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Hold-Out Your Heart by Jon Regen

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Album Title: Almost Home
Label: HiTone
Released: 2004

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From the 2004 release Almost Home, a seven-song EP of all-original material that showcased Regen's previously hidden talents as a singer and songwriter. Critics around the globe heralded the new music with unanimous praise; ALL MUSIC GUIDE awarded it Four Stars, and CDBABY proclaimed Regen has woven a tapestry of adult contemporary pop and jazz that reflects on the integration of intelligent songwriting with the elemental and unbridled force of the human spirit. The Danube Courier dubbed Regen the Miracle Child from New York, and High Bias called the EP a collection of solid tunes with instantly-appealing melodies and soulful vocals. Featuring Jonathan Sanborn and Eric Addeo

Track Listing

1. A Hundred Days 2. Hold-Out Your Heart 3. What Am I Supposed To Do From Here 4. Little One 5. Better Than Before 6. I Will Be Here 7. Only My Credit Card Remembers Where I've Been

Personnel

Jon Regen
piano

Additional Personnel

Jon Regen: vocals, piano, Hammond organ; Jonathan Sanborn: bass; Eric Addeo: drums

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Date featured

February 28, 2006

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