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“The JJ/Scott EPK Interviews Pt-1” (1990)

The members of JJ/Scott spill it all in these hilarious, funny and candid, individual interviews.

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“Signals Of Love Commentary” (2010)

Seven discusses the production and recording of JJ/Scott’s song “Signals Of Love”.

Track - 4

“JJ/Scott Live @ Zone DK” (1991)

This live performance features Seven’s group - JJ/Scott at New York’s Zone DK club. After the show, things get crazy when a man introduces himself to keyboardist Steven Augello as Mitch Mitchell.

Track - 5

“Recording Guitars On ‘He’s Looking For Love”.

Taped at Total Recall Studios, Joe Augello (Robin Thicke, Jennifer Hudson, Backstreet Boys) cuts guitar solos with Seven on JJ/Scott’s epic song!

Track - 6

“Who Stole The Soul?” (2010)

Seven shares some valuable insight and laments over the recording sessions for Public Enemy’s epic - “Fear of A Black Planet”.

Remember: These videos are HUGE! They will take some time to download, even on a fast internet connection. While you’re waiting for the download to finish, check out Seven’s JJ/Scott Slide Show.

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“There’s Always Time To Talk About hair!” (1990)

Tommy Thunder gives Marty Batey, Seven, and Joe Averso a lesson on Hair transplant concepts during a break in recording “More Than Love” at Metal Jaw Studios.

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“Tommy Imitates Seven!” (2010)

Watch as JJ/Scott Bassist Tommy Thunder takes advantage of an empty producer’s chair and does his best Seven imitation!