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Somewhere Between Never & Nothing

by Ends of August

A sidelong glimpse into the world of melancholy, echoed by the melodies of a man whose heart hangs heavy.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Disappear
4:10 album only
2. Where Ya' Goin'
3:26 album only
3. You
4:26 album only
4. Empty
4:12 album only
5. Sad Girl
3:01 album only
6. Pain Untold
3:33 album only
7. Make Love to Me
4:55 album only
8. Song of the Siren
4:16 album only
9. Indian Giver
4:52 album only
10. Feather
4:29 album only
11. Conversaciones Con Dios
4:11 album only
12. On
4:09 album only
13. Li'l Red Riding Hood
3:46 album only
14. Farewell Father
4:59 album only


Album Notes
Ends of August. This acoustical duo came together in 2002 to record their first album "Somewhere Between Never & Nothing". Jerrod Jones and C.W. Gagnon comprise the band, utilizing talented artists from the Athens, GA area to round out their album. The album possesses an earthy musical style that wraps hearfelt angst with straight- forward simplicities, but in the end, there stands only a resounding guitar, and a man's pain.

Okay, Jerrod Jones and C.W Gagnon who are Ends of August, have written some decent songs, sing on pitch, sing with emotion, have surrounded themselves with competent sidemen, have scored some top-notch production and have created a nice little package with their [Somewhere Between Never&Nothing] CD. So what's lacking? I'm not entirely sure anything's lacking but it does walk that line between pretty cool stuff and yeah, so? It's cool in a Neil Young sort of way and yeah, so in a ... Neil Young sort of way. It's hard to put a finger on it. The CD is a bit of a throwback really. No crime in that, for sure. But with the exception of some updated studio techniques these are songs that could have been written 30 years ago. Again, no crime in that, but there's a vague feeling of been there/done that. Of course, then you come to track 5, "Sad Girl" and it's hard not to be moved. What a beautiful song! What a beautiful sentiment!
Here's the deal: many of the songs seem to hover around repetitive, predictable harmonic patterns. Fortunately, however, the boys have a gift for melody, lyrics and vocal harmony. With a dite more interesting chord progressions Jones and Gagnon could well be on their way to being another Simon and Garfunkel.

-Face Magazine, July 2003, Volume 16, Issue 7.



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Eleanor Randall

would recommend highly to anyone - young or old
I purchased the cd and would recommend anyone to buy it, it certainly was worth the price!


great voice..you get lost in the lyrics..guitar work excellant
The songs on the cd have true meanings for all of us..you can feel the mood of the artist with his great voice ..i throughly enjoyed it

Tina Gardner

This is truly a great CD, I love the music, lyrics everything about it!!!
This Cd has a magical & mystical sound that will take you back to another place in time. I love this CD, I have already recommended this cd to all my friends. You must buy this Cd.