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All Music Guide - Steven McDonald
A warm, woolly blend of contemporary arrangements with traditional folk melodies. There is an undeniable Fairport Convention/Steeleye Span influence to be found, though other elements also make their way into the mix -- "Texas" not only features a buzzing synthesizer, but also incorporates some very jazzy fretless bass work that wouldn't be out of place on a Rippingtons set. Overall, a quite engaging and highly listenable set, though unlikely to be sufficiently moody and serious to completely satisfy those who consider themselves purists. Fans of the Albion Band, on the other hand, might well get a kick out of it.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Steven McDonald
A warm, woolly blend of contemporary arrangements with traditional folk melodies. There is an undeniable Fairport Convention/Steeleye Span influence to be found, though other elements also make their way into the mix -- "Texas" not only features a buzzing synthesizer, but also incorporates some very jazzy fretless bass work that wouldn't be out of place on a Rippingtons set. Overall, a quite engaging and highly listenable set, though unlikely to be sufficiently moody and serious to completely satisfy those who consider themselves purists. Fans of the Albion Band, on the other hand, might well get a kick out of it.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/13/1994
  • Label: Wind River
  • UPC: 045507141528
  • Catalog Number: 1415
  • Sales rank: 293,089

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The New St. George Primary Artist
Myron Bretholz Bodhran
John Jennings Hammond Organ
Kim Miller Violin
Lisa Moscatiello Acoustic Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandolin, Vocals, Human Whistle
Rico Petrucelli Bass
Walter White Bass
Jennifer Cutting Organ, Synthesizer, Piano, Accordion, Melodion
John Guillory Recorder, Tambourine, Shawm
Mary Beth Lewandowski Flute
Kevin Whitcombe Percussion, Drums
Juan Dudley Percussion, Drums
Bob Hitchcock Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Vocals
Marcio Botelho Cello
Technical Credits
Marco Delmar Engineer
Heidi Gerber Engineer
David Glasser Mastering
John Jennings Producer
Rico Petrucelli Producer
Jim Robeson Engineer
Jennifer Cutting Producer
Peter Alsberg Illustrations
Mike Fleischer Liner Notes
Jessica Wilson Artwork
Bob Dawson Engineer
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