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Everton Chambers - Walk in Peace

Everton Chambers - Walk in Peace

Everton Chambers - Walk in Peace

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Everton Chambers’ 80s sounding debut album.


Globalization is amazing. 80s digital dancehall cult singer Everton Chambers has just released his debut album. On the Swedish underground label Fast Forward Sound, a label that has only released one production prior to Everton Chambers’ brand new twelve track set.

Everton Chambers - Walk in Peace'Walk in Peace' was recorded in Stockholm, Sweden, with production by Fast Forward Sound, Viktorious and One Away Studios. Apparently Everton Chambers spent about a month on one of the producers’ couch while recording the album.

Thumping and bouncy mid 80s and early 90s sounding riddims lay the foundation for Everton Chambers’ passionate, gospel-flavored, singing style, often reminiscent of the late and great Garnett Silk.

And it actually sounds like a vintage album recorded by using only a Casio keyboard and a Commodore 64. The riddims are simple yet effective and tuff and Everton Chambers’ voice doesn’t have much backing vocals, which adds to the no-frills feeling. The only track that has something resembling to a grand chorus is the dark and roaring They Can’t Run, one of a majority of cultural numbers.

'Walk in Peace' is available on digital platforms and as a limited to 500 edition LP.

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