Details about Lisa Marie Presley - Now What (Clean) (2005) - Used - CSee original listing
Jun 18, 2012
Somewhere in US, United States
|Condition:||Good||Artist:||Lisa Marie Presley|
|Release Date:||Apr 05, 2005||Format:||CD|
|Genre:||Rock||Duration:||Album or EP|
1. I'll Figure It Out
5. Dirty Laundry
6. When You Go
8. High Enough
9. Turned to Black
11. Now What
Personnel: Lisa Marie Presley (vocals, keyboards, background vocals); Lisa Marie Presley; Robert "Robbie" Bishop, Steve Jones (guitar); John Wittenberg, Audrey Solomon, DeLeon Armen, Julian Hallmark, Josephina Vergara, Berj Garabedian, Mario Diaz de Leon (violin); Matt Funes, Evan Wilson (viola); Larry Corbett (cello); Roger Manning , Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (piano, organ, keyboards); Zac Rae, Zak Rae (electric piano); Paul Bushnell (bass guitar); Abraham Laboriel, Sr. (drums); P!nk (vocals); Lyle Workman (guitar, electric piano); Michael Lockwood (guitar, programming); Stuart Mathis, Nick Lashley (guitar); Joel Derouin (violin); Suzie Katayama, Cameron Stone (cello); Eric Rosse (piano, organ, keyboards, synthesizer, programming); Joey Waronker, Matt Chamberlain (drums); Drew Hester (tambourine, percussion).
Audio Mixers: Dave Way; Tom Lord-Alge.
Editors: Eric Rosse; Kevin Churko.
Photographer: Susanna Howe.
For Lisa Marie Presley, becoming a pop singer at the age of 35 via her 2003 debut, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, was a difficult step, especially given her stellar lineage. Two years later, NOW WHAT finds Elvis's only child considerably more confident, writing lyrics for every song, save a cover of Don Henley's "Dirty Laundry," which is draped in slick guitar lines and programmed drum loops.
Throughout the record, Presley strikes a tough pose, and growls her way through a brace of songs loaded with plenty of personal meaning. These tunes range from a moving tribute to her mother, Priscilla ("Raven") to a mid-tempo shout-out to a close-knit circle of friends ("Thanx"). There's also "When You Go," a somber ode to late punk icon Johnny Ramone, into which Presley pours herself with verve. A few famous names also pop up on NOW WHAT, most notably hit-doctor Linda Perry, whose contributions include co-writes on the prickly rocker "Idiot" (featuring guitar riffs by former Sex Pistol Steve Jones) and the soaring "Shine" (with harmonies courtesy of Perry pal Pink). With Presley's emotional investment readily apparent, NOW WHAT shows the King's daughter taking charge of her own musical future.