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Thursday, Mar 18 2004 | 15:57

It took almost two years, but now Peven Everett‘s album for Rush Hour’s Kindred Spirits imprint is ready to be released!

“Kissing Game” is based on his love for soulful house music in true Chicago style (remember his releases for Large & Prescription with Roy Davis). Though playing many instruments himself he brought in 2 artists; the vocal talents of Billie Jewel and Larry Billups on percussion to spice up this release. Though the main element is house music, it is a musical trip, really. From the downtempo jazz of “The Lillie Walk” to the rap influenced “High Life” via the musical uptempo “Kissing Game” and “Puerto Rico” to the more minimal, classic Chi house influenced “Parrell” …

28 years old Peven Everett spent the first eight years of his career as a jazz musician. He was on the road with Betty Carter and the Marsalis brothers. In 1998 he moved back from New York to his hometown Chicago and collaborated with house music originator Roy Davis Jr. Everett’s songwriting and vocal skills gave that special extra to huge hits such as “Gabrielle” and “Watch Them Come”. In late 2002, Peven Everett released his debut album on ABB Soul. “Studio Confessions” proved that this singer and musician can also do outstanding R&B songs.

Following up the stunning “Sun Ra Dedication” compilation, Amsterdam’s Kindred Spirits imprint continues to put out high quality music with the release of Pven Everett’s “Kissing Game”.

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