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Come and Go

by Liar's Club

Pop rock
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Come and Go
2:20 $0.99
2. Big Bastard
2:50 $0.99
3. I Think About It
2:54 $0.99
4. Gonna Get Yours Yet
3:20 $0.99
5. Emily
4:25 $0.99
6. As Soon as Impossible
3:19 $0.99
7. Home
2:34 $0.99
8. Don't Take Advice from Songs
0:43 $0.99
9. Ever the Optimist
4:27 $0.99
10. There You Go Again
2:14 $0.99
11. All Things Must Pass
4:44 $0.99
12. Obsession
4:19 $0.99
13. You Suffer
2:29 $0.99
14. Forgiven
3:42 $0.99
15. Forget
2:54 $0.99
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Album Notes
Liar's Club

The perennially clever, pop purists from Tacoma, WA are back with their fifth studio album after a multi-year hiatus. With a new album “Come and Go," Liar's Club once again ply the airwaves and the netwaves with their infectious blend of thinking man's pop and wry social observation.


Liar's Club was originally formed by members of the Tacoma-area group PG-13 in 1988. Liar's Club started out as a trio: Jayson Jarmon (vocals, guitar, bass), Kevo X Thomson (bass, keyboards, vocals) and Brad McLane (drums). When McLane left the band, they recruited new guitarist Scott McPherson (vocals, guitar).

At the time, Liar's Club was unusual among Seattle and Tacoma bands in the late 1980s and early 1990s because they focused on melodic pop and intricate studio production, while grunge and punk music were popular in Seattle at that time. They achieved regional radio success and were often associated with the humorous advertising campaigns that accompanied their records.

Notable songs include "Espresso Girl" (which used the now-popular phrase "Thanks-a-latte...") which received solid commercial and college airplay in the Pacific Northwest. “Cinnamon Smiles" achieved a posthumous No. 1 spot in's pop charts in 2002

©2013 Charlatan Record Cartel, all songs BMI (except "All Things Must Pass," ©1970 Harrisongs, BMI)

Tracks 1 and 9 by Jayson Jarmon and Scott McPherson; tracks 4, 6, 8, 13, 14 by Jayson Jarmon; tracks 7 and 15 by Scott McPherson; track 10 by Jayson Jarmon, Scott McPherson, and Sean Gaffney; track 5 by Scott McPherson, Tony Cooper and Linda Cooper; track 12 by Tony Cooper; track 2 by Jayson Jarmon and Kevo X. Thomson; track 3 by Scott McPherson and Jon Ecklund; track 11 by George Harrison.

Liar's Club:

Jayson Jarmon Guitars, vocals, piano, backing vocals
Scott McPherson Guitars, vocals, backing vocals, keyboards, bass
Sean Gaffney Guitars, vocals, backing vocals, keyboards, bass, mandolin
Dana Sims Drums
Kevo X. Thomson Backing vocals, bass


Tony Cooper Bass, vocals, guitar
Jon Ecklund Guitar
Joey Viola Drums
John Vangen Drums
Paul Jackson Guitar, backing vocals
Eric Robert Hammond B3, Piano
Steve Setfanowicz Guitar
Paul Schille Guitar
Will Dummitt Saxophone
Joe Bakke Marimba
Colby Sander Pedal Steel Guitar
Brett Cummings Saxophone
Jordani Sarreal Vocals
Madison Taylor Backing vocals
Erin McCune Backing vocals
Jake Elliott Backing vocals
Lindee Weickmann Backing vocals
Kord Taylor Backing vocals
John Rice Backing vocals

Recorded at Pacific Studios, Tacoma, WA. Additional audio recorded at Mrs. McPherson You Have a Lovely Garden Studios, Fircrest, WA; Mrs. Jarmon You Have a Lovely Garden Studios, Tacoma, WA; and Kevo You Have a Lovely Flat Studios, London, England.

Produced by Liar’s Club with Mark Simmons; tracks 3, 5, 7, 11, 12, and 15 produced by Scott McPherson. Mastered by Mark Simmons, Pacific Studios, Tacoma.
Cover design: David Jolosky, Visual Communications, Seattle.



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