Song of the day: The Well Wishers – "Here Comes Love"

Jeff Shelton (Hi, Jeff!) is an extremely generous man. Not only is he selling his band‘s latest album, Dreaming Of The West Coast, for $8 on Bandcamp (that’s a bargain right there), but a few weeks ago when he was accepting pre-orders of the CD – for $10 – he added a bonus CD to the order. Two CDs for $10. When I found out about that, it didn’t take me long to click the “Buy Now” button (approximately 0.73 seconds I’d say).

Here are a couple of tracks from Dreaming Of The West Coast:

The Well Wishers – “Here Comes Love” (2012)

The Well Wishers – “Allison” (2012)

One thing I like about Jeff’s songs is that he’s not afraid to use what sounds like about 19 guitars per track.

Tomorrow I’ll play you one or two songs from the extra CD that Jeff so recklessly provided with my order of Dreaming Of The West Coast.

Update:

Jeff has let people know (I was going to say “Jeff has announced”, but that sounds pompous) that he’s made a video for one of the other songs on Dreaming Of The West Coast:

Buy Dreaming Of The West Coast at CD Baby
Buy Dreaming Of The West Coast at Kool Kat Musik
Buy Dreaming Of The West Coast at CD Universe
Buy Dreaming Of The West Coast at Amazon.com
The Well Wishers on Facebook
The Well Wishers on MySpace
The Well Wishers on ReverbNation
The Well Wishers on YouTube

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2 Responses to Song of the day: The Well Wishers – "Here Comes Love"

  1. Curty Ray says:

    This has to be in my top 2 for 2012. I cant stop listening to it!

  2. Peter says:

    Splendid.

    Yours succinctly,

    Peter.

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