Carter, Carlene

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Two Sides To Every Woman
Pop New - LP BSK 3375 Warner
Sealed 1979 Original.... more details
 
Carter, Carlene - Musical Shapes Musical Shapes
Pop New - LP BSK 3465 Warner
Sealed 1980 Original With Obi. 5 Stars. “Pairing Johnny Cash's Stepdaughter With Genre-Jumpers Rockpile Turned Out To Be A Hell Of An Idea At The Dawn Of The Eighties; Musical Shapes, With Its Retro-Chic Cover Art, Cow-Punk Grooves, And Sassy Song Selection Is The Finest Record Most Folks Never Slapped On A Turntable. Rockabilly Rebel Dave Edmunds' Six String Licks And Nick Lowe's Popping Bass Lines Ride Shotgun Over Carlene Carter's Alternately Chirpy/Growling Pipes...To Put It Bluntly, She Sings Her Ass Off. I'm So Cool, Madness, And Too Bad About Sandy Are Seductive Slabs Of New Wavish Grit, While The Morning After Weeper Too Drunk To Remember Would Pass Muster On A Loretta Lynn Album. In The "Shoulda Been A Smash" Department, Edmunds And Carter Mesh Twangy Voices For The Tasty Trucker Ditty Baby Ride Easy, While Crafty Updates Of Foggy Mountain Top And Mama June Carter's Composition Ring Of Fire Round Out This Hip Barn-Burner Of A Party Platter. Neither Carter Nor Rockpile Ever Received Their Due As Ground-Breaking Talents...Which Probably Sits Fine With Their Close Knit Circle Of Roots Conscious Fans.” Dave Chavers, AMG.... more details
 
Carter, Carlene - Carlene Carter Carlene Carter
Pop Used - LP BSK 3021 Warner
1978 Debut Album From June Carter's Daughter (Johnny Cash's Step Daughter. Gold Promo Stamp On Front And Custom Inner Sleeve. “By Recording Her Debut Album In England, Carlene Carter Served Notice That Despite Coming From A Legendary American Country Music Family, She Intended To Make Her Own Way In The Biz And Establish Her Own Musical Identity. So While There's A Strong Country-Rock Vibe Throughout Carlene Carter, It's Filtered Through The British Pub Rock Sensibilities Of The Rumour, Whose Members Produce, Arrange, And Play On All Of The Tracks On This Album (With Occasional Cameo Appearances From Pub Rock Icons Graham Parker, Terry Williams, And Nick Lowe). The Results Of This Transatlantic Crossbreeding Are Generally Winning, If A Little Uneven; On A Few Tracks, It Seems As If Both Carter And The Rumour Are Keeping Some Of Their Energy In Check As They Try To Feel Each Other Out. For The Most Part, Though, The Performances On Carlene Carter Are Bright And Enthusiastic, And The Songwriting Contributions Of Alex Call, Graham Parker, And Carter Herself Are All Quite Good, Even If Their Subject Matter Is Generally Nothing More Complex Than Love Gone Wrong. To Top It All Off, Carter Had The Good Sense To Call In At Least One Family Member To Help Out -- And Brother-In-Law Rodney Crowell Did Not Disappoint, Contributing "Never Together But Close Sometimes," A Bouncy Rocker That's The Album's Clear Highlight.” - K.A. Scott, AMG... more details
 

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