Demon Doll Records releases Joey C. Jones’ ‘Best Of Volume One’ album

Demon Doll Records releases Joey C. Jones’ ‘Best Of Volume One’ album

Demon Doll Records is at it again with the release of Sweet Savage frontman Joey C. JonesBest Of Volume One, which will consist of 21 songs.

Demon Doll Records‘ website states in part (with slight edits):

“Come one, come all – enter the world of Joey C. Jones!

After successfully teaming up to reissue Joey‘s original band Sweet Savage, Demon Doll Records and the front main extraordinaire are at it once again to unleash a 21 song epic collection entitled ‘Best Of Volume One‘. Spanning from his days fronting Shock Tu, Joey C. Jones & The Gloryhounds and many of his recent projects, this album has a little bit of everything for a whole lot of people.

With writing credits including songs written by Joey and Mark St. John (KISS), C.C. Deville (Poison) and Rick Nielsen (Cheap Trick), it’s obvious to say there are some amazingly crafted songs on this release. Helping with that crafting are producers Robin Zander & Rick Nielsen (Cheap Trick) as well as Dito Godwin (Motley Crue, No Doubt).

From the man that took Los Angeles by storm in the mid 80’s and graced the cover of every major rock magazine across the globe comes 21 songs that will blow you away. Dig your teeth into the Cheap Trick esque “I Can Wait All Night” as well as the hook laden “Summer Song” and “Over And Over Again” as well as the Led Zeppelin esque “Comin’ On and “She Loves” – and you have yourself the making of a monster release – and that is only 6 songs!. This is a great collection for all lovers of rock n’ roll…there is not a base that Mr. Jones does not cover on this record and it is an ode to his talent as a producer, songwriter and mind boggling vocalist.

Highly recommended listening and highly addictive!”

Track List for Best Of Volume One:
01. I Can Wait All Night
02. Summer Song
03. She Loves
04. Plastic Grin
05. 30 Silver More
06. Space Fatigue
07. Arsenic Bubblegum
08. Over and Over Again
09. The Role You Know So Well
10. A Thousand Bitter Days
11. Hey Strawberry
12. Falling Star Potion
13. Gimme Help (Euphoria)
14. All I Need To Know
15. Re-evolve
16. Broadway
17. Kiss The World
18. Sensation Of The Ages
19. It’s Everywhere
20. Castles In The Sky
21. Comin’ On

You can order Joey C. JonesBest Of Volume One at Demon Doll Records‘ website.

Joey C. Jones & The Gloryhounds‘ “I Can Wait All Night” video:

Joey C Jones & the Gloryhounds – Wait All Night

Vocals: Joey C Jones Guitar: Craig Bradford Bass: Christopher Torok Drums: Adam Hamilton Keys: Les Farrington Directed by Myke Zykoff Dallas, Texas Year: 1993 Propelled by slick production, epic musicianship, and Joey C Jones’ peerless vocals, this first single off the Gloryhounds’ critically acclaimed self-titled album found an audience on MTV at a time when grunge ruled the airwaves, and it stands as one of the most infectious pop songs of the decade.

Joey C. Jones‘ “30 Silver More” song:

Joey C Jones & the Gloryhounds – Wait All Night

Vocals: Joey C Jones Guitar: Craig Bradford Bass: Christopher Torok Drums: Adam Hamilton Keys: Les Farrington Directed by Myke Zykoff Dallas, Texas Year: 1993 Propelled by slick production, epic musicianship, and Joey C Jones’ peerless vocals, this first single off the Gloryhounds’ critically acclaimed self-titled album found an audience on MTV at a time when grunge ruled the airwaves, and it stands as one of the most infectious pop songs of the decade.