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Everything Anyhow

by Freddy Monday

Simple yet soulful melodies and hooks full of harmonies and lyrics that are honest, upbeat and from the heart.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Give Me Your Heart
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2. Please
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3. Rain All Day
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4. Everything Anyhow
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5. Another Memory
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6. She's A Teazer
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7. Fracture
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8. Who Am I Gonna Dance With
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9. Trail of Tears
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10. Not Satisfied
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11. When the World Is Asleep
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12. Poptop
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Produced by Freddy Monday

Recorded at Endo Music Studios - Babylon, NY; South Broadway Studios -
Lindenhurst, NY; Big Barn Bed - Lake Arial, PA; Media Sound -
NYC; The Process Group - Pittsfield, MA; Shrimp Boat Studios-
Key West, FL
Engineered by Freddy Monday, Steven Rinkoff, Mark Avnet, Rick Horvath,
J. L. Jamison
"Please" mixed by Paul Umbach at The Maze Group - Nashville, TN
Mastered by Andy VanDette at Masterdisk - NYC
Freddy Monday plays Gibson J-45 Acoustic Guitars, Fender Telecaster and
Stratocaster Guitars, Fender Precision and
Rickenbacker Bass Guitars

Cover Artwork by ZIG
Art Direction by The Hopnihop Group

Website: www.freddymonday.com

1. Give Me Your Heart (F. Monday) 3:45
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Banjo,
Tambourine, Back Vocals
Rick Horvath - Slide Guitar, Guitar Solo, Piano, Guitar
John Snow - Guitar
Phil Cimino - Drums
LauraJean - Back Vocal

2. Please (F. Monday, J. Snow) 3:37
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Guitar,
Piano, Percussion, Keyboard, Back Vocals
Rick Horvath - Lead Guitar
John Snow - Back Vocals, 12 String Acoustic
Johnny Dolenz - Drums, Mandolin
Joe Randazzo - Accordion
LauraJean - Back Vocal

3. Rain All Day (F. Monday) 3:01
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Piano, Bass, Drums, Acoustic Guitars,
Mellotron, Guitars, Percussion, Back Vocals
Rick Horvath - Guitar

4. Everything Anyhow (F. Monday, J. Snow) 3:44
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Drums, Guitars,
Slide Guitar, Tambourine, Back Vocals
John Snow - Harmony Vocal, Back Vocals
Johnny Dolenz - Mandolin

5. Another Memory (F. Monday) 2:52
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Drums, Organ,
Claps, Guitar, Percussion, Tambourine, Nylon Guitar,
Guitar Solo, Violins, Whistle, Back Vocals
Rick Horvath - Ukulele
LauraJean - Claps

6. She's A Teazer (F. Monday) 3:23
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Bass, Guitar, Tambourine
Rick Horvath - Oberheim
John Snow - Guitars, Back Vocal, Guitar Solo
Phil Cimino - Drums

7. Fracture (F. Monday) 4:18
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Drums,
Mellotron, Guitars, Strings, Tambourine, Back Vocals
Julia Monday - Viola
Rick Horvath - Garbage Can Crash Cymbol

8. Who Am I Gonna Dance With (F. Monday) 4:04
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Guitar, Piano,
Banjo, Tambourine
Rick Horvath - Slide Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboard, Guitar, Back Vocal
John Snow - Back Vocal
Darro Sandler - Drums, Tambourine
Ray Riso - Guitar Solo, Guitar
Ian Cameron - Fiddle

9. Trail Of Tears (F. Monday) 4:30
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Bass, Drums, Guitar, Wurlitzer, Piano,
Organ, Percussion
Michael Monday - Paint Can Percussion
Rick Horvath - Wah Keyboard, Guitar, Hammond Organ, Synth Bass,
Guitar Solo, Percussion, Piano
John Snow - Guitar
Darro Sandler - Percussion

10. Not Satisfied (F. Monday) 4:11
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Drums, Bongo's,
Cowbell, Conga, Shaker, Tambourine, Wah Guitar,
Organ, Guitar, Back Vocals
Rick Horvath - Guitar Solo
Tom Anderson - Drum Fill

11. When The World Is Asleep (F. Monday) 3:41
Freddy Monday - Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Drums, Piano,
Keyboard, Back Vocal

12. Poptop (F. Monday, R. Horvath) 1:42
Freddy Monday - Whistle, Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Claps, Percussion
Rick Horvath - Tremelo Guitar, Bass, Claps, Keyboard, Percussion

C&P2011 All songs published by Endo Music Publishing - BMI

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AJ Garcia

Shakefire.com Review
If you're a TV fan more than likely you will have heard one of Freddy Monday's songs. He's had songs featured in films as well as television and if you enjoyed them, you might enjoy his latest album release Everything Anyhow. Monday is extremely talented, playing mostly all the instruments on the album and writing most of the songs as well. Give him a try.
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Now This Rocks!

Freddy Monday - Everything Anyhow
Freddy Monday is an earnest singer/songwriter based in New York, writing songs that are strongly skewed towards the pop rock end of the spectrum. On his latest, “Everything Anyhow”, his instinct for melody and ear for hooks truly shine. This record follows his successful debut, "Words In Pencil", which features some songs that have been heard on TV, such as "Burn Notice" on the USA Network, "Moonlight" on CBS, "Side Order Of Life" on The Lifetime Channel, and over a dozen airings on "The Young And The Restless" on CBS. Another cool piece of trivia that I love – his CD release party for “Words In Pencil” was on the same bill with Colin Hay (Men At Work).

