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Fan-Selected Sampler 1998-2014

A 23 song fan-selected sampler for $11.99. Download only.

Roosters Crow

..the best record of his 25-year career."
Chris Riemenschneider, Minneapolis StarTribune

Martin Lee Zellar

A 2500 copy, numbered and signed limited-edition release. Not available as a download.

They Even Use the Hooves (Odds & Ends 1991-2003)

Double CD set. 18 previously unreleased originals, 16 alternative versions of old favorites and more. Some tracks on the physical CD are not included on the downloadable version. The download price has been adjusted accordingly.

Scattered

Scattered is a moving and powerful work that deserves a wider exposure than it is likely to receive."
Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide

Two Guitars, Bass & Drums

Recorded live at O'Gara's Garage in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1999. Some tracks on the physical CD are not included on the downloadable version. The download price has been adjusted accordingly.

The Many Moods of Martin Zellar & The Hardways

Counting his work with the Gear Daddies, this can be considered Minnesota roots-rocker Martin Zellar's fifth album. It is easily his most realized work in every way, whether performance, songwriting, musicianship or production."
Peter Stone Brown, Philadelphia Inquirer

Martin Zellar and The Hardways

As leader of the late Gear Daddies, Martin Zellar chronicled the ups and downs of small-town life with unaffected insight and gut-level intensity. On his own, and now with his new band, the Hardways, the underappreciated Minnesotan has focused on the gap between the heady promise of youth and the harsh realities of adulthood with a similarly resonant mix."
Peter Stone Brown, Philadelphia Inquirer

Born Under

Born Under is as moving a piece of confessional pop as you're likely to hear these days, a tuneful, lovely-on-the-surface song cycle of reflective country-rock musings that only barely conceal some rather world-class emotional turmoil beneath. Think of it, if you will, as a twenty-something's Blood on the Tracks."
Steve Simels, Stereo Review