One More Goodnight Kiss

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All Music Guide - Vik Iyengar
Singer/songwriter Greg Brown delivers his first classic on his fourth studio album, One More Goodnight Kiss, where he uses a keen observer's eye and his acoustic guitar to conjure up vivid images from his idyllic childhood. Born in Iowa, Greg Brown offers his reflections on small town life, from descriptions of the community characters hanging around the corner store to the importance of family bonds in keeping one's life grounded. This album is his tribute to his roots, and he brings these songs to life with a deep baritone voice that is surprisingly expressive for its limited range. The centerpiece of the album is "Canned Goods," a song dedicated to his grandmother that ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Vik Iyengar
Singer/songwriter Greg Brown delivers his first classic on his fourth studio album, One More Goodnight Kiss, where he uses a keen observer's eye and his acoustic guitar to conjure up vivid images from his idyllic childhood. Born in Iowa, Greg Brown offers his reflections on small town life, from descriptions of the community characters hanging around the corner store to the importance of family bonds in keeping one's life grounded. This album is his tribute to his roots, and he brings these songs to life with a deep baritone voice that is surprisingly expressive for its limited range. The centerpiece of the album is "Canned Goods," a song dedicated to his grandmother that may catch you daydreaming about eating fresh produce on a perfect summer day. Greg Brown really shines on the up-tempo songs, where he gets to demonstrate his chops and let his guitar playfully duet with his gravelly voice. This is a great introduction to his early catalog and the birth of an important contemporary folk artist.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/23/1992
  • Label: Red House
  • UPC: 033651002321
  • Catalog Number: 23
  • Sales rank: 220,252

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Greg Brown Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Pat Donohue Acoustic Guitar
Peter Ostroushko Violin
Marc Anderson Percussion
Dan Lund Electric Guitar
John Angus Foster Bass
Radoslav Lorkovic Keyboards
Steve Pikal Trombone
Technical Credits
Greg Brown Producer
Bob Feldman Producer
Tom Mudge Engineer
George Ostroushko Artwork
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