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Nick Lowe - Rose Of England LP


Yep Roc Records

The Rose of England continues with a slightly more contemporary feel. John Hiatt's "She Don't Love Nobody" is a sturdy pop single, while "I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock and Roll)"-a song Lowe wrote in the '70s and was popularized by fellow Rockpile member Dave Edmunds-is given a modern kick in the pants, produced by Huey Lewis and featuring Huey's band the News. Granted, from a production standpoint it basically sounds like a Huey Lewis and the News song, but the quality of the songwriting is miles past "The Heart of Rock and Roll". The Rose of England isn't necessarily a record company's bid for Lowe to top the pop charts, though. "Seven Nights to Rock" is a lively, caffeinated rockabilly cover that feels like a timeless whirl through a more carefree time, and there isn't a synthesizer or over processed drum sound in sight.

- Side 1 -
1 Darlin' Eyes 2:43
2 She Don't Love Nobody 3:20
3 7 Nights to Rock 2:44
4 Long Walk Back 3:53
5 The Rose of England 3:24
6 Lucky Dog 3:06
- Side 2 -
1 I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock 'N' Roll) 4:25
2 Indoor Fireworks 3:31
3 (Hope to God) I'm Right 2:42
4 I Can Be the One You Love 4:00
5 Everyone 3:03
6 Bo Bo Skediddle 3:02