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Trevor Hall - Everything Everytime Everywhere

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Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2011-08-19
Label: Vanguard Records
Genre: Pop
Producer: Jimmy Messer
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Trevor Hall is the musical son of 3 different fathers, Bob Marley, Sting and Paul Young. His new album "Everything Everytime Everywhere" gives the listener a huge dose of reggae but also a bit of street jazz, groovy pop and hip hop. The closest we get to the hip hop factor are the tracks "Fire" and "Dr Seuss" which both arereally cool, Trevor likes to take a musical trip to Jamaica with songs like "The return", "Different hunger" and "Good rain". The best stuff is ofcourse the Sting-like pop of "Brand new day" and "The love wouldnt die" that makes you wanna singalong in no time, I could bet a 1000 bucks that it was Pino Palladino on bass but it´s Brian Lang that has the same fretless sound like Pino on Paul Young´s records. A really bright sounding album.

Tracklisting 1. Introduction
2. The Return
3. Brand New Day
4. Fire (feat. Cherine Anderson)
5. All I Ever Know
6. Different Hunger
7. Dr. Seuss
8. Te Amo
9. Good Rain
10. The Love Wouldn't Die
11. The Mountain
12. The Mountain (Album Version) [Hidden Track]


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