Anyway the Wind Blows (1999) Here's high-testosterone country rock that has its moments but still falls short of real individuality. On Anyway the Wind Blows (Asylum) , to compare Phelps'… Bill Wyman & the Rhythm Kings Country
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Anyway the Wind Blows (1999)

EW's GRADE
C

Details Lead Performance: Bill Wyman & the Rhythm Kings; Genre: Country

Here's high-testosterone country rock that has its moments but still falls short of real individuality. On Anyway the Wind Blows (Asylum), to compare Phelps' cover of ''The Other Kind'' with author Steve Earle's version is to hear the difference between the generic values (however rich in production) and the sui generis. Still, if Phelps represented Nashville's mainstream, country music would be in far better shape. B-

Originally posted Mar 10, 1995 Published in issue #265 Mar 10, 1995 Order article reprints