Some Hearts (The Everly Brothers album)

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Some Hearts
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Studio album by
The Everly Brothers
Released1988
StudioNew River Studios, Fort Lauderdale; Rumbo Recorders, Los Angeles; Criterion Studios, Hollywood
GenrePop
Length37:50
LabelMercury
ProducerThe Everly Brothers, Larrie Londin
The Everly Brothers chronology
All They Had to Do Was Dream
(1985)
Some Hearts
(1988)
In Concert: The Reunion
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars [1]

Some Hearts... is The Everly Brothers' final studio album. It was released November 4, 1988.[2][3][4][5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Some Hearts" (Don Everly) – 5:22
  2. "Don't Worry Baby" (Roger Christian, Brian Wilson) – 3:37
  3. "Ride the Wind" (John Durrill, Phil Everly) – 3:29
  4. "Be My Love Again" (Don Everly) – 4:36
  5. "Can't Get over It" (Don Everly) – 4:25
  6. "Angel of the Darkness" (John Durrill, Phil Everly) – 3:48
  7. "Brown Eyes" (John Durrill, Phil Everly) – 2:41
  8. "Three Bands of Steel" (Don Everly) – 2:45
  9. "Julianne" (Patrick Alger, J. Fred Knobloch) – 3:05
  10. "Any Single Solitary Heart" (John Hiatt, Mike Porter) – 4:12

Personnel[edit]

  • Don Everly – vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Phil Everly – vocals, guitar
  • Albert Lee – lead guitar
  • Phil Cranham – bass
  • Larrie Londin – drums
  • Pete Wingfield – keyboards
  • Hank DeVito – guitar, steel guitar
  • Greg Harris – guitar on "Angel of Darkness"
  • John Hobbs – keyboards on "Angel of Darkness" and "Brown Eyes"

Production notes

  • Allen Abrahamson – engineer
  • Barry Barnes – art direction
  • Dave Barton – engineer
  • Jeff Giedt – engineer, mixing
  • John Hobbs – vocal engineer
  • Guy Roche – vocal engineer
  • Ted Stein – engineer

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Steve Hochman Popular Musicians: The Doobie Brothers-Paul McCartney - 1999 - Page 383 "In 1986 Born Yesterday was released, and in 1989 their last album for Mercury, Some Hearts, was released."
  3. ^ CD Review Digest Annual: Jazz, popular, etc 1990 - "THE EVERLY BROTHERS "Although none of the sidemen (except perhaps Andy Sheppard) are 'names, ' the enthusiastic young ensemble compares ... PHONOGRAM 832 520 38:02 It 565 "Some Hearts is another respectable offering, ..."
  4. ^ High Fidelity News and Record Review 1989 -"THE EVERLY BROTHERS: SOME HEARTS... Phonogram 832 520-1 Phonogram 832 520-2 (38m 02s) CD Remember: the Everlys were among the first of the 1950s acts to re-stake their claims in the 1980s, so this is no copycat response to the belated and now posthumous success of.."
  5. ^ Dafydd Rees, Luke Crampton Rock Movers & Shakers - Page 47 - 1991 "Boys guesting on a revival of their 1964 hit), and Some Hearts from which it is taken, are released, but neither charts."
  6. ^ The Everly Brothers- Some Hearts @Discogs.com Retrieved 2-2-2014.