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Some Hearts

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  • Audio CD (29 Sept. 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music & VI
  • ASIN: B000008FFD
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 215,794 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GlynLuke TOP 100 REVIEWER on 3 Aug. 2014
Format: Audio CD
Until earlier this year, this was simply the last record the Everly Brothers had made. Now, tragically, it has to be called their final album. It was recorded as long ago as 1988, when Don & Phil were mere striplings at around fifty.
In the eighties they made three LPs for Mercury, this was the third and, it has to be said, easily the least good of the three.
I doubt if it was possible for the sublime Everlys to make a bad record, but the trouble with this intermittently interesting last one is twofold: the overwhelming production (courtesy of the Everlys themselves, sad to say) and the fact that, due to the less than flattering sound, neither the songs nor the brothers' vocals - always their chief selling-point, after all - come across as well as they might.
And, even sadder to say, most of the songs are really not all that good. Ironically considering the title, it's as though their hearts weren't quite in it.
Add to that an annoying preponderance of bland synths coupled with unimaginative arrangements, and you'd think there's little for anyone to bother with here.
Well, not quite.
The title track is pretty good, Phil's song Brown Eyes is lovely (what you can hear of it beneath the bombastic production) and their heartfelt version of the great John Hiatt's Any Single Solitary Heart, which closes the album, is well worth the wait.
Their cover of Don't Worry Baby, with the Beach Boys themselves on back-up vocals, is intriguing to hear, the song suiting them well, but it's really nothing very special.
I hate to say it, since I revere the Everlys, but this is nowhere near their best, despite being worth having for the completist. Far better were the previous two Mercury LPs - in fact they're both superb five-star records. This one barely deserves the three I've generously given it. Believe me, it gives me no pleasure to admit that.

Their last and final gasp, two big hearts - worth hearing just for that.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ROBIN on 10 July 2012
Format: Audio CD
I have been trying for many years to obtain a copy of this CD and I finally managed to get one from the USA. It was expensive but well worth it. These tracks were recorded in 1988, and the boys sounded as good as they ever did.

The title track "Some Hearts", is by far the longest track on the CD, over 5 minutes in fact, and is the moderately uptempo ballad that the boys do so well. Don Everly has the lead vocal on all 10 tracks, with Phil harmonizing so well. On the second track "Don`t Worry Baby", they are supported manfully by the Beach Boys, well it was their song first! "Ride The Wind" could have been a solo for Phil, certainly his type of song.

"Be My Love Again" another pacy ballad. "Can`t Get Over It" likewise. "Angel Of Darkness" and "Brown Eyes" give a gentler feel, more like the Everlys of old. "Three Bands Of Steel" is another thumper well handled by Don (Phil is in there somewhere). "Julianne", an uptempo tune with a solid beat has the feel of a sixties pop tune, which no doubt would have been successful. Finally we have "Any Single Solitary Heart", the type of song that the boys did so well, earlier in their careers. It is a sentimental ballad, plaintively sung.

So good to hear this CD again, I have the LP, but do not have anything to play it on any more.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rockdiva on 4 Mar. 2015
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A great cd from the unforgettable talented Everly Brothers.A must for fans.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Some Hearts, the last studio album 1 Dec. 2007
By Debra Turner - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I have all three of the Everly Brothers' Mercury Studio albums. I like this last album just as much as the first two (produced by Dave Edmunds). "Some Hearts," produced by Don and Phil themselves, features what they do best - love songs, and they sing them from the heart. Once again their songs capture interesting observations about falling in and out of love. Like their first two 80s albums, this last one brings the Everlys' sound up to date while keeping the emphasis on their crisp, stirring voices. Standouts, for me, include the ballad: "Be My Love Again" and the stompers: "Can't Get Over It," "Ride the Wind" and "Angel of the Darkness." There is always a bit of country and a lot of rock and roll in the Everly sound. And what is true of their music overall also holds for their last studio album, namely, you'll never grow tired of listening to it.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Excellent addition to the collection 19 April 2014
By iReview65 - Published on
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This album is such a great part of the later year recordings. I love the "Don't Worry Baby" version of the Beach Boys hit, and the tracks that were written by Don Everly, particularly "Be My Love Again". Wasn't sure what to expect from this since I really hadn't heard any of these songs prior to ordering the CD, and am very, very happy I went ahead with the buy. Such talent.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By ROBIN - Published on
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When these two brothers got together again in the early 1980`s, their renowned harmonies were different, but just as good as before. This CD is a fine example and proof that quality is never lost. Hard to pick a favourite track, as I like them all.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Some hearts are worth waiting for. 18 Jan. 2006
By Johnny Heering - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This was the third, and last, studio album the Everly Brothers recorded for Mercury Records. It is also the weakest of the three albums. The main problem here is that the songs aren't quite as good this time around. The fault there lies with the Everlys themselves, since they wrote seven of the ten songs here. I suppose it's admirable that they wanted to write the majority of the material themselves, but the other Mercury albums (where they only wrote one to three songs) are better.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Not Disappointed 14 Jan. 2014
By NYReader - Published on
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I was not sure about buying a used copy of this album. I had owned it years ago but had warned out the taped copy I had and couldn't find it on cd. I took a chance on this used copy. It showed up fairly quickly for being shipped across country in the winter. The cd was not a disappointment. The packaging was almost like brand new and the cd played with no problems at all. I would buy from this seller again.
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