Genya Ravan - Urban Desire (1978/2023)

Genya Ravan - Urban Desire (1978/2023)

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43:52 | Rock & Roll, Classic Rock, Power Pop | Label: BFD / The Orchard

Urban Desire is Genya Ravan creating music on her terms after artistically successful work with producers Richard Perry, Jimmy Miller, and Jim Price, along with the three strong albums she recorded with Ten Wheel Drive. As producer of the prototypical punk band the Dead Boys and their classic single "Sonic Reducer," Ravan was an essential part of the new wave explosion of the '70s, which was a blend of punk rock and power pop. Urban Desire is the quintessential new wave album, and though it caused a stir, it has never fully been recognized as the groundbreaking work it is. A driving cover of the Supremes hit "Back in My Arms Again" has guitarists Conrad Taylor and Ritchie Flieglerfragmenting Deep Purple's "My Woman from Tokyo" riff under Ravan's brilliant New York party atmosphere. That comes right after her duet with Lou Reed, a tune called "Aye Co'lorado," one of the album's highlights written by Ravan and keyboard player Charlie Giordano.

1 - Genya Ravan - Jerry's Pigeons (4:08)
2 - Genya Ravan - The Knight Ain't Long Enough (3:47)
3 - Genya Ravan - Do It Just for Me (3:56)
4 - Genya Ravan - Shot in the Heart (2:48)
5 - Genya Ravan - Aye Co'lorado (2:58)
6 - Genya Ravan - Back in My Arms Again (4:38)
7 - Genya Ravan - Cornered (4:11)
8 - Genya Ravan - The Sweetest One (3:01)
9 - Genya Ravan - Darling I Need You (3:37)
10 - Genya Ravan - Messin Around (3:33)
11 - Genya Ravan - Shadowboxing (7:03)

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