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Deliverance Update (From Jimmy P Brown)

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The following was an Official statement update from Deliverance-Founder Jimmy P. Brown concerning the delayed released of the highly anticipated new Deliverance album, “Hear What I Say”.
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Dearest D Fans,

I apologize for the slow down of the release of “Hear What I Say” as it was due for release this month. Some personal issues with family passing away, and other mitigating circumstances have prevented the finalizing steps of the mix and mastering. But, the album is in final stage, and will be released before the years end…

I apologize, but between all of these items listed above, and working a 60 hour work week, it has been tough to accomplish! None the less, it will be delivered… (pun fully intended)

Always,
Jimmy P. Brown II

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