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Peter Case

Post  Nick Drake on Sat Apr 25, 2015 4:25 am



Voice Type: Entella Baritenor
Vocal Range: C2-C5

Associated Acts: The Nerves (1974-1978), The Plimsouls (1978–1983, 1995–1998, 2005, 2007)

Significant high notes:

C5: "A Little Wind (Could Blow Me Away)", " Takin' It", "Turnin' Blue", "Working For The Enemy"
B♭4: "Working For The Enemy"
A4: "House Rent Jump"
G♯4: "A Little Wind (Could Blow Me Away)"
G4 "Dig What You're Putting Down", "House Rent Jump", "Turnin' Blue",
F♯4: "A Million Miles Away", "Breaking the Chain", "Dig What You're Putting Down", "Hanging On The Telephone", "Takin' It"
F4: "Blind Luck", "Entella Hotel", "I'm Gonna Change My Ways", "Punch & Socko", "Rise And Shine", "This Town's A Riot", "Two Angels",
E4: "Anything", I'm Gonna Change My Ways", "Poor Old Tom", "Punch & Socko", "Two Angels"

Significant low notes:

A2: "Banks of the River", "Dig What You're Putting Down", "Punch & Socko"
G♯2: "Anything"
G2: "Baltimore"
F2: "Working For The Enemy"
F♯2: "Dig What You're Putting Down"
E2: "Punch & Socko"
E♭2: "I'm Gonna Change My Ways", "Turnin' Blue",
D2: "Anything", "Banks of the River", "Charlie James",
C2: "I'm Gonna Change My Ways"

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One of the most underrated singer/songwriters of all time, Peter Case is the singer of bands such as The Nerves, The Plimsouls and his solo work. His voice in the early seventies and eighties has a very bright, Lennon-esque sound with a strong low range that he displayed more of in the nineties. His voice has aged unbelievably well and still makes some of the best albums of his career. A brilliant artist.

If you want to get into his music because there is a high probability you don't know who he is, I would recommend listening to anything by The Plimsouls if you like punk, soul rock and power pop. His solo material is for those who like garage rock/folk-rock/psychedelia/blues. Expect incredible songwriting and an extremely soulful voice.

A few examples:







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*Purple marks notes found in backing harmony or general backing vocal.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.


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Re: Peter Case

Post  Nick Drake on Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:07 am


Can someone help with this song?
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Re: Peter Case

Post  Cmen on Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:17 am

Nick Drake wrote:
Can someone help with this song?
Highest note i can hear is the F♯4 at 2:42
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Re: Peter Case

Post  Nick Drake on Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:18 am

Cmobil5 wrote:
Nick Drake wrote:
Can someone help with this song?
Highest note i can hear is the F♯4 at 2:42
Yeah, that's what I heard too. Just wanted to be sure. Thanks.
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