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Clem Snide — Songs For Mary (2013)

 Clem Snide — Songs For Mary (2013)

Clem Snide — Songs For Mary

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Ξ   Clem Snide is an alt-country band featuring Eef Barzelay (guitar, vocals), Brendan Fitzpatrick (bass) and Ben Martin (drums). Latter-day (1990s on) country rockers' barroom blues made otherworldly by Eef Barzelay's indie rock vocals.
Formed: 1991 in Boston, MA
Location: Nashville, TN
Album release: October 24, 2013
Record Label: Snideco Crowdfunding Package/Microfiche Records
Duration:     37:07
Tracks:
01 Put It Down     3:45
02 Grace     3:23
03 All Good Hearts     3:59
04 History     3:36
05 Like Lightning Flashes     4:16
06 The Ballad of God´s Love     3:04
07 What Is That?     2:36
08 There Is No Death     3:44
09 Magic´ Great Secrets     5:03
10 Goodnight Nobody     3:40
Personnel:
Ξ  Eef Barzelay — vocals, guitar, baritone ukulele, Funmaker organ, percussion
Ξ  Ben Martin — drums, percussion
Ξ  Tony Crow — piano
Ξ  Jared Reynolds — bass
Ξ  Mason Vickery — lap steel
Ξ  Pete Finney — pedal steel
Ξ  Chris Otepka — guitar noise and organ
◊  Songs by Eef Barzelay ASCAP/ Zahpwee Music
◊  Produced by Eef Barzelay and Mark Nevers
◊  Recorded and mixed by Mark Nevers at Beech House Recording, Nashville, TN
◊  Master by Yes, Master
Website: http://clemsnide.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/eefbarzelay
Bandcamp: http://eefbarzelay-clemsnide.bandcamp.com/album/songs-for-mary
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Clem-Snide/302825192452
Press: snideco@yahoo.com
DISCOGRAPHY:
Albums:
You Were a Diamond — CD — Tractor Beam Records — 1998
Your Favorite MusicCD — Sire Records/spinART Records — 1999 (vinyl in 2010 via Microfiche Records)
The Ghost of FashionCD — spinART Records — 2001 (vinyl in 2011 via Microfiche Records)
Soft Spot — CD — spinART Records — 2003
End of Love — CD — spinART Records — 2005
Suburban Field Recordings: Volume One/Early Home Recordings: Volume One — MP3/iTunes — SpinArt Records — 2005
Suburban Field Recordings: Volume TwoMP3/iTunes — spinART Records — 2006
Have a Good Night: Live Recordings 1999-2005 — Self-released — 2006
Hungry Bird — CD — 429 Records — February 24, 2009
The Meat of Life — CD — 429 Records — February 23, 2010
Suburban Field Recordings: Volume three Amazon MP3/iTunes — snideco — November 23, 2010
We leave only ashes — CD — 2013
Birthing Pains — 2013
EPs:
Moment in the Sun EP — CD — spinART Records — 2002
A Beautiful EP — CD — spinART Records — 2004
A Beautiful EP — CD — Fargo Records — 2004 (European release)
Clem Snide's Journey EP (Vinyl, Digital Download) — Bandcamp release — June 29, 2011
Singles:
• "I Love the Unknown" — CD — Cooking Vinyl — 1999 (European release)
"Ice Cube" — CD — Cooking Vinyl — 2001 (European release)
"Song for Bob Crane/Frustrated Poet" — 7" — Self Starter Foundation — 2001
"Moment in the Sun" — CD — Cooking Vinyl — 2001
Artist Biography by Mark Deming
Conjuring a sweet and lusciously melancholy sound that merges the tunefulness of vintage pop, the late-night vibe of cool jazz, the lonesome spirit of classic country, and the delicate touch of folk, Clem Snide are a trio who've gone through more than their share of changes since they first formed in 1991. Clem Snide were first assembled by singer, guitarist, and songwriter Eef Barzelay while he was attending college in Boston during the early '90s; the first edition of the band was created to perform his earliest attempts as songwriting, and the sound was dominated by noisy, punk-jazz-inspired dissonance with abrasive guitar lines and bleating saxophone. (Significantly, the band was named for a character in the challenging William S. Burroughs novel Naked Lunch.) While this early lineup played out occasionally and released a pair of 7" singles on a local label, Barzelay became disenchanted with both the band and the city of Boston, and the group split up in 1994.
Two years later, Barzelay had relocated back to the East Coast after dropping out of school (he grew up in New Jersey), and he was living with his parents when he got the itch to start writing songs again. Barzelay reconnected with Jason Glasser, who had played bass for a spell with Clem Snide, and was now learning the cello while attending art school in New York City. Barzelay and Glasser soon began working up new material under the name Fruit Key; after adding Jeff Marshall on double bass, Barzelay opted to resurrect the name Clem Snide, and by the end of 1996 the group was playing small shows around New York. The following year, the band began recording a demo, and added drummer Brad Reitz to the lineup; the demo sessions eventually evolved into an album (with a variety of friends and contemporaries helping to fill out the group's sound, a practice that would continue on future recording projects), and Clem Snide's debut, You Were a Diamond, was released in 1998.
In 1999, Reitz left the band, and new percussionist Eric Paul stepped in during the sessions for the group's second album, Your Favorite Music, which was released during a short-lived tenure with Sire Records. The group's relationship with Sire was through by the time the band finished its third album, 2001's The Ghost of Fashion, but Clem Snide's career enjoyed a boost when a song from the album, "Moment in the Sun," was chosen as the theme for the hit television series Ed. Several tours across the globe followed throughout 2002; however, Jeff Marshall grew tired of the road. He left the band, but went on to participate in the recording sessions for the band's fourth album, The Soft Spot (2003), which also featured multi-instrumentalist Pete Fitzpatrick. Pete's cousin, Brendan Fitzpatrick, stepped in to play bass shortly thereafter. For the band's fifth album, 2004's End of Love, they brought in a crew including Ben Perowsky (the Lounge Lizards), Lara Meyerratken (Crooked Fingers), Paul Burch (Lambchop, Paul Burch & the WPA Ballclub), Tony Crow, and Ben Martin (Lambchop). Hungry Bird appeared in 2009 from 429 Records, followed by The Meat of Life the next year..
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