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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Cliff Eberhardt was one of those singer/songwriters who took a long time to make a formal album one of the copyrights here was 1974, and you could hear the years, the miles, and the struggle in his songs. "White Lightning" commented on the need of the singer to escape a provincial existence; "My Father's Shoes" dealt with separation from family; and the title song a duet with strong influence Richie Havens reflected on the length of the journey. For the most part, however, Eberhardt was concerned with romance, usually with a sense of idealized commitment in songs whose titles sometimes told the story: "Always Want to Feel Like This," "Just To Walk Down the Street With ...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Cliff Eberhardt was one of those singer/songwriters who took a long time to make a formal album one of the copyrights here was 1974, and you could hear the years, the miles, and the struggle in his songs. "White Lightning" commented on the need of the singer to escape a provincial existence; "My Father's Shoes" dealt with separation from family; and the title song a duet with strong influence Richie Havens reflected on the length of the journey. For the most part, however, Eberhardt was concerned with romance, usually with a sense of idealized commitment in songs whose titles sometimes told the story: "Always Want to Feel Like This," "Just To Walk Down the Street With You." Singing in a gruff, earnest tenor, he always seemed to have come through a long period of difficulties to this one, perfect love, even if, as in the beautiful "Your Face," he was still writing from a distance. In his solo concerts, Eberhardt could seem even more impassioned; on record, with a backing band to blend into, his mannerisms were less pronounced and one got less of a sense of his impressive guitar playing; he recalled Bruce Springsteen especially in the Darkness on the Edge of Town cadences of "Right Now" and the small-town reminiscences of "White Lightning" more than Ray Charles. "If you let your passion loose," he sang in "White Lightning," "you would run like fire." But passion remained his ruling emotion.
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  • Release Date: 8/10/1990
  • Label: Windham Hill Records
  • UPC: 019341109242
  • Catalog Number: 1092

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Cliff Eberhardt Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals
Richie Havens Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals
Shawn Colvin Background Vocals
David Buskin Piano
Bashiri Johnson Percussion
Geoff Eberhardt Background Vocals
Jake Ehrenreich Drums, Background Vocals
Seth Farber Keyboards
Lissa Hattersley Background Vocals
Kevin Jenkins Bass
Jeff Pevar Electric Guitar
Marc Shulman Electric Guitar
Technical Credits
Peter Gallway Producer
Jim Douglas Engineer
Michael Golub Engineer
Ted Jensen Mastering
Marc Shulman Contributor
Tony Volante Engineer
Anne Robinson Art Direction, Concept
Candace Upman Graphic Design
Jimmy Douglas Engineer
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