Taking Our Time

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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
Given that these guys have been on the Canadian music scene since the 1960s, it seems a little strange that this is only their third album together. On the other hand, given that they've appeared on over 150 recordings by other artists (including Leon Redbone, Blind John Davis, and John Hammond, Jr.), maybe that shouldn't be such a surprise after all; they have been awfully busy. Based on the evidence here, they ought to be making two or three albums a year. On Taking Our Time they played every instrument, sang every part, and wrote every song, and the instruments (which include everything from electric guitar, string bass, banjo, drums, and harmonica to washboard, ...
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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
Given that these guys have been on the Canadian music scene since the 1960s, it seems a little strange that this is only their third album together. On the other hand, given that they've appeared on over 150 recordings by other artists (including Leon Redbone, Blind John Davis, and John Hammond, Jr.), maybe that shouldn't be such a surprise after all; they have been awfully busy. Based on the evidence here, they ought to be making two or three albums a year. On Taking Our Time they played every instrument, sang every part, and wrote every song, and the instruments (which include everything from electric guitar, string bass, banjo, drums, and harmonica to washboard, cornet, jug, and feet) are hardly less varied than the songs themselves, which vary from classic blues ("Homeless Man," "Shufflin' and Shaggin'") to wacky 1920s-style pop ("I'll Be Looking for You") with occasional uncategorizable gems like the beautiful "Hold It." But the focus keeps coming back to the blues, and on songs like "I Don't Mind" and "Perfume and Tobacco" they do what very few white blues artists can: without trying to sound like 80-year-old black men, they deliver blues compositions that are idiomatic, emotionally powerful, and musically articulate. Highly recommended.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/1/2001
  • Label: Borealis Recording
  • UPC: 773958113527
  • Catalog Number: 135

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Performance Credits
The Whiteley Brothers Primary Artist
Chris Whiteley Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Harmonica, Trumpet, Cornet, Drums, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Washboard, Foot Percussion, Vocal Harmony
Ken Whiteley Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Bass, Guitar, Mandolin, Piano, Electric Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Washboard, 12-string Guitar, Jug, Snare Drums, Rubboard, Shaker, national steel guitar, String Bass, Washtub Bass, 5-string Banjo, Tenor Banjo, Vocal Harmony
Technical Credits
Buddy Holly Composer
Clifford Scott Composer
Norman Petty Composer
Chris Whiteley Composer, Producer
Billy Butler Composer
Ken Whiteley Composer, Producer
Nik Tjelios Engineer
Ted Carson Mastering
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