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The Gravel Pit is a band from Boston's underground music scene circa, 1985–present. Members Include: Jedediah "Jed" Parish: Keys, Vocals. Lucky Jackson: Guitar. They produced the following albums: 1. Crash Land. 2. The Gravel Pit Manifesto. 3. No One Here Gets In For Free. 5. Mass Avenue Freeze Out. 6. Serpent Umbrella. Original works produced by Mike Deneen of Q Division Records.
The Gravel Pit would like to make The Gravel Pit’s best album and would like you to be involved. Jed, Ed, Pete, Lucky. 5% of any money raised after the goal is reached will go to TargetCancer. Sample Artist Tracks. Avenue Freeze-Out 2001). Something's Growing Inside (The Gravel Pit Manifesto 1996). When Will Our Bucket Come Up Dry (Silver Gorilla 1999). Standing In My Way (Crash Land 1994). Focusing On One Specific Goal And Achieving It (The Shark Long Player 1992).
On November 4th The Gravel Pit released its PledgeMusic-funded 5th album Serpent Umbrella on DeeVeeUs Records. A 13 year hiatus followed the release of Mass Avenue Freeze-Out, the follow up to Silver Gorilla & The Gravel Pit Manifesto. The band’s first album, Crash Land, was produced by Memphis legend Jim Dickinson (The Replacements, Big Star). People in Boston and a few other cities love them.
Album · 1995 · 13 Songs. More By The Gravel Pit. See All. Viva Noel: A Q Division Christmas. Mass Avenue Freeze-Out.
Listen to music from The Gravel Pit like Gravelpit - It's a Lie. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Gravel Pi. New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States (1985 – present). Started in the late 80's in New Haven, CT. They released two "Demo" tapes. The first in 1989 which was self titled and the second in 1992 titled "The Shark Long Player" the second had a re-recording of the song "Focusing on one specific goal and achieving it" from the first demo.
|1||I Climb (Up His Tree)||2:20|
|2||Bolt Of Light||4:22|
|4||Where The Flying Things Go||2:58|
|7||Free To Be Me And Thee||1:43|
|8||When Will Our Bucket Come Up Dry||3:37|
|9||Millions Of Miles||2:21|
|An American Trilogy|
|10||The Ballad Of Ezra Messenger||3:17|
|11||The Rise Of Abimelech DuMont||3:54|
|12||The Marchers Wander In||3:31|
- Manufactured By – Video Transfer, Inc.
- Recorded At – Q Division Studios
- Mixed At – Q Division Studios
- Mastered At – M Works Mastering Studio, Cambridge, MA
- Acoustic Guitar, Organ [Hammond], Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Organ [Farfisa], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer [Roland], Harmonium, Clavinet, Piano, Percussion, Harmonica, Tenor Saxophone – Kid Nietzsche
- Art Direction – Alphabet Arm
- Backing Vocals – Jen Trynin* (tracks: 2, 8, 10), Kay Hanley (tracks: 2, 8, 10), Richard Marr (tracks: 13)
- Baritone Saxophone – John Linnell (tracks: 13)
- Baritone Saxophone, Organ [Farfisa] – Jamie Arentzen (tracks: 3)
- Bass [Bowed Upright] – Joe McMahon
- Bass, Vocals – Ed Valauskas
- Booking – Larry Webman
- Drums, Vocals – Pete Caldes
- Guitar, Vocals – Lucky Jackson
- Lead Vocals, Organ – Jed Parish*
- Legal – Josh Grier
- Photography – Liz Linder
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Mike Denneen
- Tenor Saxophone – Jon Lupfer (tracks: 3)
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