Gary Jeffries | Middle Class Man

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Middle Class Man

by Gary Jeffries

Southern rockin', middle class, blue collared, American foot stompin' music, to cruise the highways, roads around the country and your home town...crank it up...
Genre: Rock: Country-Rock
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1. Free
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2. Heaven Winds Blow
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3. Middle Class Man
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4. Ashes To Ashes
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5. Know Ya To Well
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6. Blood On the Highway
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7. Flowers On My Grave
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8. Mississippi Girl
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9. Free My Soul
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10. Bad Moon Rising
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11. Southern Pride
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12. Free In Heaven
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Album Notes
If you like good ole mule kickin' Southern Rock, you will love Gary Jeffries first solo album, "Middle Class Man". This is his 9th CD release since his days with Virgin Records as lead vocalist for hard rock band, Asphalt Ballet, in the early 1990s. The band's popularity soared on MTV: "Soul Survive" was indoctrinated to MTVs Wall of Fame for being the undefeated music video winner of Headbangers Ball; and videos "Tuesday's Rain" and "Unlucky, Mr. Lucky", also did quite well. Upon leaving Asphalt Ballet, Gary moved back to Monroe, Louisiana and started gigging throughout the South, staying very busy with his music. However, he couldn't stay away from Los Angeles, and returned to record album, "Real Deal" with Southern rockers, The Regulators, a band that played in front of 14,000 bikers at Sturgis, a popular campground in Buffalo Chips. Gary later released three CDs with Alligator Stew, a group that recorded "First Taste Of", "Alligator Stew" and "Monticello LIVE", and hailed as a band as having produced some of the best Southern Rock music heard in years. But, this time around, Gary decided to take a little flavor from all his years, including a few of his all time favorites to make one of the best heart felt, hard hittin' Southern rockin' albums of the times, "Middle Class Man". Ya gotta get this one.


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Great for Cruisin!
I play this album everywhere... on the street, in my office, at home, but I love it BEST in my Honda while cruisin' to high volume! Can't get enough of this new Southern Rock. Gary, great to see you are back in the studio!


Top of Its Class
I agree with other CD reviews that Middle Class Man is at the top of its class. Gary Jeffries' vocals are hard-edged raw as well as soulfully passionate, making him one of the most talented and versatile Southern Rock/Rock male vocalists of our time! His song lyrics mirror the true grit of day-to-day living, making one feel proud to be middle class and American. John Goodwin, lead guitarist, does a dynamic job laying down the pulse of each song with a mix of high metal energy and swamp water depth that is bayou mystery. Keyboard improvs are totally slick and thrilling. The driving bass and percussion keeps one's boots planted solid on the ground while the backing vocals to final track, "Free in Heaven" are absolutely spirit lifting. All in all, a great album with great bite and kick! Yahoo!

cindy hattersley

Good Old Heartland Rock
If you like the Allman Brothers, John Mellenkamp, and Lynrd Skynrd with a little bit of Springsteen then you will love Middle Class Man. It is heartland rock at it's best!!


I love this new album. Great tunes, powerful vocals and guitar work. Gary is truly talented!