Moving Misfortune

by Everett Bros. Moving Company

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    First studio recording by Rhode Island's Everett Bros. Moving Company, put out by 75 Or Less Records. 13 tracks laid down on polycarbonate, aluminum, and laquer, in a lovely Eco-Wallet package of emerald green. Artwork by singer/harp player Paul Everett, a confirmed Rhode Island School of Design dropout (transcript available upon request). You can put this on your coffee table without shame.
    (When the eco-wallets run out, we might go to plain old jewel cases. We did a test run of those, and it looks very nice in that packaging as well)

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released November 14, 2015

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Everett Bros. Moving Company Pawtucket, Rhode Island

RI and MA-based outfit. Mean yet affectionate. Comprised of Paul Everett: vox and harps; Matt Everett: guitar, vox, accordion, bouzouki; Mark Stone: electric and acoustic bass guitars; and Paul Myers, drums. Aided and abetted in the past by Ray Memery on guitar and Rachel Rosenkrantz on upright bass. ... more

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Track Name: Middle 8
It's taken you so long, to grow into that face

you used to be my favorite song, but I could never figure out the middle

eight

I live in Providence these days, got a book about you on my coffee table

I'd call you up if I was able to recall anything at all

What's goin' on with you? Small talk is all talk and nothing is new

Unless you'd care to wait, while I figure out the middle eight...

It's taken me so long, to outlast my good reputation

worn down to a nub, after so much exfoliation

I live in hope most of the time, sometimes it goes away

I'd call you up if I could only figure out the middle eight

What's goin' on with you? Small talk is all talk and nothing is new

Unless you'd care to, while I figure out the middle eight...