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Kimberley Rew & Lee Cave-Berry | Return of the Comb

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Return of the Comb

by Kimberley Rew & Lee Cave-Berry

Classic old school rock'n'roll
Genre: Pop: 50's Pop
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1. Yakety Yak
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1:49 $0.99
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2. Swinging on a Star
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3. Harlem Nocturne
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4. It Should Have Been Me
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5. Why Don't You Love Me
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6. Speedo
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7. Straighten up and Fly Right
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8. I'm Ready
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3:11 $0.99
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9. Jackson
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2:01 $0.99
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10. Misirlou
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2:32 $0.99
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11. Blues Stay Away from Me
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3:29 $0.99
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12. Peter Gunn
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2:05 $0.99
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13. It'll Be Me
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3:06 $0.99
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14. Ain't That Loving You Baby
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2:43 $0.99
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15. Peanut Butter
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2:27 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 2005 I found myself taking one musical step sideways and (hopefully and cautiously over a longer interval) two steps forward. This sounds like some profound career move, but as usual I had very little idea of where Lee and I were actually musically destined. In the post Katrina and the Waves period (post anything is never a positive definition) we’d been offered various support gigs, by all kinds of well meaning people, in trendy (at least they seemed trendy to fifty year old me) venues around London. It was a bit like not being there, or being invisible. One or two movers and shakers might think you were some sort of elder statesman, little known but about to be better known, but that didn’t mean you were actually going to entertain the public who were there on the night, who weren’t there because you were there, and you didn’t have a big noisy band. Something else was evidently required, and it started with a kind of re education (at least for me; Lee had served her rock and roll roots apprenticeship on the road opening for Fats Domino).
The most recent song on Lend Me Your Comb is It’s My Own Business by Chuck Berry, from 1965, tho of course it’s a later example of the catcysmically culture changing style pioneered about ten years earlier, to which just about everything else on the album belongs.
All was recorded in two sessions, in one room, with one vocal microphone (with Lee one side and myself the other). We discouraged close miking of drums (sorry Alex!) Alex of course is from Katrina and the Waves; Ian Gibbons from the Kinks, Dr Feelgood and several others; Julian Dawson from a distinguished career not only as harmonica player, but also singer, writer, bandleader, band member (look him up). Guitarist John Wright was about to start his Wednesday Session in Cambridge, still going strong at the time of writing (2018), whose tolerant audience has been the springboard for just about all of Lee’s and my creative efforts since.
Volume 2, Return of the Comb, was recorded in 2008.
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