ROYAL CROWN REVUE To Release New Album


HOLLYWOOD, CA - ROYAL CROWN REVUE is due to the release their brand new CD titled "Greetings From Hollywood". The disc is a ten-year retrospective (1994-2004), which brings together 15 tracks of previously unreleased material, both old and new. The track listing includes five tunes from the long sought-after 1994 demo, Hollywood Tales (now fully remastered), as well as new material recorded in the summer of 2003.

The album also features exclusive enhanced content, viewable in any CD-ROM drive. You'll be able to read the stories behind the songs, see exclusive photos from the band's vaults, and watch the rarely seen music video for "Watts Local!" The CD "booklet" actually folds out into a six-panel, two sided, full color poster! As of right now, RCR.COM is the only place you can purchase this CD. To do so, please visit the "Music" page.

Greetings from Hollywood - 2004
RCR Records (This is an enhanced CD)
Produced by Daniel Glass and RCR
Recorded at Private Island/Trax Studios, Hollywood, CA
Personnel:
Eddie Nichols - vocals
Mando Dorame - tenor sax
Jim Jedeikin - bari/alto sax
Scott Steen - trumpet
Mark Cally - guitar
Dave Miller - bass
Daniel Glass - drums
Song list

1) Hollywood Tale
2) The Contender
3) Bottle Of Whisky
4) Mugzy's Move
5) You Won't Need Me
6) Come Fly With Me
7) Hey Santa
8) Something's Gotta Give
9) Sunny Side of the Street
10) Lover, Come Back To Me
11) Too Young
12) Sick and Tired
13) Come Back To Sorrento
14) You Go To My Head
15) Viva Las Vegas

All tracks are previously unissued.

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