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Chuck Prophet - No Other Love (CD, Album)

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9 comments on Chuck Prophet - No Other Love (CD, Album)

  1. (New West Records, ) A startling blend of dusty country, twangy R&B and lilting folk served up fresh with masterfully inventive production, the use of an Omnichord, punchbowl, hip-hop samples and string sections. Featuring some of the usual suspects (Stephanie Finch, Michael Urbano, Max .
  2. Listen free to Chuck Prophet – No Other Love (What Can You Tell Me, After the Rain and more). 11 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  3. Apr 30,  · Chuck Prophet; Album No Other Love; Licensed to YouTube by PIAS, [Merlin] Redeye Distribution (on behalf of New West Records); ARESA, LatinAutor, CMRRA, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, Abramus.
  4. Feb 11,  · Chuck Prophet: No Other Love ‎ (CD, Album) Blue Rose Records (2), New West Records: BLU CD, NW Germany: Sell This Version/5(17).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for No Other Love - Chuck Prophet on AllMusic - - Prophet's follow-up to The Hurting Business finds 8/
  6. the 13th studio album from the acclaimed singer, songwriter & performer, Recorded in San Francisco & Nashville & featuring Peter Buck on guitar. CHUCK PROPHET LET FREEDOM RING!
  7. Prophet's follow-up to The Hurting Business finds him in excellent form, still making American roots music but casting his net a little wider to bring in a few more influences. For example, "Elouise" kicks off with a rhythm straight out of the Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil" before evolving into something looser and less threatening, and "Summertime Thing" has the laid-back vibe of Brand: New West Records.
  8. Chuck Prophet: No Other Love ‎ (CD, Album) New West Records: NW UK & US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection 4/5(7).
  9. When last we left our hero, the former Green on Red guitarist--one of the most underrated Telecaster players on the planet--was parsing the connections between neo-soul, twangy blues, and Dylanesque rock on 's No Other Love, perhaps his best solo album. On this postmodern roots plunge, he swims deeper into pastiche song structures, adding lighter strings, heavier guitar licks, and more restless /5(20).

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