P. Everett McPartland | Zozobra

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by P. Everett McPartland

P. Everett McPartland's music is hard to put a finger on. Washed with elements of country, folk, punk, rock, and polka.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ashtray Wednesday
2:38 album only
2. The Baffled Saints of Disaster
2:23 album only
3. Deluge Blues
3:09 album only
4. Thank God for the Rain
2:48 album only
5. Stubborn Boy
3:27 album only
6. Zozobra Blues
2:22 album only
7. Kiev Lullaby
0:36 album only
8. 14th Street
3:22 album only
9. Charlatan
1:47 album only
10. It's About Time
3:34 album only


Album Notes
P. Everett McPartland has been playing in the New York City area for nearly five years. After performing with the New York City folk act Left-Handed Devil, he is making his solo debut with Zozobra. Named after the festival of “old man gloom” that happens in Santa Fe, New Mexico every September, Zozobra is an eclectic mix of musical styles ranging from Russian folk music to New York punk. The album is essentially a collage of P. Everett’s influences, referencing everything from Tom Waits to the music of the Marx brothers with quirky arrangements to a vast variety of traditional styles. It is a promising debut from a young artist whose lyrical style and unconventional recording methods are representative of a fast growing music community in the New York area that include bands and artists like There Are Some Who Call Us Tim, The Brotherhood Sound, Tim Shea, and Amelia Jackie. Check him out and enjoy!



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