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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/10/2005
  • Label: Triple Crown
  • UPC: 646920305926
  • Catalog Number: 3059

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Kevin Devine Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Glockenspiel, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Hand Clapping, Finger Snapping, screams
Mike Robertson Electric Guitar, screams
Mike Skinner Percussion, Piano, Drums, Glockenspiel, Hand Clapping, Finger Snapping, screams
Margaret White Violin, Cello, Viola, screams
Dan Long Hand Clapping, Finger Snapping, screams
Chris Bracco Bass, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Choir, Chorus, Hand Clapping, Finger Snapping
Jesse Lacey Vocals, screams
Amy Bracco Piano, Keyboards, Vocals
Technical Credits
Mike Skinner Producer, Audio Production
Dan Long Engineer
Kevin Devine Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Will Quinnell Mastering
Chris Bracco Producer, Audio Production
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  • Posted December 27, 2010

    Great Album

    One of Kevin's best. Be sure to check it out

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Essential Listening for 2005

    This is Kevin's strongest collection of songs to date - songs that overflow with beauty, despair, hope, humility, and unflinching honesty - an eclectic mix of songs ranging from folk and country-tinged ballads, to indie rock gems - abundant with first-rate tracks that vary in style, tempo, mood, and story. It is a brilliant album from start to finish, from the curious opening bars of "Cotton Crush", which tick-tocks with anticipation like a time bomb before the song explodes into a full wall of sound that will level you. It changes over quickly to the jaunty, hands-in-your-pockets shuffles of "Afterparty". "No Time Flat" is a biting personal and political statement brimming with cynicism and truth. The true jewel of this album, though, is the heartbreakingly beautiful "Alabama Acres" and features some of the best solo acoustic guitar lines you will likely come across. There are truly near-perfect moments, as in "Keep Ringing Your Bell" which features some of the album's best lyrics, and the addition of his new electric violinist gives new warmth, richness, and body to the song, while you hear Kevin's fingers slide over the acoustic guitar strings with a personal, bare honesty you have to hear to appreciate. This is undoubtedly the album that will put Kevin on the map - consistently brilliant songwriting and performances on every track. My favorite moment is the instrumental that comes on in the beginning and end of the ninth track, but you'll have to buy it to discover it, to feel and experience it for yourself.

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