Two Man Band
Download links and information about Two Man Band by Peter Tork. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Pop, Teen Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 37:41 minutes.
|Genre:||Pop, Teen Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist|
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|1.||Touch Like Magic||3:42|
|3.||Every Day (featuring James Lee Stanley)||3:57|
|5.||Everybody Knows (featuring James Lee Stanley)||4:40|
|7.||Two Wrongs (featuring James Lee Stanley)||3:43|
|9.||All I Ever Wanted (featuring James Lee Stanley)||4:35|
|10.||Pleasant Valley Sunday||4:07|
Following the artistic success of his debut solo CD, Stranger Things Have Happened, Peter Tork teamed up with Beachwood labelmate James Lee Stanley. This pairing allowed Tork to further explore his acoustic, blues, and easy listening side. And, as with his first release, this is an excellent album. Both artists compliment each other and the music is very accessible. Tork has a wonderfully pleasing and distinctive voice, and Stanley's voice is a perfect blend. The two alternate lead vocals and composition credits and this, too, works. Stanley contributes more original tunes to the collection, while Tork is content to write a couple and choose suitable covers (such as the brilliant "Milkshake," a clear standout of the CD). "Pleasant Valley Sunday" is outstanding and rivals the Monkees' version. One wonders what direction the Monkees would have taken had Tork had more control. That said, this album is a treasure. A perfect album for late summer nights while relaxing.