Phil Everly ‎– Living Alone

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ELK 52 154 Phil Everly Living Alone(LP, Album) Elektra ELK 52 154 Germany 1979 Sell This Version
6E 213 Phil Everly Living Alone(LP, Album) Elektra 6E 213 Australia 1979 Sell This Version
ELK 52 154 Phil Everly Living Alone(LP, Album) Elektra ELK 52 154 Netherlands 1979 Sell This Version
6E-213 Phil Everly Living Alone(LP, Album) Elektra 6E-213 US 1979 Sell This Version
6E-213 Phil Everly Living Alone(LP, Album) Elektra 6E-213 US 1979 Sell This Version
6E-213 Phil Everly Living Alone(LP, Album, Promo) Elektra 6E-213 US 1979 Sell This Version
6E-213 Phil Everly Living Alone(LP, Album, Promo, PRC) Elektra 6E-213 US 1979 Sell This Version

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February 9, 2019
referencing Living Alone, LP, Album, ELK 52 154
••• noteworthy. Snuff Garrett produced set, Phil's one-Lp deal with Elektra, most of the cuts by Phil and cowritten with John Durrill (Five Americans, Ventures, and his songs showing up on nearly every Snuff Garrett-produced album), the sound here likely not what the world was looking for in 1979 but maybe what they needed, perhaps a bit too sweet and corny but enjoyable set, some cuts more than others, the synthesizers on "You Broke It" bringing the sound into the disco era (but now sounding so dated) but mostly (even on that song) this isn't so far from where Phil started. While so much of the mellow and country-tinged sides of power pop from the late 70s owed a lot to Phil and his brother, this set was mostly ignored, perhaps because this is too pop for country and a bit too country for pop, or perhaps because folks in 1979 were mostly looking new artists or at least old artists doing something brand new. Certainly not essential but worthwhile listen for fans.