This Side of the Moon

This Side of the Moon

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by Elizabeth Cook

Product Details

Release Date:
Thirty Tigers


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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Elizabeth Cook   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Background Vocals
Glen Duncan   Fiddle
Jimmy Capps   Acoustic Guitar
Tim Carroll   Electric Guitar,Background Vocals
Dan Dugmore   Steel Guitar
Steve Fishell   Steel Guitar
Shannon Forrest   Drums
Dave Francis   Acoustic Guitar,Bass
John Gardner   Drums
Kevin Grantt   Bass
Owen Hale   Drums
Tony Harrell   Keyboards
Sean Locke   Background Vocals
Greg Morrow   Drums
Duncan Mullins   Bass
Billy Panda   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin
Alison Prestwood   Bass
Tammy Rogers   Fiddle,Mandolin
Randy Scruggs   Acoustic Guitar
Michael Severs   Electric Guitar
Paul Slivka   Bass
Stephony Smith   Background Vocals
Kenny Vaughan   Electric Guitar
Wanda Vick   Acoustic Guitar,Fiddle
Spencer Campbell   Bass
Rick Schell   Drums
Fats Kaplin   Fiddle,Accordion
Jerry Salley   Background Vocals
David Jacques   Bass
Hardie McGehee   Acoustic Guitar,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Howard Duck   Keyboards
Tom Bukovac   Electric Guitar

Technical Credits

Tim Carroll   Composer
Steve Fishell   Producer
Steve Marcantonio   Engineer
Jim McBride   Composer
Rusty McFarland   Engineer
Mike Poole   Engineer
Ron Reynolds   Engineer
Randy Scruggs   Composer,Producer
Stephony Smith   Composer,Producer
Joe Bogan   Engineer
Jeff Gordon   Producer,Engineer,Executive Producer,Mastering
Jerry Salley   Composer,Producer
T.W. Cargile   Engineer
Elizabeth Cook   Composer
Heather Dryden   Art Direction

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This Side of the Moon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the best traditional country music cds of the past ten years. "Before I Go That Far" is the single best "country" ballad by a female artist since Reba's "Somebody Should Leave", and would be a guaranteed number one hit had it been recorded by an established artist like Leann Womack. "Here's to You" is very nearly as good, and I can't imagine anyone else singing it better than Elizabeth does. The gorgeous title track is so reminiscent of Dolly Parton, I can see why so many reviewers are making the comparison. "Kiss Me Again" is a song I'm sure Reba would like to have recorded, given she hasn't had a great single in more than a decade. The remaining tracks are all worth listening to, but the the above-mentioned 4 tracks which appear consecutively on the album are as good a power play as you are ever likely to hear in modern country music. As you can probably tell, I'm hooked. It's so great to hear a pure country voice that hasn't been corrupted by the Nashville music mill. Hopefully, even better things are yet to come with the release of her Rodney Crowell-produced follow-up album, "Balls". If you're a fan of Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton, early Reba, or even Patty Loveless, this album is essential. Only a chance viewing of one of her videos on CMT's Edge of Country with Kylie Harris exposed me to this relatively unknown artist. Isn't it ironic? The "Edge of Country". And all this time I thought this kind of music was the real thing. I guess Faith and Tim and all the rest really do rule over country music. Sad, sad, sad. J.D. in Texas