Post Tagged with: "Jeremy Morris"

The Lemon Clocks – Songs From Another Time (2018)

The Lemon Clocks – Songs From Another Time (2018)

Hopscotching between the psychedelic garage rock of 1967 and the power pop of 1977, the Lemon Clocks remind us why those musical eras were so special.

Jeremy – Christmas In My Heart (2015)

Jeremy – Christmas In My Heart (2015)

A balance of catchy pop, hard-hitting rock and angelic calm, Jeremy’s ‘Christmas In My Heart’ is perfect for anyone who’s tired of the same old songs.

The Lemon Clocks – Time to Fly (2015)

The Lemon Clocks – Time to Fly (2015)

The Lemon Clocks’ ‘Time to Fly,’ released today, showcases a band that’s honestly as good as the fine folks they’ve been inspired by.

Jeremy – Not of this World (2015)

Jeremy – Not of this World (2015)

Following the lead of bands like Pink Floyd, Yes and the Moody Blues, Jeremy offers a freewheeling collection that transcends his influences.

Jeremy – Bright Morning Star (2014)

Jeremy – Bright Morning Star (2014)

Given the fact Jeremy Morris has been a seriously active presence in the independent music community for the past couple of decades and releases several albums a year, he is a widely recognized name.

The Jeremy Band – All Over The World (2014)

The Jeremy Band – All Over The World (2014)

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and owner of the highly regarded JAM label. That’s Jeremy Morris

David Myhr, Jeremy, Down Down Downs – Pop Parade Tres (2013)

Those familiar with this highly regarded series will be pleased to know the most recent segment hangs fast and furious to its practice of impeccable taste and selection.

Jeremy, Pete Best Band, Lemon Clocks – Sweet Relief: Love is Everywhere (2013)

Jeremy, Pete Best Band, Lemon Clocks – Sweet Relief: Love is Everywhere (2013)

Promoting a very worthy cause, Sweet Relief is series where all proceeds go to victims of natural disasters.

Beverly Paterson’s Best of 2013 (Overlooked Rock and Pop): Richard Heyman, Jeremy, Gary Ritchie

Beverly Paterson’s Best of 2013 (Overlooked Rock and Pop): Richard Heyman, Jeremy, Gary Ritchie

From Agony Aunts to Big Boy Pete, from Merrell Fankhauser to Richard Heyman, from Jeremy to Gary Ritchie, it’s been a terrific year for often overlooked rock and pop. Here’s my list of fun faves

Jeremy – Searching For The Son (2013)

Jeremy – Searching For The Son (2013)

Being prolific is one thing, but being prolific and having the ability to create high quality music is an entirely different animal altogether. However, Jeremy Morris is blessed with both attributes.

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