Further In

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All Music Guide - Jeff Burger
Wonderfully and sparsely produced by guitarist Bo Ramsey, Further In may be the best outing yet from old-fashioned folkie Brown -- which is saying plenty. Brown's warm baritone has never sounded better, and slide-guitar-spiced numbers like "China" are addictive ear candy. Typically, Brown wrote every track; typically, too, the moods range from somber or even depressing "Small Dark Movie" to positively ebullient "Hey Baby Hey". The latter mood predominates, though: most of the time, Brown comes across as genuinely happy, and the disposition inspires him. Unlike, say, Bob Dylan, who appears to produce his best recordings when he's facing a personal crisis, the introspective ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jeff Burger
Wonderfully and sparsely produced by guitarist Bo Ramsey, Further In may be the best outing yet from old-fashioned folkie Brown -- which is saying plenty. Brown's warm baritone has never sounded better, and slide-guitar-spiced numbers like "China" are addictive ear candy. Typically, Brown wrote every track; typically, too, the moods range from somber or even depressing "Small Dark Movie" to positively ebullient "Hey Baby Hey". The latter mood predominates, though: most of the time, Brown comes across as genuinely happy, and the disposition inspires him. Unlike, say, Bob Dylan, who appears to produce his best recordings when he's facing a personal crisis, the introspective Brown seems to deliver his most striking verse, effusive melodies, and heartfelt singing when he's satisfied. A line in the irresistible "Two Little Feet" sums up his apparent state of mind: "Oh man, what am I trying to say?/It's a messed up world but I love it anyway."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/24/1996
  • Label: Red House
  • UPC: 033651008828
  • Catalog Number: 88
  • Sales rank: 61,971

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Greg Brown Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals
Randy Sabien Mandolin, Violin
Gordon Johnson Bass
Kate MacKenzie Vocals
Dean Magraw Acoustic Guitar
Bo Ramsey Electric Guitar
Kelly Joe Phelps Guitar
Technical Credits
Greg Brown Paintings
Bob Feldman Executive Producer
David Glasser Mastering
Bo Ramsey Producer
Tom Tucker Engineer
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