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Album Review

Jellyfish's clean, ridiculously ringing Beatles/Badfinger/later-Beach Boys/ELO/Skylarking-XTC buoyancy has fathered and grandfathered numerous adored albums — from Falkner and later Grays bandmate Jon Brion, filtering up through recent treats such as Red Button and Edward Rogers, and now this unassuming gem from New Yorker Litman. The unheralded Minneapolis native stakes this splendorous, perennial stratum hard, as the opening "Anna" forms a pleasing cross between the Rutles, Squeeze, the Move's "Blackberry Way," XTC's "King for a Day," and the Turtles' 1968 number six "Eleanor." (Litman's voice sounds like Move maven Roy Wood, albeit nasally like older Elvis Costello.) This siren style is so strong, Litman forsook his academic training in classical and jazz for this field, as if he majored in McCartney instead. And with strummy should-be-hits like the sneakily snarky "Everything You're Not," he'd have earned an "A." ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover, Rovi

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Jeff Litman-Postscript

New York based singer/songwriter Jeff Litman has taken a long, learned route back to the basics. Born in Minneapolis, he was a serious guitarist by age ten -- quickly mastering the Bon Jovi and Motley Crue songbooks, then in later years, the Metallica, Guns’n’Roses, and Nirvana repertoires. By high school, he had turned his attention toward the melody-driven pop of Jellyfish, the Jayhawks, Elvis Costello and Jason Falkner. His tendency to musical immersion led him to Indiana University’s renowned jazz program, from which he graduated in 2002. There, coursework and his own curiosity steered him to classical giants from Bach to Schoenberg, along with contemporary composers like Elliot Carter and Pierre Boulez. He became a classical guitarist.   In 2004, he began study at the Manhattan School of Music and graduated two years later with a master’s in classical guitar performance. By the time he entered doctoral study at the City University of New York in 2007, Litman was well on his way to a life in classical music. But the sounds and loves of his youth proved too seductive and, after a bit of musical soul searching, he remembered why he took up guitar in the first place: he wanted to rock. After reaching that conclusion, Litman dropped out of graduate school and began feverishly writing and recording songs for his debut album, both at his home studio in New York and with producer/engineer Andy Thompson in Minneapolis. The result is Postscript, a sophisticated collection of indie-pop gems that vividly document the aftermath of a failed relationship. Drawing on his diverse musical background and personal experiences, Litman writes songs with infectious melodies, unique harmonies, rich arrangements, and deeply affecting lyrics. While Litman played most of the instruments on the album, he is joined by a few talented friends —including singer Kelly Jones, trumpeter Diego Merino, flutist Meghan Miller, and cellist Emily Dufour— who help bring the fullness of his arrangements to life.  Postscript is now available at and Itunes.

Anna = CHART TOPPER buy this album

If Elvis Costello, Wilco and the Beatles got together -drank enough life to become one person, fell in and out lofe for 5 years and moved to Queens New York to write an album about the afterthought and afterfeelings of being human, they would call themselves Jeff Litman and you would want to buy his album Postscript.

Postscript, Jeff Litman
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 13, 2009

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