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She Loves You Update, Afterhours

Date: 05.21.04
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Former Afghan Whigs frontman Greg Dulli and his group The Twilight Singers are wrapping up their work on "She Loves You," a collection of covers that is expected to hit stores in late summer.

Dulli will spend much of June producing a new album for the Italian rock band Afterhours, according to his publicist.

The work with Afterhours is confirmed by Greg, who is headed out to Italy in the next few days.

She Loves You is being mastered today. Tracklisting:
feeling of gaze/hope sandoval
too tough to die/martina topley-bird
strange fruit/billie holiday
what makes you think you're the one/fleetwood mac
real love/mary j blige
hard time killing floor/skip james
a love supreme/john coltrane
please stay(once you go away)/marvin gaye
black is the color of my true love's hair/nina simone
summertime/george and ira gershwin

Look for a late August/early September release.

Previous tracklist and SLY news.

Comment on "She Loves You Update, Afterhours"

marina Says:

No Chaka....
I'm shocked......
That's cool, it sounded great live!

Posted: May 22, 2004 01:39 AM

Manny Bones Says:

Nor Cloudbursting...oh well...

Posted: May 22, 2004 02:43 AM

scarredgod Says:

i agree the Chaka song was great live, i was looking forward to hearing it on the CD, along with Cloudbusting. emo is gonna be maaaaaad! as far as i know they did record the songs so they will probably turn up as B-sides at some point, hopefully.

Posted: May 22, 2004 12:04 PM

lee Says:

nothing to complain about here. this is a full album, less than a year after blackberry. way more than i expected.

Posted: May 22, 2004 12:13 PM

jbrooks Says:


Posted: May 22, 2004 02:50 PM

Tammy Says:

a love supreme/john coltrane
please stay(once you go away)/marvin gaye

Oh man..this is going to be good. :)

I didn't know that Nina was from NC. How cool!

Posted: May 22, 2004 09:55 PM

cc Says:

wet with anticipation...

Posted: May 24, 2004 07:46 AM

Notbob Says:

Real Love...
Personally, I'm interested in hearing the Dulli take on that song. Mainly due to the fact that Mike Doughty (former frontman for Soul Coughing) has had it as part of his "small rock" solo act for a few years. If you know Doughty's style, the contrast should be intruiging.

I think the Coltrane and Gaye tracks should be pretty killer. I think Dulli has been channeling those guys for a while himself. :)

All in all, looks like a pretty solid selection. The ones they played during this tour certainly had enough of a Twilight stamp on them to not stick out as covers during the set. Well, save Hyperballad...but, ya know, Bjork I think exists in her own layer of mighty music, and it's hard to alter that.

Posted: May 25, 2004 03:58 AM

blake Says:

Cloudbusting, dove cuesto?
I was really digging it on the last tour, and it seemed so Twilight-ish too that it would have been great. Why not guys? Hope that will be a b-side sometime.

Posted: May 25, 2004 11:15 AM

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