Little Victories

Little Victories

by Sid Griffin
     
 

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Sid Griffin's first solo album is a solo album in every sense of the term -- it's just him with his acoustic guitar. More folk-oriented than his work with either the Long Ryders or the Coal Porters, Little Victories is an intimate

Overview

Sid Griffin's first solo album is a solo album in every sense of the term -- it's just him with his acoustic guitar. More folk-oriented than his work with either the Long Ryders or the Coal Porters, Little Victories is an intimate album, and while some of the songs are a little stilted or sentimental, the bulk of the record -- including "The Man Who Invented the Blues" and the previously unrecorded Phil Ochs song "Sailors and Soldiers" -- is quite affecting.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/15/1997
Label:
Prima
UPC:
0793962000729
catalogNumber:
7
Rank:
273259

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sid Griffin   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Banjo,Harmonica,Percussion,Autoharp,Vocals,Multi Instruments
Billy Bragg   Vocals
Steve Wynn   Guitar,Vocals
Bob Stone   Piano,Hammond Organ
Sally Herbert   Violin
Wes McGhee   Multi Instruments
Jocelyn Pook   Viola
Kate St. John   Accordion,Vocal Harmony
Dave Roberts   Snare Drums
Jules Singleton   Violin
Ian Thomson   Vocal Harmony
Pat McGarvey   Bass,Fretless Bass Guitar,Vocal Harmony
Kevin Stokes   Percussion,Vocal Harmony
Sophie Harris   Cello
Wesley McGhee   Bouzouki,Dobro,Guitar
Robert Childs   Pedal Steel Guitar

Technical Credits

Terry Kath   Composer
Kate St. John   Arranger,String Arrangements
Kevin Stokes   Producer

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