Everest On Approach 180g LP
Everest On Approach 180g LP
Genre: Pop Rock
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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Everest On Approach 180g LP

Everest

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SKU:
WEALP49674
UPC:
093624967477
Out of Print! Only 1 copy available!

Often descriptions of bands fall into the equation of "this well known group plus this other established act plus a few adjectives." But some bands defy this shorthand, offering something so pure & true that its roots aren't apparent. Everest is this sort, taking us down to foundational rock truths with an easy glide and expansive vision. While one can draw some clues from the folks they've toured with - Neil Young, Wilco, My Morning Jacket - ultimately Everest is simply a great rock ‘n' roll band in the classic, open-minded mold, something boldly apparent on their sophomore release, On Approach.

On Approach is a bold album that bolts out of the gate with an enveloping sound capable of filling large spaces, both in the outside world and between one's ears. In broad strokes, it hits the sweet spot between stratospheric, stadium size rock and gorgeous, emotionally charged pop craftsmanship. From infectious and thumping opener "Let Go" through heavy rocker "I've Had This Feeling Before," the sweet humming, "Keeping The Score," the naked romance of "Dots," the haunting, spacious roots rock of "East Illinois" and "Fallen Feather," and culminating in the boiling over cascade of closer "Catalyst," On Approach moves with a focused, switched-on intensity that announces the arrival of one of the most engaged rock units today.

On Approach isn't just an assemblage of random tracks, but a classic two-sider vinyl kind of album, where the full resonance and weight of it can only be felt by taking the full ride. Everest is this sort of band, too, one that strives for something more than three-minutes in the spotlight. These guys are lifers and the music they make is built for lifetimes, maintaining some elusive core that rewards one with each new spin.

With guitars that range from bright and chiming to tense and meandering, harmonies that are both delicate and pastoral, and Pollard's gentle, hazy vocals, On Approach is indeed reminiscent of a bygone era, a time before the Internet, when albums were still an art form and stories were told on vinyl. But as it exudes timelessness, as it ebbs from rustic grooves into hushed lullabies, it also asserts itself as something very of the here and now - something that is more than the sum of its parts.

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Pressed at Record Industry
• Single pocket Stoughton jacket
• Printed Inner Sleeve

Selections:
1. Let Go
2. I've Had This Feeling Before
3. Keeping the Score
4. Dots
5. Unfortunate Sea
6. East Illinois
7. Fallen Feather
8. House of 9's
9. Tall Buildings
10. The Rush
11. Catalyst
Description
Out of Print! Only 1 copy available!

Often descriptions of bands fall into the equation of "this well known group plus this other established act plus a few adjectives." But some bands defy this shorthand, offering something so pure & true that its roots aren't apparent. Everest is this sort, taking us down to foundational rock truths with an easy glide and expansive vision. While one can draw some clues from the folks they've toured with - Neil Young, Wilco, My Morning Jacket - ultimately Everest is simply a great rock ‘n' roll band in the classic, open-minded mold, something boldly apparent on their sophomore release, On Approach.

On Approach is a bold album that bolts out of the gate with an enveloping sound capable of filling large spaces, both in the outside world and between one's ears. In broad strokes, it hits the sweet spot between stratospheric, stadium size rock and gorgeous, emotionally charged pop craftsmanship. From infectious and thumping opener "Let Go" through heavy rocker "I've Had This Feeling Before," the sweet humming, "Keeping The Score," the naked romance of "Dots," the haunting, spacious roots rock of "East Illinois" and "Fallen Feather," and culminating in the boiling over cascade of closer "Catalyst," On Approach moves with a focused, switched-on intensity that announces the arrival of one of the most engaged rock units today.

On Approach isn't just an assemblage of random tracks, but a classic two-sider vinyl kind of album, where the full resonance and weight of it can only be felt by taking the full ride. Everest is this sort of band, too, one that strives for something more than three-minutes in the spotlight. These guys are lifers and the music they make is built for lifetimes, maintaining some elusive core that rewards one with each new spin.

With guitars that range from bright and chiming to tense and meandering, harmonies that are both delicate and pastoral, and Pollard's gentle, hazy vocals, On Approach is indeed reminiscent of a bygone era, a time before the Internet, when albums were still an art form and stories were told on vinyl. But as it exudes timelessness, as it ebbs from rustic grooves into hushed lullabies, it also asserts itself as something very of the here and now - something that is more than the sum of its parts.

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Pressed at Record Industry
• Single pocket Stoughton jacket
• Printed Inner Sleeve

Selections:
1. Let Go
2. I've Had This Feeling Before
3. Keeping the Score
4. Dots
5. Unfortunate Sea
6. East Illinois
7. Fallen Feather
8. House of 9's
9. Tall Buildings
10. The Rush
11. Catalyst
ISBN
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
1.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Everest
Title
On Approach
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
1
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
Release Date
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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