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Chance in a Million
     

Chance in a Million

by Zero
 
This is a live album the band recorded during a three-night stand in San Francisco. It is the group's first collaboration with celebrated Grateful Dead songwriter Robert Hunter. During their first ten years together they were primarily an instrumental act so this represents a rather dramatic shift in style.

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This is a live album the band recorded during a three-night stand in San Francisco. It is the group's first collaboration with celebrated Grateful Dead songwriter Robert Hunter. During their first ten years together they were primarily an instrumental act so this represents a rather dramatic shift in style. Hunter's lyrics put Zero at their best with "Catalina" and the title track "Chance in Million" but falter a bit on "Horses" and "End of the World Blues." The album also contains three tracks without Hunter's words: the instrumentals "Forever Is Nowhere" and "Roll Me Over" (a tune that was reworked with vocals for the bands fifth album) and a cover of the country classic "Mercury Blues." A decent album, but not the best example of Zero or Robert Hunter's work.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/06/1994
Label:
A-Train Ent
UPC:
0756173196025
catalogNumber:
9602
Rank:
191277

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Tracks

  1. Chance in a Million
  2. Horses
  3. Catalina
  4. End of the World Blues
  5. Home on the Range
  6. Forever Is Nowhere
  7. Mercury Blues
  8. Roll Me After

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Zero   Primary Artist
Pete Sears   Keyboards,Background Vocals
John Cipollina   Electric Guitar
Nicky Hopkins   Keyboards
Greg Anton   Piano,Drums
Martin Fierro   Tenor Saxophone
John Kahn   Bass
Steve Kimock   Guitar
Bobby Vega   Bass
Vince Welnick   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Liam Hanrahan   Bass
Judge Murphy   Vocals
Kathryn Warner   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Robert Hunter   Composer,Lyricist
Greg Anton   Composer,Producer
Howard Danchik   Contributor
Karl Derfler   Contributor
Dan Healy   Engineer
Steve Kimock   Composer
Rich Lang   Artwork
Kathryn Warner   Contributor
Don Pearson   Engineer
Harry Popick   Monitors

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