Tentatively titled Rust Dust and Horse Manure (the Anatomy of a Break Up), Peter Lavender's follow up CD Never Now is a nod to the pop/rock sounds of the 1970's. In each of the ten new songs there is a search for truth and understanding, each analyzing the struggle between heart and mind to accept the hand that's been dealt. 'The arrangements and progressions on many of the tracks may sound upbeat but it's the passionate blue eyed soul of Lavender's vocals and beautiful truth of the lyrics that hold our attention as we listen just a little bit closer the next time.' JoeG Host of Droppin' Knowledge WMBR Boston Setting aside the country/folk rock of his debut CD Back to Normal, Lavender instead prefers the pop rock stylings of Todd Rundgren, Joe Jackson and Badfinger. Like Back to Normal, Lavender once again plays all the instruments with Sir Bob Nash (Melvern Taylor and his Fabulous Meltones) helping out on drums.
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