Bringing Down the Horse

Bringing Down the Horse

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by The Wallflowers
     
 

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No sophomore jinx here. Of course, there are only two Wallflowers left from their first release, so this could be called a whole new band. No matter, because the music here is assured and contemporary with just enough of the past showing through to catch one's eye. Jakob Dylan has been polishing his

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No sophomore jinx here. Of course, there are only two Wallflowers left from their first release, so this could be called a whole new band. No matter, because the music here is assured and contemporary with just enough of the past showing through to catch one's eye. Jakob Dylan has been polishing his compositional chops and it really shows on such cuts as "Invisible City," the hit "6th Avenue Heartache" and especially "One Headlight." A fine effort indeed.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/21/1996
Label:
Interscope Records
UPC:
0606949005528
catalogNumber:
90055
Rank:
31517

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Wallflowers   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Matt Chamberlain   Drums
Jakob Dylan   Guitar,Vocals
Rami Jaffee   Piano,Hammond Organ,Vox Organ
Ethan Johns   Musician
Jay Joyce   Musician
Michael Ward   Guitar
Greg Richling   Bass
Mario Calire   Drums

Technical Credits

Michael Penn   Contributor
Mike Campbell   Contributor
Tom Lord-Alge   Engineer
Neal Avron   Contributor
Jon Brion   Contributor
T Bone Burnett   Producer
Stephen Burton   Contributor
Don Heffington   Contributor
Leo LeBlanc   Contributor
Gary Louris   Contributor
Tobi Miller   Contributor
Sam Phillips   Contributor
Joe Schiff   Engineer
Fred Tackett   Contributor
Toby Wright   Engineer
Adam Duritz   Contributor
David Rawlings   Contributor
Kevin Patrick Warren   Contributor

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Bringing Down the Horse 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i think this cd is very good. i have lots of cds and this cd is one of the cds that i like more than eight songs on. i listen to it everytime i get mad, it calms me down really easly. and also when i need to just have fun its a good cd for hanging out and sing along with.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Wallflowers deliver a very solid album with just the right amount of everything. The songs seem to just flow into one another. The song "one headlight" gets you started with the rest of the album. I strongly encourage you to get this album. It is put together very well
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album has a lasting quality and brilliant songwriting. Jakob Dylan has a great voice, and has a talent for writing deep and thoughtful lyrics. The best songs include One Headlight, 6th Ave. Heartache, and Invisible City. The band plays flawlessly in this album. A true work of art!
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