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  1. Pennies in the Karma Jar album-released in Please see playlist and purchase individual tracks below. Includes the tracks: Carry Me –
  2. "Pennies in the Karma Jar" is clearly the work of a mature band at the peak of their technical prowess, a group with nothing left to prove yet quite a lot still left to compose, to sing and to say. This time around Salem Hill have their hearts set on a goal more meaningful than earning more trophies to /5.
  3. Carry Me-Pennies in the Karma Jar Salem Hill ; My Gift To You-Pennies in the Karma Jar Salem Hill ; Fine-Pennies in the Karma Jar Salem Hill ; Stormclouds-Pennies in the Karma Jar Salem Hill ; This Lump-Pennies in the Karma Jar Salem Hill ; Why Did You Make Me-Pennies in the Karma Jar Salem Hill
  4. Salem Hill: Mimi's Magic Moment ‎ (CD, Album) ProgRock Records: none: US: Sell This Version: none: Salem Hill: Pennies In The Karma Jar ‎ (CD, Album) Lazarus Records: none: US: Sell This Version: none: Salem Hill: The Unseen Cord/Thicker Than Water.
  5. It’s been 5 years since Salem Hill has released an album, but in they released their 8th studio album, Pennies in the Karma Jar. This time around most of the songs are shorter, than on the previous two releases, with a few exceptions. The new album seems to have the characteristics of their past albums but in a forward thinking fashion.
  6. Fresh off the heels of arguably the most ambitious and masterful symphonic prog rock album of the band's storied history, Salem Hill follows up in with "Pennies in the Karma Jar", a collection of concise songs which unabashedly aspire to tickle our ears with tight vocal harmonies, move our toe-tapping feet with infectious grooves, and impress our 'inner musician' with tasteful displays of.
  7. Format: CD / Released: 01/11/ Track Listing: 1. Carry Me () / 2. My Gift to You () / 3. Fine () / 4. Stormclouds in Wonderland () / 5.
  8. A Fireworks Magazine / Rocktopia album review by Gary Marshall: Despite owning all their output, Salem Hill had never been a band that featured in my thinking for album of the year or even made it onto the shortlist for such an accolade. I therefore ran through their back catalogue and the realisation dawned that they had what I think of as a particularly American trait, a predilection for.

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