Now You Are My Home

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Cliff Eberhardt recorded his first cover song on his second album, cutting Smokey Robinson's "You Really Got a Hold on Me" with harmony vocals by John Gorka, Patty Larkin, and Judy Dunleavy. It was an appropriate choice for a songwriter so concerned with romantic obsession. The character depicted in his songs was a traveler references to the road and motels abounded, who had been looking for love a long time: "I've been searching," was a phrase used in both "Now You Are My Home" and "Every Time I See Your Face." This person alternated between expressions of unabashed devotion "Now You Are My Home," "Every Time I See Your Face," "Now That You Are Mine" and bitter ...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Cliff Eberhardt recorded his first cover song on his second album, cutting Smokey Robinson's "You Really Got a Hold on Me" with harmony vocals by John Gorka, Patty Larkin, and Judy Dunleavy. It was an appropriate choice for a songwriter so concerned with romantic obsession. The character depicted in his songs was a traveler references to the road and motels abounded, who had been looking for love a long time: "I've been searching," was a phrase used in both "Now You Are My Home" and "Every Time I See Your Face." This person alternated between expressions of unabashed devotion "Now You Are My Home," "Every Time I See Your Face," "Now That You Are Mine" and bitter recriminations about lost love "Ever Since I Lost Your Love," "I'm Not Quite Over You," "Baton Rouge". There were also a few variations. In "Not Alone in This World," a man with a new girlfriend can't help thinking about an old one, while "I Thought That You Should Know" and "One or Two Things You Don' t Know" find him tentatively proposing a relationship. Throughout, the singer wore all his emotions on his sleeve, whether love, anger, or regret: "I believe that nothing comes to those who hesitate," he declared, which gave his expression a raw immediacy. He backed up these explosions of feeling with his rough tenor on tracks less produced than those on his debut album and therefore more dominated by his guitar work and singing. At times, his song construction and performance transcended the material, especially on "Baton Rouge" which someone in Nashville should get a hold of and "Make Me Believe," turning them into powerful statements of feeling. But the album was uneven and repetitive, and Eberhardt's angst and fervor could be wearing.
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  • Release Date: 10/22/1993
  • Label: Shanachie
  • UPC: 016351800824
  • Catalog Number: 8008

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Cliff Eberhardt Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Nanci Griffith Vocals
John Gorka Vocals
Julian Coryell Guitar
Judy Dunleavy Vocals
Seth Farber Keyboards
Kevin Jenkins Bass
Jerry Marotta Drums
Rachel Polisher Vocals
Liz Queler Bass
Marc Shulman Electric Guitar
Dave Wonsey Percussion
Technical Credits
Larkin Dunleavy Contributor
Dave Wonsey Engineer
Danny Weiss Producer
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