“Everything Anyhow” is enhanced with mandolin and the occasional accordion, offering a dynamic flair that separates it from most garden-variety pop rock albums. The production is excellent, with everything crystal clear and well-balanced, and Monday’s vocals have that reassuring boy next door quality. The CD opener, “Give Me Your Heart” is a pleasant although rather innocuous pop tune. It takes a couple spins, but this one starts to sink in quick and you’ll find that chorus shaking around in your head later in the day. First single, “Please” (video below), is more immediately accessible with its contagious chorus and slide guitar solo. The playful, bouncy piano riff almost makes “Rain All Day” sound like a Sesame Street song – one of the happiest songs to sing the praises of rain, and it is irresistibly fun for all ages. The title track is one of my favorite upbeat numbers with an instantly memorable chorus and sunny harmonies that make it soar. Additional standouts include the infectious “She’s A Teaser” and the 80s throwback “Who Am I Gonna Dance With”, but this doesn’t mean the rest of the tunes are less than listenable by any means. And don’t miss the gorgeous piano ballad, “Fractured”, which allows Monday to showcase his softer side…and his heavenly falsetto.

“Everything Anyhow” is a fantastic sophomore effort that helps cement Freddy Monday as an up and comer in the pop rock arena. Recommended for fans of IKE, Cliff Hillis, or Ken Block.
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Good Times Magazine

Freddy Monday - Everything Anyhow
Singer/songwriter Freddy Monday returns with this new 12-track disc of self-produced originals and collaborations (two tracks were written with John Snow) and a cracking coterie of backing musicians including Rick Horvath, Snow, Phil Cimino, and several others. Monday is a perennial in this area, performing regularly. As much as anyone, Monday has a firm grasp of pop history, and his overall style melds his keen radio sensibility with startling originality. Indeed, Monday's music sounds like no one else around, a real rarity in an area rife with cover band clowns/clones and tribute acts. This is easily the finest work of a young veteran whose best work is likely still in front of him.
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Long Island Based Singer/Songwriter Freddy Monday Takes Fans on a Colorful, Irre
True to the title of his new 12 song album "Everything Anyhow," the multi-talented performer has done it all, from touring the East Coast -- performing several times at the Nassau Coliseum -- to licensing many of his songs for film and television over the past few years. Tracks from his debut album "Words in Pencil" have been heard on the Lifetime sitcom "Side Order of Life," CBS' classic soap "The Young and The Restless," "Moonlight" (also CBS), "Dark Blue" (TNT) and "Burn Notice" (USA).

Monday also co-wrote the title track to the Sunset Pictures Film "Born To Ride," due July 24, with Vincent Alfieri from Deetown Entertainment. Alfieri and Deetown have been huge in the film soundtrack world, with songs penned for blockbusters like the "Transformer" movies, "Alvin and the Chipmunks" and "Iron Man."

Even though his fans and TV and film music supervisors are always clamoring for more Monday, he's the one aiming to "Please" on his new grooving, country flavored pop-rocker, which was released as a digital single prior to the official drop of "Everything Anyhow." In the recently completed video for the song -- shot in Chelsea to give it a distinctive NYC feel -- Monday "plays a woman like a guitar" the same way Paul McCartney did in The Beatles film "Help!" The song's co-writer John Snow also plays a riff on his 12-string at the end that is reminiscent of the classic Beatles tune.

Monday's musical history includes two iconic names you have most likely never seen side by side before: Jimmy Buffett and Davy Jones of The Monkees. When Monday's alt-rock band Sorethumb was down in Key West, Fla. cutting a track at Buffett's Shrimp Boat Studio, Buffett jammed with them at Margaritaville, where they had a popular annual gig every Spring Break. A few years after the Buffet coup, Monday snagged the always game Davy Jones to make a colorful cameo in a 60's mod themed video for his novelty rocker "I Want To Be Your Davy Jones," which received play on VH1.
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Power Popaholic

Freddy Monday "Everything Anyhow"
Native New Yorker, Freddy Monday is an experienced songwriter/performer that’s done tons of work for TV and film. He’s got a great knack for compelling melodies that will remind many of McCartney or Willy Wisely. Opening with “Give Me Your Heart” it builds to multi-guitar tracked chorus, full of nice jangling details. Its followed by “Please” with a roots based rhythm, but the chords of the chorus burst forth and makes it pure magic. A tinkling piano starts the atmospheric “Rain All Day” on one of the happiest songs about a downpour ever.

In fact, every track shines bright and grows on you quickly. “Another Memory” is yet another bouncy gem guaranteed to get your toe tapping. It gets a bit more rock oriented on “She’s A Teaser” and “Fracture” is a beautiful ballad Macca would definitely approve of. Things get looser and laid back on the albums latter tracks, which is fine. One of the best debuts this year, and a refreshing slice of pop not to be missed.

Highly Recommended by Powerpopaholic, Top Ten of 2011
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