Grammy winning songwriter to boot — Scot Sax can count consistency as a chief asset throughout the course of his ever-fertile career, one that’s found him both on his own and in the company of such pioneering alt-pop bands as Feel and Wanderlust. Consequently, it’s been clear from the outset that there’s never been an enticing melody that’s avoided his grasp, or lacked a compelling connection once he’s laid his claim. Both affable and agreeable, Sax’s superb new album, Drawing from Memory is, as its title implies, an homage to the classic pop sounds of days gone by, sunny assurance that all it takes is an affecting embrace to allow a song to shine through on its own. That said, it’s also a tribute to Sax’s exceptional ability to imagine those supple sounds and make them sound as if they’ve been in the ether forever. On that basis alone, Sax soars.”
Lee Zimmerman
Goldmine Magazine



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