Misadventures in Radiology

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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
The product of a five-year gestation cycle that included a near-death experience for its creator and the tragic suicide of its patron, Elliott Smith, Andrew Morgan's Misadventures in Radiology arrives swaddled in the kind of drama and mythology typically reserved for artists at the peaks of their careers, not their outset -- fittingly, this lush, nuanced record boasts a maturity and grace far beyond Morgan's years, evoking in exquisitely fine strokes masterpieces spanning from "Odessey and Oracle" to "Ocean Rain." Comparisons to Smith are also inevitable, but while its widescreen scope and orchestral grandeur recall the late singer/songwriter's albums for DreamWorks, ...
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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
The product of a five-year gestation cycle that included a near-death experience for its creator and the tragic suicide of its patron, Elliott Smith, Andrew Morgan's Misadventures in Radiology arrives swaddled in the kind of drama and mythology typically reserved for artists at the peaks of their careers, not their outset -- fittingly, this lush, nuanced record boasts a maturity and grace far beyond Morgan's years, evoking in exquisitely fine strokes masterpieces spanning from "Odessey and Oracle" to "Ocean Rain." Comparisons to Smith are also inevitable, but while its widescreen scope and orchestral grandeur recall the late singer/songwriter's albums for DreamWorks, Misadventures in Radiology is more celebratory than melancholy -- few records actually exalt in the sheer joy of making music, but even Morgan's darkest and most deeply intimate songs revel in the power of emotional release.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/5/2005
  • Label: SONIC BOOM RECORDING
  • UPC: 020286003625
  • Catalog Number: 17

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Andrew Morgan Primary Artist, Organ, Guitar, Piano, Accordion, Harmonium, Harpsichord, Vocals, Bells, Lap Steel Guitar
Sarah Morgan French Horn, Viola
Alex Russell Violin
Susan Wong Harp
John McMahon Guitar, Harmonium, Vocals, Lap Steel Guitar
Andrew Morgan Organ, Piano, Accordion, Harpsichord, French Horn, Bells
Matt LaPoint Percussion
Michalis Koutsoupides Violin
Cully Johnson Percussion
Mark Stidham Double Bass
John McMahon Cello, Lap Steel Guitar
Preston Shepard French Horn
Clint Morris Piano, Accordion
Technical Credits
Susan Wong Harp Arrangement
John McMahon Engineer, String Arrangements
Andrew Morgan Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Digital Editing, String Arrangements, Harp Arrangement
Matt LaPoint Engineer, Digital Editing
Andrew Morgan Composer, Audio Production
Michalis Koutsoupides String Arrangements
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