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An Evening With Jimmie Spheeris


Download links and information about An Evening With Jimmie Spheeris by Jimmie Spheeris. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:32:29 minutes.

Artist: Jimmie Spheeris
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:32:29
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No. Title Length
1. Monte Luna 5:43
2. Play That Song 4:00
3. Nightingale Come Sail 3:33
4. Let It Flow 4:58
5. Seeds of Spring 4:25
6. Tequila Moonlight 5:12
7. Emerald and the Dream Dance 3:56
8. Hills in My Head 5:10
9. Ain't No Use in Walkin' (When You Can Stroll) 6:08
10. It's All in the Game 4:54
11. Rosie's Night Out 6:13
12. The Dragon Is Dancing 4:09
13. Since If Fell for You 7:08
14. I Am the Mercury 8:22
15. Eternity Spin 5:06
16. The Original Tap Dancing Kid 8:33
17. The Nest 4:59



After reissuing all of Jimmie Spheeris' Epic titles on CD in the late '90s, Rain came out with two previously unreleased Spheeris recordings in 2000. One was Spheeris, which contains material he recorded in 1983 and 1984 (the year of his untimely death). The other is this live two-CD set, which was recorded at a small club in Willimantic, CT, in October 1976. These performances remained in the can for 24 years and finally became commercially available thanks to Johnny Pierce, who was Spheeris' bassist from 1973-1980 and had been keeping them in his private collection. While the sound quality is good, if imperfect, Spheeris' intimate performances are first rate. The singer/songwriter never came out with an official live album when he was alive, and the release of Evening is certainly cause for celebration. No Spheeris fan could resist the chance to hear live versions of "Seeds of Spring," "I am the Mercury," "The Dragon Is Dancing," "The Nest," or "Eternity Spin." Spheeris also performs a few songs that aren't on any of his studio albums, including the Buddy Johnson standard "Since I Fell for You" and "Rosie's Night Out" (which takes a look at the sleazier side of Hollywood Boulevard). Casual listeners would be better off starting out with Isle of View or The Dragon Is Dancing, but for the confirmed Spheeris enthusiast, this double-CD is a joy to listen to.