Side of the Road

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All Music Guide - Ronnie D. Lankford
Most artists eventually come up against a timeless foe called stagnation, and must contemplate how to keep the creative juices flowing. One method of regeneration is to join forces with another artist as Vance Gilbert and Ellis Paul have done on Side of the Road, sharing musical and lyrical ideas. Both artists attempt to grow out of their own skin here by trading songs, singing together, and offering new versions of other peoples' songs. Paul kicks things off with fellow songsmith's Mark Erelli's "The Only Way," and for all appearances, it could be the start of any Paul album. By the second song, however, the listener knows that something's up. Not only does Gilbert ...
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All Music Guide - Ronnie D. Lankford
Most artists eventually come up against a timeless foe called stagnation, and must contemplate how to keep the creative juices flowing. One method of regeneration is to join forces with another artist as Vance Gilbert and Ellis Paul have done on Side of the Road, sharing musical and lyrical ideas. Both artists attempt to grow out of their own skin here by trading songs, singing together, and offering new versions of other peoples' songs. Paul kicks things off with fellow songsmith's Mark Erelli's "The Only Way," and for all appearances, it could be the start of any Paul album. By the second song, however, the listener knows that something's up. Not only does Gilbert sing the lead here, but the arrangement has transformed from fairly traditional acoustic guitars and fiddle on the first cut to modern folk organ and electric guitar. This tasteful hodgepodge becomes even more adventurous as the album proceeds, creating a disc that's more intriguing than the average singer/songwriter fare. Both Gilbert and Paul are good singers, the former's lows balancing out the latter's highs. There are also a number of nice takes on older songs, including a slow version of Neil Young's "Comes a Time," and a heartfelt rendition of Van Morrison's "Comfort You." Fans of both artists will enjoy hearing Gilbert and Paul expand their imaginative reach on Side of the Road.
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  • Release Date: 9/9/2003
  • Label: Rounder / Umgd
  • UPC: 011671123929
  • Catalog Number: 711239

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ellis Paul Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Duke Levine Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Mandola, Lap Steel Guitar
Lorne Entress Drums
Richard Gates Bass
Vance Gilbert Acoustic Guitar, Clarinet, Guitar, Tambourine, Soloist, Vocal Harmony
Tom West Piano, Hammond Organ
Don Conoscenti Banjo
Jake Armerding Fiddle, Mandolin
Tom Eaton Chimes, Shaker
Technical Credits
Woody Guthrie Composer
Lucinda Williams Composer
Neil Young Composer
Ellis Paul Arranger, Composer, Producer, Engineer
Slaid Cleaves Composer
Vance Gilbert Arranger, Composer, Producer
Van Morrison Composer
Toby Mountain Mastering
Susan Werner Composer
Jeff Black Composer
Mark Erelli Composer
Tom Eaton Engineer
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