Gone Today, Here Tomorrow, bears little resemblance to the three tracks here, which are more than a little steeped in a cloak of Paisley Underground, psyche-pop mystique, not to mention a dab of REM's late '80s songcraft. Nothing here is overly derivative I might add, but judging by this sharp trifecta of tunes, Beyond Zebra were in fact beyond the demo stage of their career. By the time they inked that aforementioned contract with Twin/Tone, the band had undergone a pronounced lineup change, retaining only bassist and mouthpiece Greg Ebel. You can peruse some footnotes on the band via this meager Facebook page, and be sure to check out this glowing critique of Gone Today.
01. Wake Her Again
02. Life Cannot Reverse Itself
03. I Laugh
WHEAT Hope And Adams 1999 - For fans of the Mendoza Line and Clem Snide. Highly recommended. *Discogs* Artist Biography by Stacia Proefrock A decidedly low-key band from the Boston ...
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