Peter Case With David Perales - Thank You St. Jude FLAC album
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Perfil: American singer-songwriter, born April 5, 1954, who has had a wide-ranging career ranging from new wave music to folk rock to solo acoustic performance. Em Grupos: Action Dogs, The Breakaways (3), The Nerves, The Plimsouls. Variações: Visualizando tudo Peter Case. Peter Case With David Perales - Thank You St. Jude (Album).
Peter Case was the debut album by American power pop singer-songwriter Peter Case, released in 1986 on Geffen Records. It was reissued by Omnivore Records with additional tracks in September 2016. Peter Case was a member of Los Angeles power pop group The Nerves along with Paul Collins (later of The Beat), and Jack Lee. After the breakup of the Nerves, Case made several albums in the early 1980s with The Plimsouls. This is his first solo album after the breakup of the Plimsouls.
By: Peter Case (2001, Blues). More albums from Peter Case: Sings Like Hell by Peter Case. Full Service No Waiting by Peter Case. The Man With The Blue Postmodern Fragmented Neo-Traditionalist Guitar by Peter Case. Hwy 62 by Peter Case. Peter Case by Peter Case.
Thank You St. Jude is an album by American singer-songwriter Peter Case, released in 2001 Contents. 1 Critical reception. David Jackson – upright bass. David Perales – violin, harmony vocals. Peter Case – producer. Michael Meltzer – engineer. Tom Lukens – engineer. Doug Schwartz – mastering. Greg Allen – package design, photography.
Case struck out on his own with the self-titled album Peter Case released in 1986 on Geffen Records. Produced by T-Bone Burnett and Mitchell Froom, the record included three songs co-written by Burnett and one by Victoria Williams, and also featured the talents of Williams, Morlix, Klein, Mike Campbell (of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), John Hiatt, Jim Keltner, Jerry Marotta, Roger Mcguinn (of The Byrds), and Van Dyke Parks, among others. Torn Again was followed by Full Service No Waiting (1998), Flying Saucer Blues (2000), and Beeline (2002) all on Vanguard, in addition to Thank You St. Jude (2001), a self-released CD that featured David Perales on fiddle and background vocals.
His career is wide-ranging, from rock n' roll and blues, to folk rock and solo acoustic performance. Thank You St. Jude, 2001 album. Who's Gonna Go Your Crooked Mile?, 2004 compilation. A Case for Case, 2006 tribute album. Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John, 2007 album.
The relationship between 2 Peter and Jude is given special attention. Five major objections to the Christian message. Dr. David A. Case is the Chair of the Division of Bible and Theology of Ohio Christian University, Circleville, Ohio, where he has served since 1970. Case is ordained in the Churches of Christ in Christian Union. He is married to Sally, and they have two daughters and four grandchildren.
|2||Beyond The Blues|
|4||Put Down The Gun|
|9||Poor Old Tom|
|12||One More Mile|
|13||4th Of July / Christmas Rag|
|SID014||Peter Case With David Perales||Peter Case With David Perales - Thank You St. Jude (CD, Album)||Prima Records||SID014||UK||2001|