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OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: dmay ()
Date: May 10, 2013 01:49

Mister Neville had a new solo album come out recently where he does his take on the music that turned him on when he was growing up, starting out. Keith sits in as a session player. Really nice collection of tunes worth checking out.

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: billwebster ()
Date: May 10, 2013 15:43

I agree that "My True Story" is a very nice little record. The positive surprise about the studio band is the guitar playing of Greg Leisz who is mostly known as a pedal steel player.

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: seitan ()
Date: May 10, 2013 17:07

great album, keith plays great..




Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: seitan ()
Date: May 10, 2013 17:16




Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: Green Lady ()
Date: May 10, 2013 17:33

Lovely album - at the time it was released there was also a TV special which I hope might turn up on this side of the pond eventually.

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 10, 2013 17:35

Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: GRNRBITW ()
Date: May 10, 2013 17:57

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Munichhilton
Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

you? the elvis-lover? huh???

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 10, 2013 18:22

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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

you? the elvis-lover? huh???

Its all true...all 6 words of it.

The Jordanaires added a bit of doo wop to the backing vocals along with soul, country and gospel...but Elvis didn't sing doo wop style very often. He was the hillbilly country cat influenced by early R&B...

But when big E did doo wop I forgave him

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: Elmo Lewis ()
Date: May 10, 2013 19:02

Production by Don Was

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: gotdablouse ()
Date: May 10, 2013 19:08

I like it too, sweet voice, not sure how much of Keith we can hear though although he's listed on every track...with another guitarist.

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: GRNRBITW ()
Date: May 10, 2013 19:27

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Munichhilton
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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

you? the elvis-lover? huh???

Its all true...all 6 words of it.

The Jordanaires added a bit of doo wop to the backing vocals along with soul, country and gospel...but Elvis didn't sing doo wop style very often. He was the hillbilly country cat influenced by early R&B...

But when big E did doo wop I forgave him

i've been on an elvis bender the past few days and will continue it into the weekend. the big e did plenty 'o doo wop and did it proudly and with panache. or something.

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Date: May 10, 2013 19:37

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Elmo Lewis
Production by Don Was

And Keith.

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 10, 2013 19:56

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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

you? the elvis-lover? huh???

Its all true...all 6 words of it.

The Jordanaires added a bit of doo wop to the backing vocals along with soul, country and gospel...but Elvis didn't sing doo wop style very often. He was the hillbilly country cat influenced by early R&B...

But when big E did doo wop I forgave him

i've been on an elvis bender the past few days and will continue it into the weekend. the big e did plenty 'o doo wop and did it proudly and with panache. or something.

Toss in Raised On Rock or Moody Blue for me wouldya?

Y'know, bitter they are harder they fall...

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: GRNRBITW ()
Date: May 10, 2013 20:02

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Munichhilton
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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

you? the elvis-lover? huh???

Its all true...all 6 words of it.

The Jordanaires added a bit of doo wop to the backing vocals along with soul, country and gospel...but Elvis didn't sing doo wop style very often. He was the hillbilly country cat influenced by early R&B...

But when big E did doo wop I forgave him

i've been on an elvis bender the past few days and will continue it into the weekend. the big e did plenty 'o doo wop and did it proudly and with panache. or something.

Toss in Raised On Rock or Moody Blue for me wouldya?

Y'know, bitter they are harder they fall...

it's pre-determined...we're working chronologically through the 50's and 60's masters...we can't take special requests.

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 10, 2013 20:03

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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
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GRNRBITW
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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

you? the elvis-lover? huh???

Its all true...all 6 words of it.

The Jordanaires added a bit of doo wop to the backing vocals along with soul, country and gospel...but Elvis didn't sing doo wop style very often. He was the hillbilly country cat influenced by early R&B...

But when big E did doo wop I forgave him

i've been on an elvis bender the past few days and will continue it into the weekend. the big e did plenty 'o doo wop and did it proudly and with panache. or something.

Toss in Raised On Rock or Moody Blue for me wouldya?

Y'know, bitter they are harder they fall...

it's pre-determined...we're working chronologically through the 50's and 60's masters...we can't take special requests.

You'll get there long about Sunday...

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: GRNRBITW ()
Date: May 10, 2013 20:17

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Munichhilton
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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
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Munichhilton
Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

you? the elvis-lover? huh???

Its all true...all 6 words of it.

The Jordanaires added a bit of doo wop to the backing vocals along with soul, country and gospel...but Elvis didn't sing doo wop style very often. He was the hillbilly country cat influenced by early R&B...

But when big E did doo wop I forgave him

i've been on an elvis bender the past few days and will continue it into the weekend. the big e did plenty 'o doo wop and did it proudly and with panache. or something.

Toss in Raised On Rock or Moody Blue for me wouldya?

Y'know, bitter they are harder they fall...

it's pre-determined...we're working chronologically through the 50's and 60's masters...we can't take special requests.

You'll get there long about Sunday...

during gospel hour? gasp...

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 10, 2013 20:21

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GRNRBITW
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Munichhilton
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Munichhilton
Keith is surprisingly at home on this release
I just can't stand doo wop...not at all

you? the elvis-lover? huh???

Its all true...all 6 words of it.

The Jordanaires added a bit of doo wop to the backing vocals along with soul, country and gospel...but Elvis didn't sing doo wop style very often. He was the hillbilly country cat influenced by early R&B...

But when big E did doo wop I forgave him

i've been on an elvis bender the past few days and will continue it into the weekend. the big e did plenty 'o doo wop and did it proudly and with panache. or something.

Toss in Raised On Rock or Moody Blue for me wouldya?

Y'know, bitter they are harder they fall...

it's pre-determined...we're working chronologically through the 50's and 60's masters...we can't take special requests.

You'll get there long about Sunday...

during gospel hour? gasp...

The timing is immaculate. Listen carefully because you might get saved...

Re: OT: Aaron Neville and Keith
Posted by: with sssoul ()
Date: May 10, 2013 23:40

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gotdablouse
I like it too, sweet voice, not sure how much of Keith we can hear though although he's listed on every track...with another guitarist.

Yeah, but when it's Keith you can hear that feel - hear it for a thousand miles (as the saying goes)
Lovely album indeed - I don't consider doo wop a type of music I favour, but I play this one a lot
It's sweet but substantial - really good arrangements



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