“Eivets Rednow” by Eivets Rednow - album review

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TJR says

Not wishing to confuse mainstream fans, this all-instrumental affair was released under Stevie Wonder's backwardly spelled name, Eivets Rednow. Very clever. On it, he plays the harmonica, drums, piano and clavinet. Notably, he has sole writing credits on an album for the first time. Released in November, it gave a stocking filler option for your tasteless Uncle. Etihs.

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A1 [03:13] 3.3.png Eivets Rednow - Alfie (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) Pop Ballad
A2 [03:48] 3.2.png Eivets Rednow - More Than A Dream (Stevland Judkins, Henry Cosby) Pop
A3 [03:28] 2.4.png Eivets Rednow - A House Is Not A Home (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) Pop Ballad
A4 [03:04] 2.6.png Eivets Rednow - How Can You Believe (Stevland Judkins) Pop
A5 [02:26] 2.9.png Eivets Rednow - Medley: Never My Love / Ask The Lonely (Don Addrisi, Dick Addrisi - Ivy Jo Hunter, William Stevenson) Pop
B1 [06:44] 3.0.png Eivets Rednow - Ruby (Mitchell Parish, Heinz Roemheld) Pop Ballad
B2 [02:42] 2.2.png Eivets Rednow - Which Way The Wind (Stevland Judkins) Film Score / Incidental
B3 [03:16] 2.5.png Eivets Rednow - Bye Bye World (Stevland Judkins) Pop
B4 [02:54] 3.8.png Eivets Rednow - Grazing In The Grass (Harry Elston, Philemon Hou) Pop

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