Red to Blue

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All Music Guide - Cub Koda
Redbone's conversational style fits anywhere from a coffeehouse setting to a concert to hawking detergent on TV. Here, in this reissue of an album he cut in 1987, he takes on everything from country & western tunes the opening "Diamonds Don't Mean a Thing" and "Lovesick Blues," which features a dialogue with Hank Williams, Jr. to old favorites like "Someday Sweetheart," "Somebody Stole My Gal," and "Aw You Salty Dog." The usual Dixieland backing augmenting his tasteful fingerpicked guitar work makes this a seamless addition to his discography.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Cub Koda
Redbone's conversational style fits anywhere from a coffeehouse setting to a concert to hawking detergent on TV. Here, in this reissue of an album he cut in 1987, he takes on everything from country & western tunes the opening "Diamonds Don't Mean a Thing" and "Lovesick Blues," which features a dialogue with Hank Williams, Jr. to old favorites like "Someday Sweetheart," "Somebody Stole My Gal," and "Aw You Salty Dog." The usual Dixieland backing augmenting his tasteful fingerpicked guitar work makes this a seamless addition to his discography.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/20/2004
  • Label: Rounder / Umgd
  • UPC: 011661323421
  • Catalog Number: 613234
  • Sales rank: 62,655

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Leon Redbone Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
David Bromberg Dobro
The Roches Vocals
Howard Alden Banjo, Guitar
Dan Barrett Trombone
Biréli Lagrène Guitar
Gary Peacock Track Performer
Ken Peplowski Clarinet
Eric Weissberg Pedal Steel Guitar, Steel Guitar, Pedal Steel Banjo
Vince Giordano Bass, Percussion, Tuba, Drums, Bass Saxophone, Upright Bass
Giampaolo Biagi Drums
Eddie Davis Guitar
Peter Ecklund Cornet
Steve Fishell Steel Guitar
Joel Helleny Trombone
Richard Hendrickson Violin
Richard Henrickson Violin
Arnold Kinsella Jr. Drums
Richard Maximoff Violin
Joe Muranyi Clarinet
Andy Stein Violin, Voices
Terry Waldo Piano
Hank Williams Jr. Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part, Dialogue
Charlie Wilson Clarinet
Mac Rebennack Piano
Scott Black Cornet
Big Jonny Dong Tuba
Alvin E. Roger Violin
Suzzy Vocals, Group Member
Maggie Vocals, Group Member
Terre Vocals, Group Member
Bobby Gordon Clarinet
Eddy Davis Guitar (Tenor)
Chuck Wilson Clarinet
Arnie Kinsella Drums
Technical Credits
Leon Redbone Arranger, Producer, Cover Art
Greg Calbi Mastering
Peter Ecklund Arranger
Doug Epstein Engineer, Remixing
Beryl Handler Producer
Richard Maximoff Contributor
Joe Renzetti String Arrangements
Joe Renzeto Arranger
Mike Tarsia Dialogue Engineering
Nancy Anderson Adaptation, CD Adaptation
Michael Horen Cover Art
Benjamin Franklin Spikes Composer
John Spikes Composer
Emmett Miller & His Georgia Crackers Arranger
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