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|Steve Martin||Primary Artist, Vocals, 5-string Banjo|
|Matt Rollings||Piano, Accordion, Hand Clapping, fender rhodes, Wurlitzer|
|Peter Asher||Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Bass Guitar, Background Vocals, Hand Clapping|
|Scott Price||Choir Director|
|Ian Walker||Bass, Double Bass|
|Waddy Wachtel||Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar|
|Graham Sharp||Background Vocals|
|Geoff Zanelli||Hand Clapping, Dulcitone|
|Stephen Hilton||Synthesizer, electronic percussion|
|Sean Watkins||Acoustic Guitar|
|Sean Hill||Choir, Chorus|
|Esperanza Spalding||Bass, Double Bass|
|Stacey Watton||Double Bass|
|Mike Guggino||Mandolin, Background Vocals|
|Aaron Sterling||Percussion, Drums, Hand Clapping, Cajon|
|Webb Sisters||Background Vocals|
|Woody Platt||Acoustic Guitar, Background Vocals|
|Jeff Alan Ross||Electric Guitar|
|Schola Cantorum||Choir, Chorus|
|Thomas Fetherstonhaugh||Choir, Chorus|
|Charles Humphrey||Double Bass|
|Boys' Choir of the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School||Choir, Chorus|
|Noah Scoffield||Choir, Chorus|
|Joseph Outtrim||Choir, Chorus|
|Martin Mull||Cover Painting|
|Edie Brickell||Composer, Lyricist|
|Isobel Griffiths||String Contractor|
|Nathaniel Kunkel||Engineer, Mastering|
|Geoff Zanelli||Arranger, String Arrangements|
|Larissa Collins||Art Direction|
Posted April 24, 2013
beautifully played music but gawd is this a depressing album. superb music, wonderful singing. sad sad lyrics.
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Posted June 10, 2014
I Love Steve Martin's music. It is varied and creative. I'm not a fan of Edie Brickell or her lyrics. Her style is redundant and predictable. I would have preferred an acoustic version of the music more.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 10, 2013
Is there an acoustic-only version? Or one with just Steve Martin performing on it?
Steve Martin is a fantastic banjo player and singer though I haven't thought the same for his comedy.
Unfortunately, his album partner choice this time is a great tragedy, which is the only thing wrong with this cd -
and is his worst pratfall yet. I hope his next album teams with someone who compliments, not distracts, from him.
Posted May 10, 2013
Addictive! Fantastic music! I'm a big fan of Steve Martin and this is my favorite album so far. At first I was leery when I saw that Edie Brickell was doing the vocals,as I did not know who she was. Now I am hooked on her too! The lyrics are simple yet straightforward. I just can't stop listening to this album!! Steve Martin is a Master banjo player.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 4, 2013
Great piece of contemporary Americana! Great lyrics, subdued yet stately picking by Steve, and Edie may never have sounded better. If any complaint it's that the album is too short!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 5, 2013
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