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Everlast - Whitey Ford Sings the Blues (1999) Retail CD
A stint with boisterous Irish-American posse House Of Pain (whose one lowbrow but infectious hit, "Jump Around", has since become a staple of every malt liquor ad in the US) led to endless touring, brief forays into substance abuse and, ultimately, a near-fatal heart attack. Whereupon rapper Everlast took stock of his life, and found it wanting. He slowly gathered his strength, wrote some songs, and returned with a far more sober and thoughtful album than many--familiar only with his thuggish B-boy incarnation--would have believed him capable of. As the title suggests, it's essentially a bluesmore… record, driven for the most part by his own acoustic guitar, and while he's unlikely to pose a threat to the Howling Wolfs of the world, there's an acuity to his tales of urban unemployment, single parenthood and low-income housing, that synchs perfectly with the genre. A fascinating and mostly successful attempt at re-invention. --Andrew McGuire
|1||White boy is black|
|2||Money (dollar bill) feat. Sadat X|
|4||What it's like|
|8||Hot to death|
|11||Praise the Lord|
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