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Havard Pedersen - Never Felt So Good (2011)

7-10-2014, 04:01
Music | Blues | Rock

Havard Pedersen - Never Felt So Good (2011)

Artist: Havard Pedersen
Title Of Album: Never Felt So Good
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Havard Pedersen
Genre: Electric Blues, Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 52:02 Min
Total Size: 127 Mb


1. I Love The Sun (Feat. Alexander Stenerud)
2. Just A Little Teardrop (Feat. Petter Carlsen)
3. Never Felt So Good
4. Our Song (Feat. Petter Carlsen)
5. Still In Love With You (Feat. John Norum)
6. The Black Eagle (Feat. Kai Somby)
7. Dudette
8. Sugarbaby (Feat. Kjetil Linnes)
9. Mighty Bird (Feat. Wenche Marie Haetta)
10. Make Belive (Feat. Jan Arild Soernes)
11. Nothern Sky (Feat. Alexander Stenerud)
12. Mobile Dreams (Feat. Odd Ivar Johnsen)
13. The Greatest Fan Of All (Feat. Thor Even Johansen)
14. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Feat. Bjorn Conrad Berg)

Håvard Pedersen is a guitarist/singer and songwriter from Norway. He plies his trade in rock bands Cinematic World and The Norwegian Beatles, and this solo album was released in November 2010. Håvard is from a musical family, as his cousins are John and Tone Norum. For those of you that don’t know, Tone Norum is a Norwegian singer andJohn Norumis better known for playing guitar in hard rock band Europe as well as releasing several solo albums, and spending some time in rock band Dokken.

I’d not heard of Håvard until this album dropped through my letterbox the other day, having been asked by a friend of mine in Italy if I’d be interested in giving it a listen. I’m always up for trying new things, and I find I like most things guitar orientated, so naturally the answer was yes. You know what? I’m bloody glad I did, as this album is full of great stuff. If I’m honest, it’s not the sort of stuff I would have gone out and actively looked for, but that’s testament to my ignorance and reflects nothing on the quality of the music, which is of a very high standard.

The album contains 14 tracks, 11 of which are original songs, and there are 3 absolutely brilliant cover versions. The first is “Just a Little Teardrop” by Norwegian 60′s band The Pussycats,then we have a version of Thin Lizzy’s “Still In Love With You” featuring John Norum on guitar and lead vocals, and in light of recent events, I can think of nothing else I’ve heard to be a more heartfelt tribute to the late, great Gary Moore. John Norum’s sound and vocal tone are suited perfectly to the song, and it was goosebump inducing. The third cover is yet another interpretation of George Harrison penned Beatles classic “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and again, being totally honest, this is one of the finest versions I’ve heard of the song anywhere, and I’ve heard many versions. The original material is really varied, touching on a lot of Håvard’s influences, including blues, rockabilly, pop/punk and a whole heap more. This makes for an album that is hugely diverse, and you could listen to it a lot without ever getting bored of it.(Jon Seymour)

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