Peter Murphy's Carver Combo | One Sin Between Me And The Lord

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One Sin Between Me And The Lord

by Peter Murphy's Carver Combo

Dark, hypnotic, voodoo music.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stalker
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4:45 $0.99
2. Sometimes
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3:31 $0.99
3. Maricopa Girl
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5:52 $0.99
4. Reptile
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4:15 $0.99
5. Bones & Pearls
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3:56 $0.99
6. Instigator
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6:53 $0.99
7. Stray Boxcar Town
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3:35 $0.99
8. In The Ballroom
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4:37 $0.99
9. Lovers Line
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1:57 $0.99
10. One Sin Between Me & The Lord
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4:56 $0.99
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Album Notes
Staffan Johansson and Peter Murphy first met in the fall of 1999. After half an hour in rehearsal, they performed their first gig together in a small club in stockholm and have just kept going on ever since. Wanting to add a bit more diversity to their music, they decided to call the best. Stefan Cronebck had been playing with Staffan before and Andreas Nordell with Peter and by springtime 2000, Peter Murphy's Carver Combo was a fact. Very quickly everything fell into place and they developed a way of making music that was both fast, rewarding and very exiting. Peter writes the songs and the whole band brings what they've got to the arrangements. With Andreas inventive upright bass playing and beautiful backing vocals, Stefan's dynamic drumming and Staffan's characteristic and unpredictable guitar playing combined with Peters songs, they found a sound of their own. This sound has been described in various ways and will hopefully continue to be described in various ways. Even though having many songs is one of the strengths with this band, it can make it difficult when it comes to picking out the right ones for a debut album. After playing the clubs in Stockholm (one highlight being a gig with Rufus Wainright) for about a year and a half, making demos and plans our boys entered the Eastman Studio in 2003 to record "One sin between me & the Lord". With a little financial help from Sony Publishing and a truckload of help from their co-producer Jerker Eklund it was finished a year later. The record is full of guest musicians and one of them, the fabulous Markus Olsson, who plays sax and bass clarinet on the album, is now a permanent member of the band, adding further to the Carver Combo sound with his feverish organ playing. A man of many talents! So with Markus in the band and a brand new record up their sleeve, I give you: Peter Murphy's Carver Combo.



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Lara Monster

Hello! I'm a 'One Sin Between Me And The Lord' junkie!
This is one of the most immediately addictive albums I've heard in a long time. You know how it usually takes a second or even third listen to really appreciate a new LP? Well, no need for that with 'One Sin...' You get hooked IMMEDIATELY. It's an eclectic mix of all sorts of styles that appeal to the ear of ALL TRUE music lovers. Great music, great arrangements, great lyrics, great EVERYTHING - and that goes for ALL 10 tracks. And Peter's vocals? Smooth, silky and strong, always leaving you wanting more. It's truely an awesome debut album. Every single person I've played it to is a junkie like me now! 'One Sin...' MUST be in your collection. Believe me.

jessica smith

i don't quite remember
i don't quite remember where i discovered them...but am so pleased that i have. i don't quite remember when i have been so instantly drawn to a musical group. i don't quite remember when i had to have a cd this badly. i don't quite remember wanting to travel to a distant land just to see someone live. but i wont share my new discovery every chance i get. keep it up.....much love and praises- jess


sacramental sounds
call upon the choir, because the church of peter murphy's carver combo is in service! this album has sounds to save your soul and verses that speak deep from the dark directly into your heart. you'll drown in beats beautiful enough for baptism, you'll find peace in lyrics lovely as prayers, and from start to finish the album is a ride resembling that of a resurrection in the world of music today. a sweet and stellar sacrament for well beyond the ears...

george sweet

Atmospheric Audio Delight
This album has all the steamy & mysterious atmosphere of a New Orleans vampire story.

Louise Dawson

I adore this album
These days i find it harder and harder to find new music that possesses a genuine and truely timeless quality. One Sin is that and so much more. This record is a rare treasure, and a priceless addition to any music lovers collection. If it were possible to give this album more than five stars I would. Brilliant!


Original & fascinating
Original & fascinating indeed. The recording is warm and analog in it's sound, lovely. The lyrics are the really excellent and I'm so happy to hear a current recording pay some attention to the words. This recording is about atmosphere all the way. Quit wasting time reading this & start listening, Just get it!

Connubial Muse (Kyle)

10 thumbs up! The best new CD I have heard in a long time!
The album “One Sin” is simply terrific in every way and we are fortunate to be able to get it in the U.S. now. The vocals are quite moving and the band impressive in every way (especially the lovely standup bass tones). Every song on the CD is entertaining and well written. After listening to each track dozens of times now, it continues to impress me. My personal favorites are: ‘Maricopa Girl’, ‘Reptile’, ‘In the Ballroom’, ‘Stray Box Car’ and ‘Sometimes’ – but I enjoy them all immensly. The style of music varies from track to track but reminds me of the best of many styles all rolled into one. In my collection of over 1100 CDs, this is a top 10 for me! Truly refreshing.


Every fucking song is awesome.
Voodoo music indeed.