Jace Everett Import
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Jace Everett's self-titled debut album is a musical biography of hell-raising rockers and soul-baring ballads. It includes the current seelf-penned single 'Bad Things'. Jace Everett was born in Evansville, Ind., but grew up in Texas. He paid his dues playing bass for other artists. To keep the bills paid, he also worked as a ditch digger, framer, photographer, truck washer, mover, waiter, bartender, bus boy, dump truck driver and fork/bobcat operator. Everett cites Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings as his greatest influences and has written songs with Guy Clark, Bob DiPiero and Radney Foster. Commercial. 2006.
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That said, don't bother trying to get this cd. Go to his website and buy "Old New Borrowed Blues" instead. After having listened to it, I have to say that the gloss and overkill production that comes from a major record label release does his talent no favors. His independent, stripped down record is WORLDS better - the energy is almost tangible, and the performances are flawless - all recorded in the guitarist's livingroom in one take. His music, talent, and voice stands so much truer and richer on that record than on this self-titled release. After failing to purchase a copy of "Jace Everett" at a reasonable price on ebay, I downloaded it from iTunes, and I'm glad it only cost me ten bucks. I was so disappointed with how much was just *lost* amidst the flash and gloss of big-label production. Sony was clearly trying to shove him into the droll and dead mainstream country sound, and, after hearing what Jace Everett really sounds like, it was just disappointing. I'm glad he's gone independent and really look forward to more of his music on his terms.