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The Quakers on Probation sounds range from country flavored rock to pop oriented journeys on Every Living Thing.

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									The Quakers on Probation Release Indie CD Every Living Thing

The Quakers on Probation sounds range from country flavored rock to pop
oriented journeys on Every Living Thing.

Seattle, Washington, April 06, 2010 -- Along with their thought provoking
name the Seattle based band Quakers on Probation have released an equally
interesting and eclectic CD titled Every Living Thing.

The recording was created from 2008 to 2009 at The Recovery Room in
Seattle. The Quakers on Probation sounds range from country flavored rock
to pop oriented journeys on Every Living Thing. The band tabbed their
sound as jangle pop/electro twang, which it lives up to in more ways than
one on the new offering.

The album was engineered, mixed and mastered by Graig Markel and all the
songs were written by Daniel A. Craig (vocals/guitar/keys). Primarily the
albums instrumentation was handled by two multi instrumentalists, Graig
Markel (guitar, bass, fender Rhodes, lap steel, pedal steel, banjo,
mandolin) and Daniel F. Craig. There are also several guest appearances
on the record including Trent Moorman (Head Like a Kite), Joe Patterson
(Animals at Night ), Billy Joe Huels (The Dusty 45's), H. Willie Hoffee
(Skatgadget) and the exceptional Grammy Award winning keyboardist, the
late Larry Knechtel (of Wrecking Crew fame). In tribute to Knetchel the
band added a bonus track to close out the recording that Kenchtel
produced and played on, the smash hit from the 70s "Chevy Van".

Many sounds come to mind while listening to Every   Living Thing, including
sweet reminiscing of the Beach Boys, The Beatles,   Gram Parsons, Ricky
Nelson and others. The accessible sound will find   a home on pop, country
and rock radio stations that span a wide range of   demographics.

There are several tracks that will be crossover hits however the one
recording that is destined to be an anthem for the ages is “Lament for
the Aging Rocker”. The track brings out often funny real life truths
about aging rock stars that makes them sound no different than anyone
else.

The clever genre mixing along with the varied experience of each band
member makes Every Living Thing one of the more unique and commercially
viable indie releases of 2010. Music fans and critics alike will be
raving about the album from coast to coast in no time.

Every Living Thing is available at e-tail shops such as CD Baby and
Amazon and you can obtain more information at the band’s website while
listening to streaming tracks. You can also visit the band on the web on
their Myspace page at http://www.myspace.com/quakerrock.
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Contact:
Daniole Craig
Quakerson Probation
700 W. Walnut St
Yakima, WA, 98902
Tel:509-952-3147
Email:bubbamo3@juno.com
Website:http://www.quakersonprobation.com
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