The Next Hundred Years

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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Hawkins' first album for DGC Records is a beautiful, understated record that easily ranks with his finest works.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Hawkins' first album for DGC Records is a beautiful, understated record that easily ranks with his finest works.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/17/1997
  • Label: MOBILE FIDELITY
  • UPC: 015775470224
  • Catalog Number: 702

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ted Hawkins Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Michael Penn Guitar
Jim Keltner Percussion, Drums
Tony Berg Guitar, Keyboards
Chris Bruce Guitar
Danny Frankel Percussion
Greg Leisz Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Steel Guitar, Hawaiian Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar
Pat Mastelotto Percussion, Drums
Kevin McCormick Bass
Bill Payne Keyboards
John Pierce Bass
Guy Pratt Bass
Martin Tillman Cello
Patrick Warren Keyboards
Greg Wells Percussion, Drums
Technical Credits
Ted Hawkins Arranger
Tony Berg Producer
John Paterno Engineer
Susan Rogers Engineer
Dave Marsh Liner Notes
Robin Sloane Director
Dave Adelson Liner Notes
Janet Wolsborn Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    You need this one.

    This is one of my favorite discs of all time. Ted is full of life, blues and melancholy all at the same time. Some reviews have noted that this disc is 'over produced', I disagree, it is simply produced as compaired to his other discs. One of my favorite discs to give as a gift since you know the person won't have it.

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