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The members of LA's Everest have worked with or been members of Sebadoh, The Folk Implosion, Earlimart, Mike Stinson, Slydell, John Vanderslice, and The Watson Twins. Deluxe LP pressed on 180-gram vinyl. "Everest? Hellfire" - Radio Free Silverlake.
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  • Audio CD (May 6, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Vapor Records
  • ASIN: B0015X6QR2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #359,030 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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What a great new band. Everest breaks the mould of the top 40 jungle and offers a refreshing jump back to great musical times. Full of talent and a spectacular live band.

In addition to catchy tunes that carry you along a musical journey from beginning to end, the recorded sound quality is amazing. Think warm vintage sounding Skynnard or CCR with a modern high resolution touch.

If you are a vinylphile then definitely get the vinyl (yes vinyl!) in addition to the CD.
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This is a warm, honest and wonderful album. Everest gives the listener everything they could want in one sitting. There are grooves that won't let you go (Into your soft heart, I see it in your eyes), soulful melodies (rebels in the roses, angry storm) and songs that show what rock music should be (reloader, stumble waltz). If you like Neil Young, Ryan Adams and any of the alt-country stuff out there you will love Everest!
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Ghost Notes is the kind of record that most bands long ago forsook in favor of a quick, platinum single and a whole lot of filler. Musically and lyrically talented, with a meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship, Everest's debut is one that requires multiple listens to uncover each subtle layer. The fact that they have been signed by Neil Young's Vapor Records should tell you a whole lot about the band's style; they are interested in telling a story, not to mention making some of the best country-tinged rock `n roll this side of My Morning Jacket.

Easily the most musically affecting song, "Rebels In The Roses" opens the album with a gentle acoustic strum accompanied by a forlorn electric guitar lick before singer Russell Pollard's roughened voice pleads "if you find me / I'll be yours in a heartbeat." The song rumbles along on a slow-burning guitar melody that supports Pollard's versatile voice instead of overwhelming it. A mix of modern and past, the song evokes a sense of nostalgia and sounds like a classic rock masterpiece while at the same time feeling like a breath of fresh air. And the guitar solo is epic, crunching, and perfectly placed.

The starting four songs is one of the best opening sequences of any record I've heard in recent memory, with "Rebels in the Roses" leading into the galloping "Trees" and following with the catchy, Elliott-Smith-via-Nashville "Into Your Soft Heart." And the clear single material "Reloader" that ends the streak is the most accessible tune, a fast-paced distorted guitar anthem that will leave its chorus stuck in your head for days.

"Only In Your Mind" slows back the tempo a bit, but its stately beat and tasteful guitar keep the song from dragging.
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Why aren't these guys famous? I saw them perform before a small audience in Minneapolis. To their credit, they put on a fine show and seemed genuinely appreciative that anyone had come to see them at all. But really, this is one of the better debut albums I've heard. They play straightforward dreamy folk-rock, that still manages to be interesting lyrically and musically. It's unpretentious and beautiful. (Check out Angry Storm or Stumble Waltz.) They're not breaking new ground (how many are?), but if there's a better album of this genre that's come out in the last 5 (or maybe even 10) years, I can't think of it.
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