Mighty Joe Moon

Mighty Joe Moon

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by Grant Lee Buffalo
     
 

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With their second album, Grant Lee Buffalo strip back their sound to its bare essentials, which accentuates Grant Lee Phillips' rural myths. Not only does the approach make songs like "Lone Star Song" rock viciously, but it also makes the bittersweet beauty of ballads like the gorgeous…  See more details below

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With their second album, Grant Lee Buffalo strip back their sound to its bare essentials, which accentuates Grant Lee Phillips' rural myths. Not only does the approach make songs like "Lone Star Song" rock viciously, but it also makes the bittersweet beauty of ballads like the gorgeous "Mockingbirds" all the more poignant.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/20/1994
Label:
Warner Bros Mod Afw
UPC:
0093624571421
catalogNumber:
45714
Rank:
68323

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Grant Lee Buffalo   Primary Artist
Greg Adamson   Cello
Paul Kimble   Organ,Bass,Piano,Vocals,Pump Organ
Greg Leisz   Pedal Steel Guitar
Joey Peters   Drums,Maracas,Marimbas,Tabla,Tambourine,Tumba,Shaker
Grant-Lee Phillips   Acoustic Guitar,Banjo,Dobro,Harmonica,Mandolin,Electric Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Grant Lee Buffalo   Art Direction
Paul Kimble   Producer,Engineer
Joey Peters   Sound Effects,Contributor
Jeff Robinson   Engineer
Brian Zee   Engineer
Tom Recchion   Art Direction
Bryan Zee   Engineer

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Mighty Joe Moon 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A couple of these songs were actually featured in Witchblade the T.V. series ( Happiness and Honey don't think).This music made me calm and yet entertained me too..I throughly enjoyed it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
opening with maybe the greatest one-two punch ever - "lone star song" and the sublime "mockingbirds" - mighty joe moon doesn't let go until the gorgeous "rock of ages." this is the only serious contender to "automatic for the people" for best album of the 1990s.