Neal Kosaly-Meyer and Karen Eisenbrey are brother and sister. They grew up in the 60’s and 70’s in Bickleton, a remote and tiny farm town in eastern Washington state. Together they discovered the redemptive promise of rock n roll as purveyed by the Beatles, the Who, Springsteen and the Ramones (among many others), though they never quite got around to putting together their own rock band until about thirty-odd years later. Your Mother Should Know has been playing out in Seattle for the last five years, and along the way releasing a smattering of music at their reverbnation.com
page. “Rocks and Glass” is their first full-length album.
released January 8, 2015
All songs by Neal Kosaly-Meyer
Arranged and Performed by Your Mother Should Know
Recorded and Engineered by Jake Thompson at Pouch's practice space and The Tintinabulary.
Mastered by Steve Turnidge at UltraViolet Studios
Photos by Joe Mabel
To John Maiello for Invaluable Production Assistance, Good Advice and Crucial Encouragement.
To Shelby Earl for her swift arrows that always remind me what a song can be when a song is done right
To Mike Gervais for the terrific sax parts.
To Keith Eisenbrey for the use of his 1890 Chickering grand piano.
To Karen and Keith Eisenbrey, and to Pouch, for places to record.
To Anna K. Meyer for unflagging support and belief.
To everybody who's played in Your Mother Should Know, booked Your Mother Should Know, shared a bill with Your Mother Should Know, or come out to see Your Mother Should Know over the past 5 years--you are all a part of this.
And very very special thanks to Kathi Buchanan.
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