Timepeace

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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
Where has Terry Callier been all of our lives? Outside of the lucky few collectors fortunate enough to possess copies of his 1968 debut The New Folk Sound of Terry Callier and the series of brilliant records he cut for the Cadet label during the mid-1970s, the Chicago singer/songwriter has otherwise slipped through the cracks of contemporary music; his resurrection has been a long time in coming, and Timepeace is indeed well worth the wait. Long ago tagged with the label "folk-jazz," