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Learn more about Eat At Whitey's (Explicit Version):

Format: CD
Sku: 60435839
UPC: 016998141120
UPC 14: 00016998141120
Release Date: 10/17/2000
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Whitey ~ Everlast
2. Black Jesus ~ Everlast
3. I Can't Move ~ Everlast
4. Black Coffee - (featuring Merry Clayton) ~ Everlast
5. Babylon Feeling - (featuring Carlos Santana) ~ Everlast
6. Deadly Assassins - (featuring B Real) ~ Everlast
7. Children's Story - (featuring Rahzel) ~ Everlast
8. Love For Real - (featuring N'Dea Davenport) ~ Everlast
9. One And The Same - (featuring N'Dea Davenport) ~ Everlast
10. We're All Gonna Die - (featuring Cee-Lo) ~ Everlast
11. Mercy On My Soul ~ Everlast
12. One, Two - (featuring Kurupt) ~ Everlast
13. Graves To Dig ~ Everlast
 
Eat At Whitey’s features an impressive array of guest stars including Santana, B-Real, N’Dea Davenport and others. Produced by Dante Ross and John Gamble, Eat At Whitey’s, contains Everlast’s most soulful and sophisticated music to date. Eat At Whitey’s is the follow up to Everlast’s highly successful, triple platinum Whitey Ford Sings the Blues. Since releasing his last album, Everlast has won a Grammy for writing “Put Your Lights On” for Carlos Santana’s Supernatural album and was also a Grammy nominee for his hit single “What It’s Like.”

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel includes: Everlast (vocals, guitar); N'Dea Davenport, Cee-Lo, Merry Clayton (vocals); Carlos Santana (guitar); Miles Tackett (cello); Keefus Ciancia, Victor Rice (bass); B-Real, Rahzel, Kurupt, John Bigham, Larry Ciancia, Patrick Freitas, Chris Thomas.
Muze PNote Producers: The Stimulated Dummies, John Gamble, Dante Ross, Everlast.
Muze PNote Recorded at SD Studios, New York, New York.
Muze PNote Personnel: Everlast (vocals, guitar, steel guitar, programming); Dorian Holley, Bob Khalil, Brendan Lynch , Chris Thomas , Chris Thomas , Jim Gilstrap, Merry Clayton, N'Dea Davenport, Phillip Ingram, Kevin Dorsey , Cee Lo Green, Brendan Lynch, C-Lo (vocals); Carlos Santana (guitar); Warren Haynes (slide guitar); Abdel Wahab (sitar); Miles Om Tackett (cello); Keith Ciancia (keyboards); Stimulated Dummies (programming).
Muze PNote Audio Mixers: Jamey Staub; Stimulated Dummies.
Muze PNote Recording information: Additional Locations; Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA; NRG Studios, L.A; NRG Studios, LA; Oceanway Studios, LA; SD Studios, New York, NY.
Muze PNote Editor: Andy VanDette.
Muze PNote Photographer: Christian Lantry.
Muze PNote For the follow-up to his breakthrough solo album WHITEY FORD SINGS THE BLUES, the former House Of Pain member continues solidifying the bridge between the worlds of rock and rap. This time out, Everlast revisits his hip-hop roots with a vengeance by loading up this 13-track opus up with plenty of jeep-worthy beats and matter-of-fact, lyrical flow. Setting the pace early on is the minute-and-a-half opening track "Whitey," which finds the gruff-sounding Irishman reasserting his lyrical prowess over a zig-zagging cello.
Muze PNote Menacing strings make an appearance on dark inner city tales like "Deadly Assassins" (featuring Cypress Hill's B-Real) and "Graves to Dig," a slow-rolling eulogy to all those cut down by gunfire in their prime. Everlast is at his best spewing out narratives, as on the ultra-funky "Children's Story," a duet with The Roots' Rahzel which tells of the tragic meeting between a strapped teen and an undercover cop. Not everything in this sumptuous banquet of beats is so grim, however; the tattooed rapper shows his soft side by featuring former Brand New Heavies vocalist N'Dea Davenport on the introspective funk of "One and the Same" and the romantic lament "Love For Real."

Engineer: John Gamble

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Carlos Santana
Muze Guest Artist Merry Clayton
Muze Guest Artist N'Dea Davenport
Muze Guest Artist Rahzel
Muze Guest Artist Kurupt
Muze Guest Artist B Real
Muze Guest Artist Cee-Lo Green

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Ali (Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations New Old Songs (Explicit Version) (Bonus Tracks)
Muze Music Compilations Buzz
Muze Music Compilations Buzz Ballads
Muze Music Compilations Life Of The Infamous:best Of Mobb Dee(Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations Ultimate Santana
Muze Music Compilations Greatest Hits
Muze Music Compilations International Hardcore Superstar(Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations World With No Skies(Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations World With No Skies 2.0(Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations Box Set Series:run Dmc
Muze Music Compilations Supernatural
Muze Music Compilations New Old Songs
Muze Music Compilations Good Times Bad Advice(Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations Paris Presents:hard Truth Soldiers V1(Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations Supernatural(Bonus Tracks)

Associated Artists and Works

House Of Pain

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 10/17/2000
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2000
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 1699814112
Music Label Name Label : Tommy Boy
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00016998141120

Professional Reviews

Rolling Stone (10/26/00, pp.107-8)
- 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...Stays ahead of the game...he is older and wiser enough to keep expanding his moral vision along with his musical confidence..."

Spin (11/00, pp.195-6)
- 7 out of 10 - "...A far more sonically consistent and textured work [than WHITEY FORD], cushioned in Americana, drenched with soul..."

Entertainment Weekly (10/20/00, p.78)
- "...An eclectic, intermittently rewarding album of first-rate re-creations..." - Rating: B

Vibe (11/00, p.162)
- 3.5 discs out of 5 - "...A fierce, gritty, and heartsick album....Older and wiser but still a baddass, Everlast definitely has seen some pain, and, lucky for us, lived to tell a stirring tale."

Melody Maker (10/24/00, p.60)
- 4.5 stars out of 5 - "...One of the lo-fi hip-hop albums of the year...akin to the wood'n'wire hip-hop adventurism of The Roots and Slum Village..."

Mojo (Publisher)
(11/00, p.102)
- "...Welds slow-burning hip-hop beats to politically astute lyrics...with a wealth of prestigious guest stars..."

NME (Magazine)
(11/4/00, p.48)
- 7 out of 10 - "...An inventively arranged mixture of blues, hip-hop, strings, folk and metal..."

Rolling Stone 8 of 10
Eat at Whitey's continues in the vein of "What It's Like," dabbling in blues, country and Southern rock, but approaching it all with hip-hop's street fatalism... Of all the rap-rock roughnecks on the radio right now, [Everlast's] the one who takes the biggest chances and asks himself the hardest questions, which is why he's the one who comes off most like an actual human being... You can definitely tell that Everlast isn't your average rap-rock dude... - Rob Sheffield

Bio

"This whole record is going to the shrink to figure out what's happened to me." Singer, songwriter, rapper, survivor: Everlast--a/k/a Whitey Ford, a/k/a Erik Schrody--is talking about his new album, Eat At Whitey's. "Before I had my heart attack and surgery, you couldn't have told me I was gonna have a career anymore. I had quit a very popular band. I didn't know what I was gonna do. I blinked my eyes, it's two and a half years later...and I'm where I am right now." Where is that? First, Everlast is looking back with pride on his acclaimed solo debut Whitey Ford Sings The Blues and its Grammy-nominated smash single "What It's Like". He's coming off months of live gigs, including his first headlining solo shows and a major U.S. tour with Santana. He's living with a new faith since converting to Islam in 1997, and with a new outlook since his near-fatal heart attack in 1998. And he's celebrating a new album that contains his most soulful and sophisticated music to date. Erik "Everlast" Schrody was born August 18, 1969, on Long Island, New York, but has lived virtually his whole life in the San Fernando Valley of Southern California. He sporadically attended Taft and Canoga Park High Schools, where his consciousness was altered permanently by Run-DMC's debut album. Recruited into Ice-T's Rhyme Syndicate posse, he released his first album Forever Everlasting in 1990. "I thank God every day that record flopped," Erik later told Spin. "I could have been Vanilla Ice, dude. Then it really would have been over." In fact, it had just begun. Everlast split with his label and founded House Of Pain, whose rowdy brand of Irish-American hip hop struck platinum with their self-titled debut album. Same As It Ever Was (1994) went gold, but by 1996, Everlast had had enough. He quit the group on the release date of their third album. The next two years were a time of dwindling funds and broken romance. Out of this blue period came the career-saving album Whitey Ford Sings The Blues, but the effort nearly cost Everlast his life. On the last day of recording, he was rushed to the hospital with a torn aorta. Today, an artificial valve ticks within his torso. But you can't keep a good man down. "As soon as I was done making the last record, I was out there supporting it," Erik recalls. "That was like my rehab. It kept my mind off all the drama and just allowed my body to start getting better. Whereas when I sat down to make this record, I had time to reflect and think like, 'wow, that was crazy'--meaning the whole journey up until now." In 1999, Everlast released the 5-track EP Today, featuring the Santana collaboration "Put Your Lights On" and a smoldering live version of John Lee Hooker's "Blues For Xmas". "Put Your Lights On", written and sung by Everlast, went on to win the Grammy for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group for Santana's album Supernatural. "Right now, as dark as Eat At Whitey's is, my life is wonderful," says Everlast in summation. "I've had tremendous success. I've been able to work with incredible people, including some of my idols."

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