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Ne'er Do Evers

by Ne'er Do Evers

2003's debut from the band that launched 1000 shrugs... mostly from the members.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Half Past Six
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2. (a Lonely Boy Steps Out From Behind The) Palm Fronds
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3. Verse Vice
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4. Jewel
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5. Welcome Back, Marlene!
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6. Upsides Down
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7. Pedro's Bull
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8. Buoy O Buoy
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9. Grey Eyeliner
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10. Consenting Adults
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11. Rote Memorization In Romance
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Recorded by Geoff Mann in 2003, the first Ne'er Do Evers record features the lineup of Chris Buckridge, Josh Kaufman, and Geoff Mann, the beginning of a series of collaborations that would branch out and continue, most notably with Balthrop, Alabama. Features additional guitar by original Ne'ers co-guitarist (who left but returned to record 3 tracks) Nate Martinez (Pela, Thieving Irons) and future Ne'er and longtime Buckridge collaborator Michael Quoma.


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