Jason Webley | The Cost of Living

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The Cost of Living

by Jason Webley

The fifth album by Seattle cult musician, Jason Webley. Blending Eastern European influences with his punk roots and acclaimed poetic sensibility, Webley teams up with many long-time collaborators to create record his strongest and darkest disc to date.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Still
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2. Ways to Love
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3. Almost Time to Go
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4. They Just Want
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5. Disappear
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6. Raise Them Higher
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7. Meet Your Bride
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8. Clear
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9. Little Sister
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10. Back to You Again
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11. There's Not a Step We Can Take That Does Not Bring Us Closer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Cost of Living is the first full-length album in over three years by Seattle cult musician, Jason Webley. Blending Eastern European folk and rock influences with his punk roots and acclaimed poetic sensibility, Webley and long-time collaborators Jherek Bischoff, L. Alex Guy and Michael McQuilken have teamed up to record his strongest and darkest disc to date.

“CD of the Month... filled with nuggets of musical and lyrical epiphany.”
-West Coast Performer Magazine

“Happy-sad in a load of good ways... Go and listen to it.”
-Neil Gaiman

“One of Seattle’s most talented musicians, a singer-songwriter with a rare gift for crafting timeless songs that approach Waits and Leonard Cohen territory.”
-The Seattle Times


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