Nomads Indians Saints [Bonus Tracks]

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A decade after its original release, this expanded reissue of the Indigo Girls' third album offers a chance to reassess a project that may have initially suffered from comparisons with the duo's immensely popular self-titled major-label debut. The underrated album includes such enduring gems as Emily Sailers' country waltz "Southland in the Springtime," which features tasteful vocal contributions from Mary Chapin Carpenter. Sailers offers insightful images about life choices on "Watershed," while Ray delivers an introspective take on the sights and sounds of Los Angeles on "Welcome Me" and a fast-paced look at the rat race in "Pushing the Needle Too Far." This reissue ...
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Barnes & Noble - Kerry Dexter
A decade after its original release, this expanded reissue of the Indigo Girls' third album offers a chance to reassess a project that may have initially suffered from comparisons with the duo's immensely popular self-titled major-label debut. The underrated album includes such enduring gems as Emily Sailers' country waltz "Southland in the Springtime," which features tasteful vocal contributions from Mary Chapin Carpenter. Sailers offers insightful images about life choices on "Watershed," while Ray delivers an introspective take on the sights and sounds of Los Angeles on "Welcome Me" and a fast-paced look at the rat race in "Pushing the Needle Too Far." This reissue adds 3 tracks (all from a rare promo EP) to the original 11: live versions of "Welcome Me" and "You and Me and the 10,000 Sorrows," and an informal interview segment in which fellow Grammy-winner Shawn Colvin discusses songwriting and the recording process with the Girls.
All Music Guide - Kelly McCartney
Following the success of their 1989 debut and the reissue of the previously independent Strange Fire, the Indigo Girls answered with another Grammy-nominated offering. Nomads Indians Saints shows Emily Saliers and Amy Ray in fine form, delving a little deeper into the themes of love and faith that run through all of their work. Now that they've had the chance to travel around, see the world, and hear people's stories, their poetic vision has expanded somewhat to include a more global perspective, but without losing the intimacy that makes their songs so potent. The title of the record is lifted from "World Falls" -- "I wish I was a nomad, an Indian, or a saint./Give me walking shoes, feathered arms, and a key to Heaven's gate" -- Ray's exploration of the world's captivating beauty and her options in hopes of avoiding departure -- aka the moment of death. Beguiling stuff this is. The catchy melodies allow you to sing along without thinking too much, but should you choose to dive in further they give you plenty to work with. The powerful metaphors of our individual and societal conditions Ray sets forth in "Pushing the Needle Too Far" should certainly not go unnoticed, nor should any of the songs on Nomads Indians Saints, including Saliers' "You and Me of the 10,000 Wars," a heart-wrenching examination of the pain and comfort of a relationship. One without the other is all but impossible to achieve and would feel almost hollow without its reflection. That's the way it is with the Indigo Girls -- perfect harmony between the elements.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/3/2000
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 696998511026
  • Catalog Number: 85110

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Indigo Girls Primary Artist
Dónal Lunny Bouzouki, Bodhran
Lisa Germano Fiddle
Bruce Dukov Strings, Concert Master
Jim Keltner Drums
Gerard McHugh Vocals
Sid Page Strings
Kenny Aronoff Percussion, Drums, African Drums, African Percussion
Robert Becker Strings
Benmont Tench Accordion
Peter Buck Dulcimer
David Campbell Strings
Mary Chapin Carpenter Vocals
Larry Corbett Strings
Paulinho Da Costa Percussion
Jay Dee Daugherty Drums
Joel Derouin Strings
Armen Garabedian Strings
Berj Garabedian Strings
Peter Holsapple Accordion
John Jennings Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar
Michael Lorant Drums
Michelle Malone Vocals
Jerry Marotta Percussion, Piano, Drums
Billy Myers Conductor
Amy Ray Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Emily Saliers Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Guitar (12 String Electric)
Talvin Singh Percussion
Meg Zivahl Strings
Michelle Zival-Fox Strings
Jane Scarpantoni Cello
Daniel Smith Strings
Suzie Katayama Strings
Scott Bland Drums
Bryan Lilje Bass
Chris McGuire Electric Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Ilene Novog Strings
Cooper Seay Electric Guitar
Sara Lee Bass
Technical Credits
John Keane Engineer
David Leonard Engineer
Scott Litt Producer, Engineer, Remixing
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Billy Myers String Arrangements
Clif Norrell Engineer
Jeff Poe Engineer
Vic Anesini Engineer, Mastering
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