FAME Review: Rick Adams - No Cover at the Door
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Rick Adams - No Cover at the Door

No Cover at the Door

Rick Adams

Available from CD Baby.

A review written for the Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange
by Mike Jurkovic
(mjpj55@gmail.com)

The twang and tumble of She Got Caboose opens Adams' well-spring of roadhouse country with a fanciful insight to his lady's strut. Honey In The Tree takes it even lustfully further while The More That She Dances just sends the poor boy over the edge.

No Cover at The Door is a no frills, no glossy Nashville cross genre sales oriented mashup of glittery old rock school riffs and superstar duets. Nope, none of that, not on your life. Not on Rick Adams' life either. Can't find much information on Adams, but I can safely say the guy knows his craft (Blue Just Looks Black, Some Winds Are Lonesome, Three More Rivers) and maybe he likes it that way: a mysterious presence known only for his songs. Recorded in Austin, TX and Alexandria, LA with sparse accompaniment from emphatic players including Bennet Spielvogel - keys, Ryan Gould - slap bass, and Lisa Brand - fiddle. No Cover at The Door is one of those discs that you fortunately stumble upon while making your way through all the schlock.

Track List:

  • She Got Caboose
  • Honey In The Tree
  • Blue Just Looks Black
  • No Cover At The Door
  • I'm Gonna Buy You A Shrimp Boat
  • Yazoo Delta Railway
  • The More That She Dances
  • Bury The Pain
  • Foolin' Me
  • Going To Memphis 1933
  • Some Winds are Lonesome
  • Three More Rivers
  • Liberer L'Amour (Bust The Lock)
Produced by: David Praet w/ Nick Guttman

Edited by: David N. Pyles
(dnpyles@acousticmusic.com)

Copyright 2013, Peterborough Folk Music Society.
This review may be reprinted with prior permission and attribution.
 
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