PRAISE

This might have been what it was like when people heard Simon & Garfunkel for the first time.

- Joshua Macala, Raised by Gypsies

Of the many albums that have graced my ears this year, one in particular stands out.

Of All These Things by collaborators Eric Anders and Mark O'Bitz. Anders, most notably known for his solo work, releases a full-fledged record with longtime partner-in-crime Mark O'Bitz, as they take us on a musical journey you will not soon forget... [Of All These Things] is a record that is skillfully crafted from beginning to end, that shows the true essence and spirit of the songwriters. Each piece on the record works blissfully on their own, but works together as a cohesive piece of work. Songs such as "New Life," and "Found My Way Home," will have you falling in love with the duo, as their Americana-tinged-Indie is eclectic, just like their songwriting.

Emily Hinde, NoDepression

Eric Anders is an obscure, independent singer songwriter whose unaffected ability to turn a phrase and otherworldly knack for arranging transcendent, melancholy melodies would have made him a superstar, you know, if records still sold based on talent. 
- Gail Worley, Worley Gig

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