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Parkbench Theories

Released on 03 September 2007

Artist: Jamie Scott & The Town

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  1. Runaway Train - Scott, Jamie & The Town
  2. When Will I See Your Face Again - Scott, Jamie & The Town
  3. London Town - Scott, Jamie & The Town
  4. Changes
  5. Shadows
  6. Standing In The Rain
  7. Love Song To Remember
  8. Weeping Willow
  9. Two Men
  10. Rise Up
  11. Hey You
  12. Lady West

customer Reviews

 Average rating (10 reviews)


| | See all TheRocket's reviews (2)

This bloke should be reaching the top end of the album charts with this album, but he won't because people buy talentless rubbish like Girls Aloud who can't sing, always mime and can't play any instruments.
His voice is so unique, like a James Morrison but even better, really husky and soulful.
I just hope people buy this album so he isn't dropped by his record label and fingers crossed he can release many more in the future.
He is also in Step Up if you aren't sure who he is


| | See all wallacebrown's reviews (1)

A brilliant album the more I listen to it the more I like it.
Jamie Scott is a singer songwriter with one of the best voices i've heard for a while and is a fantasic live performer(as are the band the town).
If you enjoy songs with meaning you should enjoy this.

 Real Grower!

| | See all jerseyboy's reviews (1)

A couple of good singles were released about 4 years ago, but no album appeared. However, here he is again. He really should be having success on the scale of the other male singer-songwriters, but maybe he appears too good looking to win that market over! He is trying to disguise his good looks and I hope that works and people listen to his songs! It's probably the one profession in life where good looks works against you. He should persevere though! I play this album loads unlike most others which get one play and are forever lost!

 Brilliant album!

| | See all marcjones's reviews (2)

i heard when will i see your face and loved it and immediately bought the album which is amazing! every song is brilliant! jamie is so talented, its a shame he hasnt had the coverage that he deserves! buy this album you will not be disappointed!!

 Simon Palmer

| | See all bazz1999's reviews (15)

I had never heard of this guy and took a chance after listening to a few tracks on a listening post in a record store. What a fine album. Love every track. Would really reccomend it to anyone who has good music taste. Well done Jamie Scott, who ever you are.