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Come In, Come In:  Live!
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Hilary Scott — Come In, Come In: Live!
Release date : Jan. 01, 2003
Label : Belltown Records, Inc.
  1. Lay Your Burden Down
  2. Blind Me
  3. Jezebel
  4. Sacrifice
  5. Last Day of Our Acquaintance
  6. Brave New World
  7. My Friend
  8. People On A Train
  9. Find Heaven
  10. Calls From Springfield (Live piano cut)


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Ephemeral Zeppelin-inspired female vocals, blues-folk-rock infused tunes, and intelligent, soulful lyrics.

“Last Day Of Our Acquaintance”

This CD is full of all-new, never-before-released material. Hilary did it BACKWARDS this time! You won’t be hearing live versions of previously released songs, you’ll hear all new songs, recorded for the first time, LIVE! You have to hear this CD for such glowing moments as the amazing harmonica solo in track #5, ‘Last Day of Our Acquaintance, (you’ve got to hear how Hilary and band ‘convert’ this Sinead tune), Hilary’s piano/vocal version of one of her fans’ favorites, “Calls From Springfield,” and the amazing Zeppelin-esque vocal/electric guitar call and response of “People on a Train.”  ‘Come In Come In: LIVE’ is one of the most successful “experiments” of her career to date.

This live album was recorded in a one-hour session in a studio environment with fans of Hilary and her band there to create a venue feel.  These ten songs, with their energy, passion, and full sound, catch the listener and don’t let go.

“It’s Hilary’s voice that captures me most…she does this incredibly lovely lilting thing with her voice that Sarah McLachlan sometimes does…and others have attempted unsuccessfully, but Hilary’s got it… I look forward to hearing more of Hilary Scott. I wouldn’t be surprised if I heard her on the radio soon (as long as Clear Channel doesn’t buy up all the stations, that is).” – Amy, Producer of Collected Sounds

“If you haven’t seen The Hilary Scott Band live, you’re missing out on one of the best bands to have ever been formed in the Midwest.” – Starshine, from