Mystic Journey

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
On his first studio album of new original material in a decade, Arlo Guthrie turned out a recording to fit in well with his existing catalog. His chief musical influences continued to be Bob Dylan and the Beatles, circa 1966, as he made melodic folk-rock anchored by his acoustic guitar and augmented by a rock rhythm section, other stringed instruments, and keyboards, frequently played by his son and co-producer Abe Guthrie. The lyrics also had a Dylanish twinge in their highly poetic, sometimes obscure language, though Guthrie commented on a variety of contemporary issues including the experiences of veterans "When a Soldier Makes It Home", child and spouse abuse, and ...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
On his first studio album of new original material in a decade, Arlo Guthrie turned out a recording to fit in well with his existing catalog. His chief musical influences continued to be Bob Dylan and the Beatles, circa 1966, as he made melodic folk-rock anchored by his acoustic guitar and augmented by a rock rhythm section, other stringed instruments, and keyboards, frequently played by his son and co-producer Abe Guthrie. The lyrics also had a Dylanish twinge in their highly poetic, sometimes obscure language, though Guthrie commented on a variety of contemporary issues including the experiences of veterans "When a Soldier Makes It Home", child and spouse abuse, and gentrification. Just as often, however, singing in his resonant, half-spoken voice, which had begun to be reminiscent of Willie Nelson, Guthrie adopted an elegiac, fatalistic tone, expressing spiritual concerns in nearly apocalyptic terms. That too had long been a feature of his music, but on Mystic Journey, unleavened by humor, it was the dominant theme.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/20/1996
  • Label: RISING SON
  • UPC: 722017000926
  • Catalog Number: 9

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Arlo Guthrie Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals, Guitar (12 String Acoustic)
David Grover Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Abraham Guthrie Percussion, Hammond Organ
Steve Ide Guitar, Trombone
Cyril Pahinui Acoustic Guitar
Greg Steele Percussion
Sean Hurley Bass
Tim Sears Electric Guitar
Jason Webster Electric Guitar
Jeff Stevens & the Bullets Trumpet
Ed Gerhard Acoustic Guitar, Dobro, Slide Guitar
Darren Todd Bass
Technical Credits
Arlo Guthrie Composer, Producer, Artwork
Charlie Chaplin Composer
Abraham Guthrie Producer, Artwork, Cover Design
Toby Mountain Mastering
Greg Steele Engineer
Andrew Brusso Cover Photo
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Mystic Journey

    I bought this CD because at a concert this past summer at Bethel Woods, Arlo Guthrie sang it and I loved it. It is You Are the Song. It is one of the most beautiful love songs I have ever heard.

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