Don Everett Pearce | Brutish Little Ballet

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Brutish Little Ballet

by Don Everett Pearce

Loose & rootsy urban folk-rock.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Let Love Come Out of Time
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4:02 $0.99
2. Almost a Valentine
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4:22 $0.99
3. Looking For Water (in Joshua Tree)
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3:30 $0.99
4. Bootleg Whiskey
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4:09 $0.99
5. Backseat
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4:20 $0.99
6. Stone Rollin' Blues
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4:38 $0.99
7. Carolina Queen
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8. You Make It All Right
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Album Notes
"This is ragamuffin gospel blues sung under a streetlight. Beautiful, soulful and real." Jennifer Layton,

"Sounding like a mix between Dylan, The Stones and Van Morrison, it's an absorbing listen." Andrew Ellis,

"He knows how to build a mood, in great part thanks to the quality lyrics" Eigeen Beheer, RootsTown Music

Don Everett Pearce got started in San Diego's energetic coffeehouse scene of the early 90s and then moved on to New York City in the late 90s. "Brutish Little Ballet" was recorded in Brooklyn and the imagery of NYC is very much alive in tracks like "Backseat" and "Stone Rollin' Blues."

The live-in-the-studio approach tips a hat to Dylan and "Let it Bleed"-era Rolling Stones, with a post-punk-songwriter update via Paul Westerberg.

He now lives in Los Angeles.


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David Jackson

I was persuaded by the reviews and the sound samples, and it has more than lived up to expectations. Musically it is accomplished and varied - slide, acoustic base, sax, keyboards all in the mix. Lyrics are intelligent - vignettes, stories, metaphors. The vocals hit the mark and suit the material - Dylanesque in style and pitch - whilst probably being the difference between 5 and 4 stars on balance.


This alubm ROCKS. I want to hear more of Don Everett's music!!


Great Music!
I saw Don's CD release party quite by accident. I'm very glad I did - it's great music and a wonderful CD!

maxine merchant

this cd will rock your windmills at dusk and the road all night long. thanks, don