Evryman For Himself by Daniel Knox, released 10 May 2011 1. Ghostsong 2. I Make Enemies . .4. Slowly 5. Evryman For Himself 6. Fightscene 7. 8. Debt Collector 9. Chores 10. Get Out 11. Yet Another One For You 12. Smartass 13. You Win Some, You Tie Some 14. Armageddonsong Picking up where Disaster left off, Evryman For Himself features a full band and larger arrangements, with contributions from Jason Toth, Paul Parts, David Coulter, and the horns of Ralph Carney. Second entry in The Disaster Trilogy.
Music and Lyrics by Daniel Knox Produced by Greg Norman, Joshua Fitzgerald Klocek, and Justin Dennis Recorded & Mixed by Greg Norman at Electrical Audio in Chicago, IL Additional Mixing & Recording by Justin Dennis at Kinora in Chicago, IL Mastered by Margaret Luthar at Chicago Mastering Service Photography by Mr. King Design by Sheila Sachs. Piano & Vocal: Daniel Knox Drums & Percussion: Jason Toth Electric Bass: Paul Parts Horns: Ralph Carney Guitar: Joshua Fitzgerald Klocek String Bass: Jim Cooper Backing Vocals: Sima Cunningham, Macie Stewart, Brooke Reams.
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Daniel Knox moved to Chicago from Springfield in 1999 to attend film school. Frustrated with classes, he spent most nights sneaking into the Hilton Tower s Grand Ballroom where he taught himself to play their piano. Years later, he has amassed a dark and diverse repertoire, addictive as much for its narrative and lyrical deftness as for its musical lure. Knox recorded Evryman for Himself, mostly in his kitchen, with contributions from David Coulter (Damon Albarn, Nick Cave) and Ralph Carney (the B52's, Tom Waits, The Black Keys). It is the second album in an envisioned trilogy, with the self-released Disaster and the forthcoming Chasescene. Like an ill-tempered Irving Berlin or a Harold Arlen for the darker set, he bellows tales of disillusionment, obsession, and criminal intent. A rogue at the piano, Knox croons and sneers so that his cast of characters may speak.
|2||I Make Enemies||02:42|
|5||Evryman For Himself||02:51|
|11||Yet Another One For You||03:57|
|13||You Win Some, You Tie Some||03:00|
- Mixed At – Mayfair Recording Studios
- Mastered At – Chicago Mastering Service
- Bass – Paul Parts
- Bass [String] – Jim Cooper
- Cello – Bailey Doyle (tracks: 4), Donna Miller (tracks: 5), Fredrick Lonberg-Holm (tracks: 6)
- Drums, Percussion – Jason Toth
- Guitar [Nylon String], Guitar [Electric] – Jason Moody
- Idiophone [Musical Saw] – David Coulter
- Mastered By – Jason Ward
- Mixed By – Mark Greenberg
- Producer, Written-By, Piano, Vocals, Melodica, Kazoo, Celesta – Daniel Knox
- Saxophone, Clarinet – Ralph Carney
- Tambourine, Trombone – Chris Hefner
- Tuba – Nick Jones
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