Yardsale, “Hit It & Quit It”

Presumably the band’s final release after its members split for all corners of the map, Yardsale’s Hit It & Quit It was recorded mostly in one marathon session with no overdubs. It’s a loose, balls-out hour of a group of guys having a blast doing what they do best. Covers, live favorites, rough edges, bum notes (maybe), but mostly guys smiling while they play. They know their time’s almost up, but they part as friends with futures ahead. It’s no Knock Alley West, their excellent final studio effort, but it doesn’t pretend to be. It’s just one last goodbye. Maybe some late spring night, we’ll get a text message when everyone’s in town and in the mood to treat us to a one-off. The album is on Yardsale’s Bandcamp. —Damien McPherson

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