Scott and Michelle Dalziel | Another Roller Coaster

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Another Roller Coaster

by Scott and Michelle Dalziel

Acoustic Pop
Genre: Pop: Type: Acoustic
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1. You Find Me
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2. Imperfection
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2:54 $0.99
3. Feather in a Storm
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3:41 $0.99
4. Quiet Dignity
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5. Another Roller Coaster
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6. Just to Be With You
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7. I Think I Saw Elvis
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8. Timeless
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9. Ballad of Kate Shelley
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10. Now and Tomorrow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When Legendary Producer Bruce Swedien asked Scott and Michelle to write a song about Michael Jackson, they didn't know a whole CD would be the result. This 10 song CD captures the ups and downs of reality in melody., thus the title Another Roller Coaster. The Song " Timeless " will be featured in an upcoming documentary about Bruce, Filmed by Gareth Maynard. The song Imperfection will be featured in Bruce's new book, The Bruce Swedien Recording Method.


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Paul Garfinkel

Enjoy the Ride!
Scott and Michelle's music is solid and timeless. Michelle's vocals range from smooth and silky folk ballads to a rasp of jazz and rock. Scott's guitar is deceptively complex in it's sweet clarity and dead-on technique. The harmonies are immaculate, the writing is thoughtful and varied, and Michelle's djembe rhythms support the music with skilled fulness. This album will not disappoint. Why this duo is not with a major label and playing at Newport is one of life's greater mysteries...