Gerry Devine and the Hi-Beams | Fire Lane

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Fire Lane

by Gerry Devine and the Hi-Beams

The Searchers meet Gram Parsons or, more simply, Merseybeat cowboy music.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Anybody Else
3:36 album only
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2. Push Comes To Love
2:47 album only
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3. The Exception That Proves The Rule
3:08 album only
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4. Why Does Love Have To Be Like That
3:00 album only
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5. Excuses, Excuses
3:34 album only
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6. If I Ever Get Another Chance
3:08 album only
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7. A Drop Of Rain
4:52 album only
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8. You Won't Have To Tell Me Twice
4:01 album only
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9. Slow Poison
4:14 album only
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10. (Man Oh Man) That Was Some Short Ride
3:05 album only
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11. Nowhere Fast
4:20 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Fire Lane" is the debut album from Gerry Devine and the Hi-Beams, a New York City quartet whose music falls somewhere between jangly 60s-inspired pop and off-center country rock; their sound has been described as "The Searchers meet Gram Parsons" and, more simply, "Merseybeat cowboy music."

Prior to starting the group, Devine was a fixture on the Greenwich Village scene that also included Suzanne Vega and Shawn Colvin. He first achieved notice with a 1989 New York Music Award for Best New Songwriter.

"Fire Lane" was produced by Marc Moss, formerly of the well-regarded Delaware band Bad Sneakers; the cover was designed by Carol Bokuniewicz, who also did Talking Heads' "Remain in Light."

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