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Givin' Up On Free Jazz (CD/LP EJRC112)

    1. Bl'ast Off
    2. A Girl Named Lou Pt. 2
    3. Spain
    4. Fingers Crossed
    5. Another Thing To Lose
    6. All I Need Is You
    7. NJHC
    8. Ain't Good Enough For You
    9. The Ballad Of Sarin
    10. A Thousand Miles
    11. Izzy

Michael Venutolo-Mantovani
Thomas Barrett
Stephen Chopek
Jake Fiedler
Catherine Herrick
Will Hoffman
Geoff Morrissey
Jamie Zillitto
Scott Zillitto

"The Everymen inject each element of their energetic rock with palpable passion." - WNYC/NPR

"The best rock show I've seen in a long time." -

"The Everymen don't get enough attention for their earnest heartland music" - BrooklynVegan

"You can't help but feel that playing music is do or die for them." - Speak Into My Good Eye

With their new LP, New Jersey's THE EVERYMEN have come out of the studio with a record that is at times exalting, sorrowful, violent and embracing. Mixing the E Street's bar room party vibes with Rocket From The Crypt's swagger, The Replacements' emotions and Meat Loaf's soaring production, this is a record very rooted in influences that still strives and sounds inimitably EVERYMEN. From heavily distorted guitars to a chiming grand piano, from cigarette stained vocals to a gospel choir's calls, Free Jazz is as diverse as it is engaging and an album which won't soon be forgotten.

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