Six-Pack of Love

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Six-Pack of Love
Studio album by Peter Case
Released 1992
Genre Alternative Rock, Alternative Country, Folk Rock
Length 42:45
Label Geffen
Producer Mitchell Froom, Peter Case
Peter Case chronology
The Man with the Blue Post-Modern Fragmented Neo-Traditionalist Guitar
(1989)
Six-Pack of Love
(1992)
Sings Like Hell
(1993)

Six-Pack of Love is an album by American singer-songwriter Peter Case, released in 1992. The song "Dream About You" reached number 16 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. It was Case's last album for Geffen Records.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Music critic Denise Sullivan of Allmusic called the album "A failed attempt at expanding his folk roots and augmenting it with the tricky production of Mitchell Froom, Case's simple songs were lost in the morass."[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Vanishing Act" (Peter Case, Tonio K) – 3:33
  2. "Deja Blues" (Case) – 3:47
  3. "Dream About You" (Case, Andrew Williams) – 3:02
  4. "When You Don't Come" (Case, Fontaine Brown) – 3:53
  5. "Never Comin' Home" (Case) – 2:11
  6. "It's All Mine" (Case, Tony Kenny) – 3:53
  7. "Why Don't We Give It a Go?" (Case, Swan) – 2:13
  8. "Why?" (Case, Tonio K.) – 3:39
  9. "Last Time I Looked" (Case, Fred Koller, Diane Sherry) – 3:11
  10. "Wonderful 99" (Case, John Prine) – 2:52
  11. "I've Been Looking for You" (Case, Billy Swan) – 3:02
  12. "Beyond the Blues" (Case, Bob Neuwirth, Tom Russell) – 3:57
  13. "It Don't Matter What People Say" (Case, Koller) – 3:22

Personnel[edit]

  • Peter Case – vocals, guitar, piano
  • Gary Mallaber – drums, percussion
  • Mitchell Froom– keyboards
  • Bruce Thomas– bass
  • Michael Den Elzen – guitar
  • Steven Soles – background vocals

Production notes:

  • Mitchell Froom – producer
  • Peter Case – producer
  • Tchad Blake – engineer
  • John Paterno – assistant engineer
  • Tom Nellen – assistant engineer
  • Max Garcia – assistant engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Denise Keeley – photography
  • Kevin Reagan – art direction
  • Janet Wolsborn – design

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Sullivan, Denise. "Six-Pack of Love > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved June 22, 2011.