Here Is My Heart

by J Prozac

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This is the debut solo release by J Prozac. A ten song album showcasing a softer and more intimate side of his writing and musical presentation than that of The Prozacs. The album was recorded and mixed, off and on over the course of 2 years with musical appearances by area friends/musicians, helping in rounding out the final renditions.

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released December 3, 2013

Physical release on limited cassette and CD by Jolly Ronnie Records.

Recorded and mixed at Black Coffee Sound by Clay Neely between the summer of 2011 and spring 2013.
Produced by J Prozac and Clay Neely.

"Don't Go" recorded and mixed by Chris Greenwood at his home studio during Christmas week 2010.
Guitar and vocal tracks on "Call In Sick" recorded by Rob Sarno in the fall of 2010 in his spare bedroom.
"A Boy And His bike" was originally written and arranged as "Saveface" by (J. Gauvin, S. Jones, D. McCurdy)
"When I was Two" was inspired by a poem written by Darlene Gauvin using the original words written in the late 1970's.
"From My Heart" originally done as an unreleased/unfinished demo with The GrandPrixx in the winter of 2001.

Mastered and sequenced in the spring of 2013 by Jim Fogerty at Zing Recording in Westfield, MA.

J Prozac: vocals, guitar, bass
Clay Neely: drums, keys, guitars,percussion
Adam Taylor: guitars, bass, backing vocals
Jed Dion: guitars, backing vocals
Josh Thomson: bass, backing vocals
Rob Sarno: guitars
Chris Greenwood: guitars, keys

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J Prozac Westfield, Massachusetts

J Prozac is the singer/guitarist/songwriter of the punk rock bands, The Prozacs & Stiletto Bomb. J's solo project is an alternate vessel for releasing new music and playing with a different musicians, taking some different directions on the traditional Prozacs sound. Maybe very different at times, maybe not different at all on other occasions. It's all about the rock and roll, right? Enjoy ... more

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