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Love Thinketh No Evil
     

Love Thinketh No Evil

by Peter Himmelman
 
After a five year hiatus, during which he made a children's album, Himmelman returns with an edgier sound, in no small part owed to finding a new set of players to back him. Though "Eyeball" is rather shocking in its newness -- Nine Inch Nails (!) drummer Chris Vrenna was called

Overview

After a five year hiatus, during which he made a children's album, Himmelman returns with an edgier sound, in no small part owed to finding a new set of players to back him. Though "Eyeball" is rather shocking in its newness -- Nine Inch Nails (!) drummer Chris Vrenna was called in -- it may in fact earn him some new fans. Yet, it's the more traditional sounding songs like the solo acoustic "Seven Circles" or the lovely, melodious showpiece, "Solitude," in which the form doesn't overtake the rich, adult-condition content, that are way more heartfelt and direct than those of the average singer/songwriter, and are Himmelman's strong suit.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/19/1999
Label:
Koch Records
UPC:
0099923803324
catalogNumber:
8033

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Performance Credits

Peter Himmelman   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Harmonica,Electric Guitar,Tambourine,Vocals,Mellotron,Shaker,fender rhodes
T Lavitz   Piano,Clavinet,fender rhodes
Wolovitch   Bass
Lee Thornberg   Trumpet
Ira Rubnitz   Vocals
Chris Vrenna   Percussion,Drums
Mike Elizondo   Bass,Upright Bass
Greg Herzenach   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Slide Guitar
Michael Elias   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Peter Himmelman   Arranger,Producer
Ira Rubnitz   Engineer
Chris Vrenna   Producer
Greg Herzenach   Producer,Engineer

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