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Y&T Music is proud to announce the release of a special tribute album, "Shine On: A Tribute to Pete Ham, featuring 35 new recordings of songs written by the legendary founding member of the British rock band, Badfinger. All net profits will go to Mental Health America of Southeast Florida, the wonderful organization that is doing very important work in the field of mental health care and suicide prevention. The musicians who've come together to salute this lost genius chose the songs they wanted to cover, as Pete Ham, along with the legacy of Badfinger, continues to move and inspire every generation. "The more I learned about Badfinger," says longtime Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers drummer Stan Lynch, who contributed to three of the Shine On tracks, "the more upset it made me, because they were so rich with promise. It's not just a cautionary tale - it's truly heartbreaking." As part of the Speaker Wars, with vocalist Jon Christopher Davis, Lynch turns "No Matter What" - Badfinger's power pop anthem - into a gently swaying, country-rocking declaration of devotion. A second version of the song, with Davis and Indian vocalist Susmita Datta, re-imagines it as a psychedelic Hindustani dream. With ex-Georgia Satellite Dan Baird, Lynch put together The Chefs; the band contributed a raucous rave-up version of "I Can't Take It," one of the few full-tilt rave-ups in the Ham catalog."That stuff was so infectious and fabulous, so obviously good," Lynch says. "I never saw them live, but at the time when you heard those songs, you knew they were a cut above. The vocals were just so emotional. They weren't showbiz. 'Day After Day' ripped my heart out." That song, perhaps Pete's most indelible gift to the world, is interpreted on Shine On by singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne, who masterfully found the emotional core and gave it a searing soulfulness that brings to mind nothing less than the legendary Dusty Springfield. That sort of inside-out happens time and again on this collection, from the sweet heartbreak of Mary Lou Lord's bared-nerves take on "Baby Blue" to Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby's spellbinding "Midnight Caller," from Melanie's heartbroken "Without You" (written by Pete with his Badfinger bandmate Tom Evans) to the love-has-no-limits rendition of "We're For the Dark" by Mary Karlzen. Each of the artists on Shine On - a true labor of love - would agree. We are all the better for however briefly sharing the planet with him.
Y&T Music is proud to announce the release of a special tribute album, "Shine On: A Tribute to Pete Ham, featuring 35 new recordings of songs written by the legendary founding member of the British rock band, Badfinger. All net profits will go to Mental Health America of Southeast Florida, the wonderful organization that is doing very important work in the field of mental health care and suicide prevention. The musicians who've come together to salute this lost genius chose the songs they wanted to cover, as Pete Ham, along with the legacy of Badfinger, continues to move and inspire every generation. "The more I learned about Badfinger," says longtime Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers drummer Stan Lynch, who contributed to three of the Shine On tracks, "the more upset it made me, because they were so rich with promise. It's not just a cautionary tale - it's truly heartbreaking." As part of the Speaker Wars, with vocalist Jon Christopher Davis, Lynch turns "No Matter What" - Badfinger's power pop anthem - into a gently swaying, country-rocking declaration of devotion. A second version of the song, with Davis and Indian vocalist Susmita Datta, re-imagines it as a psychedelic Hindustani dream. With ex-Georgia Satellite Dan Baird, Lynch put together The Chefs; the band contributed a raucous rave-up version of "I Can't Take It," one of the few full-tilt rave-ups in the Ham catalog."That stuff was so infectious and fabulous, so obviously good," Lynch says. "I never saw them live, but at the time when you heard those songs, you knew they were a cut above. The vocals were just so emotional. They weren't showbiz. 'Day After Day' ripped my heart out." That song, perhaps Pete's most indelible gift to the world, is interpreted on Shine On by singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne, who masterfully found the emotional core and gave it a searing soulfulness that brings to mind nothing less than the legendary Dusty Springfield. That sort of inside-out happens time and again on this collection, from the sweet heartbreak of Mary Lou Lord's bared-nerves take on "Baby Blue" to Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby's spellbinding "Midnight Caller," from Melanie's heartbroken "Without You" (written by Pete with his Badfinger bandmate Tom Evans) to the love-has-no-limits rendition of "We're For the Dark" by Mary Karlzen. Each of the artists on Shine On - a true labor of love - would agree. We are all the better for however briefly sharing the planet with him.
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Shine On: A Tribute To Pete Ham / Various - Shine On: A Tribute To Pete Ham / Various

