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Comprised of five singer/songwriters, the members of L.A.'s indie alt-country band Everest boast some impressive pedigrees, having played with groups like Earlimart, Sebadoh, the Folk Implosion, Slydell, Mike Stinson, Great Northern, Alaska!, John Vanderslice, and the Watson Twins. Sharing a mutual admiration for each other's respective track records, the five were drawn together by a common desire to make classic-sounding pop songs in the style of earthy bands like Wilco and Calexico. Russell Pollard, Jason Soda, Joel Graves, Rob Douglas, and Derek Brown first assembled in 2007, and connected quickly. Graves was especially excited about the instant chemistry, remarking in interviews, "I'm getting to play with my favorite singer, my favorite bass player, my favorite guitar player, and my favorite drummer. It's the band I've always wanted to be in." In August 2007, they entered New Monkey studio with Foo Fighters producer Mike Terry to capture a set of light, acoustic-based songs on vintage equipment. After only two weeks of recording, one week of mixing, and an afternoon of mastering, their debut album, Ghost Notes, was finished, and they started shopping it around. Neil Young's Vapor Records label -- home of Tegan and Sara and Jonathan Richman -- seemed a logical choice, and after signing there, the group made plans to tour in promotion of Ghost Notes, which was scheduled for release in May of 2008. Two years later, they returned with On Approach, an album co-released by Warner Brothers in conjunction with Vapor. The band toured ceaselessly in support of the album, but the Warner Brothers connection didn't last long. In the beginning of 2011, road-weary from constant gigging, the band was dropped from the label and set about the process of regrouping for their next album. Teaming up with producer Rob Schnapf, well known for his work with Beck, Elliott Smith and many others, the band set about on a very careful and considered recording process for their third album Ownerless. The album was slated for release on new label ATO in summer of 2012 . ~ Jason Lymangrover
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Everest

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Everest

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  2.   Let Go
  3.   Keeping the Score
  4.   Fallen Feather
  5.   Dots
  6.   Christmas In the City
  7.   I See It in Your Eyes
  8.   Raking Me Over the Coals
  9.   House of 9's
  10.   Into the Grey
  11.   Never Dissapoint
  12.   Letter
  13.   Rebels in the Roses
  14.   Hungry Ghost
  15.   Black Covers
  16.   Stumble Waltz
  17.   Tall Buildings
  18.   Games
  19.   Standing By
  20.   The Rush
  21.   Trees
  22.   Into Your Soft Heart
  23.   Only in Your Mind
  24.   Give a Little
  25.   Do You Ever Wanna Have Some Fun?
  26.   Catalyst
  27.   Unfortunate Sea
  28.   Rapture
  29.   East Illinois
  30.   Ownerless
  31.   Taking on the Future
  32.   Hologram
  33.   Reloader
  34.   Never Disappoint
  35.   Angry Storm
  36.   I've Had this Feeling Before
  37.   Far Off, Away
  38.   Revolution Blues
  39.   Letters

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