JEFF SCOTT SOTO: Live Album/DVD Track Listing Unveiled
Former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN and current TALISMAN vocalist Jeff Scott Soto will issue his long-awaited live CD and DVD, "JSS Live At The Gods", in June/July through Frontiers Records.
The CD version, which is set to surface on June 23, will feature the following track listing:
01. 2 Your Heart
02. Let Me Entertain You
03. Break Your Chains
04. How Long
05. Love Parade
06. Stand Up
07. Eyes of Love
09. Again 2 B Found
10. I'll Be Waiting
11. Mysterious / Crazy / 4U / Nobody Said It Was Easy / Just Between Us / Stranded
12. Yngwie Medley:
Don't Let It End / On The Run Again / I'm A Viking / I'll See The Light Tonight
13. Good Love (bonus studio track).
The DVD version will be released on July 7 and will include special "backstage" video footage, an extensive interview with Jeff Scott Soto and the videos for "Holdin' On" and "Eyes of Love", with a running time of more than three hours.
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