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Peven EverettDear Europe ... CD
Studio Confession, 2008. Used ... $4.99
Peven Everett sends a letter out to his huge European fan base – but the sound here is every bit as great as his other Chicago-crafted grooves! The rhythms are a bit upbeat this time around – not really house, but a warmly flowing sort of style – that trance-like mode that Peven hits so beautifully in his live performances, peppered here with some great keyboard lines and Everett's seductively soulful vocals! Even without the British flag, we're sure this set would win global appeal – and it's certainly one of the strongest we've heard from Peven in recent years. Titles include "Soul Music", "The Best In Town", "Meet Me On The Dance Floor", "Brothers & Sisters", "Fantastic Night", and "Never Give Up On Love". CD
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Billie Jewell with Peven EverettAmouse Bouche ... CD
Studio Confession, 2000. Used ... $4.99
Singer Billie Jewell gets some great grooves here – backings and production from Peven Everett, who put the whole thing together and co-wrote the tunes with Billie! Jewell is something of a muse for legendary underground soul figure Everett – a female singer that lets him unleash a whole new side of his creativity, in ways that often have Billie soaring over clubby tracks like some old school disco diva! Titles include "I Know You're Heaven", "Ovah You", "Why We Breakin Up", "Sure In Love", "Eye Candy", and "How Can I Be Sure". CD
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✨✧ Merle HaggardMama Tried/Pride In What I Am (plus bonus tracks) ... CD
Capitol, 1968/1969. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Mama Tried is probably the best album in the long, storied history of the great Merle Haggard. Mama Tried has some absolutely stunning original material that chronicles Haggard's sadness and frustration within his own life and the outside world in a far more confessional and introspective manner than the following year's Okie From Muskogee. Add to that some barn-burning covers, including a hard rocking version of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues" and you have a truly exceptional album. Amazingly, Mama Tried was released the same year as his nearly as great Sing Me Back Home, showing an artist truly at the top of his game. Other tracks include "Mama Tried", "Green Grass Of Home", "In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)", "I Could Have Gone Right", "Teach Me To Forget", and "Too Many Bridges To Cross Over". Pride In What I Am is a lesser studio effort in the Okie From Muskogee aesthetic, though more heartfelt and less reactionary, with at least a side's worth of fine tunes including "It Meant Goodbye To Me When You Said Hello To Him", "I Can't Hold Myself In Line", "I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am", and "Who'll Buy The Wine". CD also features 5 bonus tracks – "Lookin For My Mind", "You're Not Home Yet", "California On My Mind", "White Line Fever", and "Streets Of Berlin". CD
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