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Dogs in Heaven
     

Dogs in Heaven

by Pete Anderson
 
Dogs in Heaven is Pete Anderson's second solo outing on his own Little Dog Records label. His debut effort in 1994, Working Class, played down his country music association and emphasized his Americana roots. Dogs in Heaven seemingly picks up where Working Class left off. This

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Dogs in Heaven is Pete Anderson's second solo outing on his own Little Dog Records label. His debut effort in 1994, Working Class, played down his country music association and emphasized his Americana roots. Dogs in Heaven seemingly picks up where Working Class left off. This time without the steady hand of producer Dusty Wakeman, Anderson still pulls off some spectacular moments. Throughout, his guitar playing is perfection; he is vocally akin to Tom Waits, which lends itself well to songs such as the Duane Jarvis co-write "110 in the Shade," which is an evocative blues number, as is "Feels Like Mississippi," written by Anderson and Kostas. For good rockin', Anderson proves himself on "Chalene" and the infectious "For You." His instrumental title track is also notable, as is his cover of the Motown hit, "Ain't That Peculiar," a nod to his Detroit roots. With his usual band, Taras Prodaniuk, Skip Edwards, and James Christie in tow, this is another fine example of Anderson's eclectic musical style.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/08/1997
Label:
Little Dog Records
UPC:
0731453464322
catalogNumber:
643-2
Rank:
296431

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Performance Credits

Pete Anderson   Primary Artist,Banjo,Guitar,Electric Bass,Vocals,Group Member
Beth Andersen   Background Vocals,Musician
James Cruce   Drums
Skip Edwards   Accordion,Keyboards,Group Member
Tommy Funderburk   Background Vocals,Musician
Donny Gerrard   Background Vocals,Musician
Taras Prodaniuk   Bass,6-string bass,Group Member
Greg Smith   Saxophone
Greg "Frosty" Smith   Saxophone,Musician
Lee Thornburg   Trombone,Trumpet,Musician
Maxine Willard Waters   Background Vocals,Musician
Jim Christie   Drums,Group Member
Julia Waters   Background Vocals,Musician
Tempo   Percussion

Technical Credits

Barry Conley   Engineer
Michael Dumas   Producer,Engineer
Lee Thornburg   Horn Arrangements
Gary White   Producer
Barbara Hein   Executive Producer
Elijah Bradford   Engineer
Mark Kuchner   Engineer
Ted Wright   Artwork,Illustrations
Suzanne Weekes   Engineer
Warren Moore   Composer

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