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Format: CD
Label: Y&T MUSIC
Rel. Date: 05/19/2023
UPC: 843563164051

Shine On: A Tribute To Pete Ham / Various
Artist: Shine On: A Tribute To Pete Ham / Various
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Mary Lee Kortes and Eric Ambel - No More
2. The Chefs - I Can't Take It
3. The Smokin' Novas (Featuring Andrew Hyra) - Shine on
4. The Speaker Wars (Featuring Susmita Datta) - No Matter What (World Version)
5. Sweet Lizzy Project - Perfection
6. The Delevantes - Know One Knows
7. Shelby Lynne - Day After Day
8. Rob Bonfiglio - Lonely You
9. Amanda Green - Name of the Game
10. Fernando Perdomo - Savile Row
11. Mary Lou Lord - Baby Blue
12. Arlan Feiles - Walk Out in the Rain
13. Tobin Sprout - Dear Father
14. Nathalie Archangel - Blodwyn
15. Electric Piquete - Matted Spam
16. Balsamo Collins Riley - Keep Believing
17. Timothy Laroque - I'm in Love
18. Mary Karlzen - We're for the Dark
19. Amy Allison - Apple of My Eye
20. The Speaker Wars - No Matter What (Pop Version)
21. Albert Castiglia Band (Featuring Mandy Marylane) - Piano Red
22. Mic Harrison and the High Score - Meanwhile Back at the Ranch
23. Wreckless Eric ; Amy Rigby - Midnight Caller
24. Diane Ward - Lay Me Down
25. Dennis Diken (- Dennis
26. Melanie - Without You
27. Elsten Torres - Take It All
28. Nelson Bragg - Carry on Till Tomorrow
29. Jim Camacho - They're Knocking Down Our Home
30. Claudia Hoyser - Midnight Sun
31. The Parlophonics - Song for a Lost Friend
32. Life Boat - Crimson Ship
33. Jolynn Daniel - I Miss You
34. Ken Sharp - Just a Chance
35. Voice in Fashion - Timeless

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Y&T Music is proud to announce the release of a special tribute album, "Shine On: A Tribute to Pete Ham, featuring 35 new recordings of songs written by the legendary founding member of the British rock band, Badfinger. All net profits will go to Mental Health America of Southeast Florida, the wonderful organization that is doing very important work in the field of mental health care and suicide prevention. The musicians who've come together to salute this lost genius chose the songs they wanted to cover, as Pete Ham, along with the legacy of Badfinger, continues to move and inspire every generation. "The more I learned about Badfinger," says longtime Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers drummer Stan Lynch, who contributed to three of the Shine On tracks, "the more upset it made me, because they were so rich with promise. It's not just a cautionary tale - it's truly heartbreaking." As part of the Speaker Wars, with vocalist Jon Christopher Davis, Lynch turns "No Matter What" - Badfinger's power pop anthem - into a gently swaying, country-rocking declaration of devotion. A second version of the song, with Davis and Indian vocalist Susmita Datta, re-imagines it as a psychedelic Hindustani dream. With ex-Georgia Satellite Dan Baird, Lynch put together The Chefs; the band contributed a raucous rave-up version of "I Can't Take It," one of the few full-tilt rave-ups in the Ham catalog."That stuff was so infectious and fabulous, so obviously good," Lynch says. "I never saw them live, but at the time when you heard those songs, you knew they were a cut above. The vocals were just so emotional. They weren't showbiz. 'Day After Day' ripped my heart out." That song, perhaps Pete's most indelible gift to the world, is interpreted on Shine On by singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne, who masterfully found the emotional core and gave it a searing soulfulness that brings to mind nothing less than the legendary Dusty Springfield. That sort of inside-out happens time and again on this collection, from the sweet heartbreak of Mary Lou Lord's bared-nerves take on "Baby Blue" to Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby's spellbinding "Midnight Caller," from Melanie's heartbroken "Without You" (written by Pete with his Badfinger bandmate Tom Evans) to the love-has-no-limits rendition of "We're For the Dark" by Mary Karlzen. Each of the artists on Shine On - a true labor of love - would agree. We are all the better for however briefly sharing the planet with him.
        
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