Saturday, April 23, 2011

April 23, 2011

Genya Ravan's new Undercover CD features four minutes and forty-six seconds of a song, "One More Day", which rocks with an authority the Rolling Stones need to study for the new millennium. Bitching sax and guitar rage a la Jimmy Miller's endless party that is "Tumblin' Dice", but this isn't a night at the casino, this is bye bye...and it's nice that Windows media repeats a great song...this is a similar sentiment to Glen Campbell's "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" (via Jimmy Webb's creative pen and hand)...Go Pack Your Suitcase, baby! When Genya tells you to hit the road its akin to Black Bolt of The Inhumans giving a shout that will truly rock your world! Genya's one of the great voices in rock and this album is a monster...And I Mean It when I say that Mick and the Boys should study how contemporary and solid this sound is. The Stones have gone from originators to playing the market...when all their fans want is what they know how to give - music from the core of their souls. Genya has always put that notion first and foremost. The new disc is on Collectables.


GENYA RAVAN is tied at #1 with Lisa Burns on this month's

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Label P.R.
Undercover is the long awaited new recording from Genya Ravan. The legendary rocker brings her fabulous voice to 15 of her favorite songs. Joining Genya are a number of friends including Elliott Randall, Ian McLagan, Nile Rogers and Lenny Kaye. Felix Cavaliere also joins Genya on a soulful version of Lowell George s Long Distance Love. Also included is a brand new studio version of Genya s own beautifully haunting autobiographical 202 Rivington Street.

Product Description:

Personnel: Rik Mercaldi (guitar, mandolin); John Lee Cooper, Josh Radin (guitar); Dennis Dibrizzi (keyboards); Bobby Chen (drums, percussion).

Audio Mixer: Genya Ravan.
Liner Note Author: Little Steven.
Recording information: Bafoonaville; Chen Sound Labs.
Photographer: John Lee Cooper.


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