How Was Tomorrow?

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All Music Guide - Stanton Swihart
How Was Tomorrow is essentially the American-release version of the Cash Brothers' debut Raceway, which had hit record shelves in their native Canada two years earlier. The song lineup is slightly altered. It deletes four songs from Raceway and replaces them with three new tracks, among them the hushed, highly atmospheric gem "I Am Waiting." The album is, indeed, better than a great majority of the so-called alt-country and No Depression efforts that glutted the music industry in the 1990s, this side of Jayhawks and Wilco. In fact, the songs have all the best aspects of the music of Neil Young and Gram Parsons, the most oft-cited but rarely matched country-folk ...
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All Music Guide - Stanton Swihart
How Was Tomorrow is essentially the American-release version of the Cash Brothers' debut Raceway, which had hit record shelves in their native Canada two years earlier. The song lineup is slightly altered. It deletes four songs from Raceway and replaces them with three new tracks, among them the hushed, highly atmospheric gem "I Am Waiting." The album is, indeed, better than a great majority of the so-called alt-country and No Depression efforts that glutted the music industry in the 1990s, this side of Jayhawks and Wilco. In fact, the songs have all the best aspects of the music of Neil Young and Gram Parsons, the most oft-cited but rarely matched country-folk luminaries, while slyly referencing the folkiest side of Bruce Springsteen "Nebraska" as well. And the duo easily equals the harmonies of Mark Olson and Gary Louris, occasionally even approaching the sweet tandem singing of the Everly Brothers "Take a Little Time". The hooks are consistently so gorgeous that you immediately want to wrap yourself in them, despite the sparseness of the music and mood. It is a bucolic, beautifully melancholy, and humble album, even when it turns up the amplifiers, and it deserves to win the brothers a lot of American converts.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/17/2001
  • Label: Zoe Records
  • UPC: 601143101922
  • Catalog Number: 431019

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Raceway (2:43)
  2. 2 Take a Little Time (3:24)
  3. 3 Nebraska (3:45)
  4. 4 The Only One (3:02)
  5. 5 Nerve (3:24)
  6. 6 Show Me the Reason (3:59)
  7. 7 Night Shift Guru (4:14)
  8. 8 Guitar Strings and Foolish Things (3:08)
  9. 9 Awkward Game (4:10)
  10. 10 I Am Waiting (4:12)
  11. 11 Dream Awake (3:36)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Cash Brothers Primary Artist
Paul James Guitar
Andrew Cash Organ, Guitar, Piano, Vocals, fender rhodes
Kim Bullard Keyboards
Josh Freese Drums
John Pierce Bass
Peter Cash Guitar, Vocals
Lenni Jabour Piano, Keyboards
Todd Lumley Piano, Keyboards
Daryl Smith Bass
Jason Sinay Acoustic Guitar
Howie Beck Drums
Damon Richardson Drums
Hawksley Workman Bass, Piano, Drums
Paul Taylor Bass, Piano
Al Miller Slide Guitar
Technical Credits
Paul James Engineer
Andrew Cash Producer
Greg Goldman Engineer
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Julian Raymond Producer
Peter Cash Producer
Steven Jurgensmeyer Art Direction
Daryl Smith Producer, Engineer
James Heidebrecht Engineer
The Cash Brothers Producer
Hawksley Workman Producer
Al Miller Producer, Engineer
J. Elliot Engineer
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