Girlyman | Everything's Easy

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Everything's Easy

by Girlyman

Three-Part Harmony Folk-Pop
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Tell Me There's a Reason
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3:24 album only
2. Easy Bake Ovens
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3:51 album only
3. Could Have Guessed
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4:19 album only
4. Wherever You Keep
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3:56 album only
5. Angel
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3:07 album only
6. Everything's Easy
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4:38 album only
7. Nothing Called Home
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4:01 album only
8. House Song
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4:22 album only
9. My Eyes Get Misty
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2:21 album only
10. Storms Were Mine
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3:16 album only
11. Hudson
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2:13 album only
12. True Enough
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3:23 album only
13. Trees Still Bend
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2:41 album only
14. Up To The Sea
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15. Somewhere Different Now
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Album Notes
Everything’s Easy, Girlyman’s fourth studio album, is the band’s most intimate and sophisticated
effort. The cover, a playful paint-by-numbers scene, suggests a world where one creates reality with
only a brushstroke. Yet much of Girlyman’s rare appeal is a willingness to see the shadow side of its
own idealism. A placid suburban childhood unfolds amid the mounting pressure of the Watergate
era in “Easy Bake Ovens,” while the “one hundred billion metric tons” of New York City rise beside
the wide, unburdened river in “Hudson.” Some songs highlight Girlyman’s trademark playfulness, as
in the Tin Pan Alley tribute “My Eyes Get Misty”, while the swirling counterpoint of “Wherever You
Keep” strains musically and lyrically for the light. Self-produced and engineered, Everything’s Easy
was recorded with a single, $10,000 microphone, fi nanced by fan donations. This microphone, along
with the work of Grammy-winning mixer Ben Wisch, has created an immeasurably rich sound.


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They're Amazing - Girlyman have supplanted the Indigo Girls as my favorite artis
I first heard Girlyman as an opener for the Indigo Girls, my long-time harmony powered fav, but as more Girlyman albums come out they somehow manage to stay as fresh and inspiring as when I first heard them. They're music makes me want to sing and dance and twirl (and sometimes cry, in a good way). This album really shows off their range including Andrews' Sisters inspired My Eyes Get Misty through the film-strip style memories of Easy Bake Ovens and introspective Somewhere Different Now.

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Everything's Easy
Girlyman has done it again. Lyrics worthy of study, intelligent and emotional, couched in lush, innovative, heart-breaking harmonies.