Jeff Stone | Life, Death, Love, Hate, Hope, And Bad Apartments

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Life, Death, Love, Hate, Hope, And Bad Apartments

by Jeff Stone

Quirk rock antislick. the white stripes and beck meet simon and garfunkel and they all move to halifax.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Life Is This (Karma Added Up)
2:35 $0.99
2. The Me In Melancholy
2:29 $0.99
3. Easy Listening
3:16 $0.99
4. You're Going Down
1:40 $0.99
5. Merciful
2:56 $0.99
6. Rags to Richard (The Rest Is Just a Blur)
8:55 $0.99
7. My Favourite Photograph
4:54 $0.99
8. Yes to Tiffany (A Real Conversation)
2:36 $0.99
9. Pretentious Song For a Pretentious Girl
2:23 $0.99
10. Worst Apartment In The City
4:52 $0.99
11. Ode to 1,4,5
4:57 $0.99
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Album Notes
Jeff is a songwriter, arranger, producer, vocalist, guitarist, and bassist. His new albums, "Life, Death, Love, Hate, Hope, and Bad Apartments", "The Underdog's Guide to Love, Rejection, and Uprisings", "One of a Trilogy", and "Three of a Trilogy", join his first album, "I'm Not" in his discography.

Jeff has toured Canada, playing shows in the Northwest Territories and eight of ten provinces. He has performed live on television in Edmonton (Wired, A-Channel), live and live-to-tape on radio stations such as CIUT Toronto, CKDU Halifax, CJSR Edmonton, CHUO Ottawa, and he went top-10 on CKLU Sudbury's chart. He has performed in London, Manchester, and Glasgow in the U.K., and Jeff even did a set at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, which he still can't believe. He has performed at the Festival of the Midnight Sun (Yellowknife, 1998). Five different Toronto acts have covered five of Jeff’s songs in live performances; and one of these artists recorded a song of his. He is a regular host and performer at the Free Times Cafe in Toronto, and has also written for and performed in musical theatre (Lost Carnival's "Death's Diner", "Waterworks" and "War - The Musical").



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One night in the Free Times Café in Toronto, a group of young women who probably should have been carded came in to have a drink while Jeff Stone was up on stage. He played “The Worst Apartment in the City,” and that was it – he was a superstar. They screamed. One spilled her drink. The rest of the crowd was also applauding pretty loud. Jeff was nearly finished, it was time to step off the stage after a long night, but oh, no – it was encore time. They made him play it again. They screamed again. And they would have made him play it a few more times (by that time, they’d downed their first beer and were ready to party). Skip ahead a couple of years to 2005. Finally this track is on record, along with a pile of its witty, acerbic mates, some playful, some emotional, most both. Ray Davies wit and songcraft (Kinks fans know what I mean) and Troggs production – a direct blast from the furnace of creativity. You owe it to yourselves to have a good scream about this new release. ----- Richard Summmmerbell (the extra m’s to avoid cluttering Google)