California 37

California 37

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by Train
     
 

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Heading down the road from Save Me, San Francisco, Train take a journey on California 37, creating a pseudo-concept album about either the Golden State or Pat Monahan grappling with middle-aged crazies or perhaps a combination of the two. Back in the days of Drops of Jupiter, there was someSee more details below

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Heading down the road from Save Me, San Francisco, Train take a journey on California 37, creating a pseudo-concept album about either the Golden State or Pat Monahan grappling with middle-aged crazies or perhaps a combination of the two. Back in the days of Drops of Jupiter, there was some semblance of grit within their rhythms, but in the wake of the near-novelty "Hey Soul Sister," the singalong ditty riddled with naughty rhymes, Train feel free to shed any suggestion that they get down and dirty. California 37 is all sunshine and open roads, all light and bright colors, chirpy pop intent on wearing down your defenses. And that relentless cheer surely suits Train, who happily exist in the surfaces of the modern world, so California 37, in a sense, is a purer record for the trio than even Drops of Jupiter. Here, there's nothing preventing them from indulging in the silliest rhymes, baffling name-drops, nagging hooks, and earworm melodies. You may hate California 37, but you'll never be able to get it out of your head.

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Product Details

Release Date:
04/17/2012
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0886919522228
catalogNumber:
195222
Rank:
28437

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Train   Primary Artist
Kathryn Tickell   Northumbrian Smallpipes
John Patitucci   Bass
Karen Dreyfus   Viola
Aaron Heick   Oboe,Alto Saxophone
Birch Johnson   Trombone
Suzanne Ornstein   Violin
Tim Ries   Clarinet,Tenor Saxophone
Roger Rosenberg   Bassoon,Baritone Saxophone
Mary Wooten   Cello
Jeff Kievit   Trumpet
Espen Lind   Bass,Guitar,Harmonium,Keyboards,Ukulele,Vocals,Weissenborn
Scott Underwood   Drums,Group Member
Pat Monahan   Vocals,Group Member
Jimmy Stafford   Guitar,Group Member
Mina Smith   Cello
Sharon Yamada   Violin
Robert Rinehart   Viola
Lisa Kim   Violin,Concert Master
Anna Rabinova   Violin
Jenny Strenger   Violin
Jerry Becker   Keyboards
Vivek Kamath   Viola
George Flynn   Tuba,Bass Trombone
Brad Magers   Horn
Katherine Fong   Violin
Kurt Muroki   Bass
Shmuel Katz   Viola
Krzysztof Kuznik   Violin
Ashley Monroe   Vocals
West Los Angeles Children's Choir   Vocals
Eva Burmeister   Violin
Kuan Cheng Lu   Violin
Hector Maldonado   Bass
Alan Stepansky   Cello
Jooyoung Oh   Violin
Wei Yu   Cello
Hyunju Lee   Violin
Quan Ge   Violin

Technical Credits

Stephen Marcussen   Mastering
Rob Mathes   Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements,Horn Conductor,String Conductor
Sandra Park   Contracting
Allen Shamblin   Composer
Butch Walker   Composer,Producer,Additional Production
Wayne Warnecke   Engineer
Josh Cheuse   Art Direction
Espen Lind   Composer,Programming,Engineer,String Arrangements
Pat Monahan   Composer
Sam Gray   Engineer
Gregg Wattenberg   Composer,Producer
Danny D.   Executive Producer
Sam Hollander   Composer
Jerry Becker   Composer
Joby J. Ford   Engineer
Guy Sternberg   Engineer
Alex Venguer   Engineer
Dave Katz   Composer
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen   Composer
Espionage   Producer
Tim Blacksmith   Executive Producer
Tor Erik Hermansen   Composer
Francis Murray   Engineer
Jake Sinclair   Programming,Engineer
Amund Bjorklund   Composer,Programming,Engineer
Jørgen Malo   Orchestration
Lenny Skolnik   Programming
John Sinclair   Engineer
Diji Parq   Composer,Producer

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