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    Posted: July 12 2011 at 23:43

(lifted from YodaUK and as a help...... no offense intended)


Hi Guys
Check out Jeff Green and his self financed first album 'Jessica'
This album tells a sad story but the music is uplifting with great guitar work.
The story surrounds the events leading upto the point of Jeffs daughter being still born. As a result, some of the proceeds from this album are being donated to the hospital Maternity Ward where this happened in Southend, Essex, UK

Please read the whole story in Jeffs own words here:
http://web.mac.com/jeffrgreen/Jeff_Green/Jessica.html

The album has great pedigree featuring Phil Hilborne on guitar (the ultimate guitarists guitarist) and Pete Riley on Drums (Wetton / Downes Icon and Keith Emerson Band)

And hear the album online here:
http://soundcloud.com/jeff-green/sets/jessica

and read Jeffs Biography here:
http://web.mac.com/jeffrgreen/Jeff_Green/Biography.html

Jeff is an American who now lives, with his wife, in Ireland after spending many years in the UK as a musician.
He also plays in the Ilegal Eagles tribute band... but the biography link above will tell all.

Jeff surely deserves a place in the annuals of ProgArchives as a prog artist with a great album and also has a the follow up due in 2011, called Elder Creek.

Anyway check him out and lets get Jeff the position amongst the Prog elite on this website he deserves.

Thanks
YodaUK (Phil)

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Andy Webb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 13 2011 at 09:09
Are there any full length samples you can provide? The soundcloud samples seem like a prime example of crossover prog but you can never be sure.
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I got the album and can provide a full bottle in the wine tasting room. 
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Andy Webb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 13 2011 at 09:15
LOL Only a few songs would suffice. I hear the prog, but with most of the tracks trimmed, I can't tell if they are parse moments of prog shrouded by poppier rock the rest of the way out or are thoroughly prog.
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Green is in.
The Progressive Rock record labels project: http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=85100
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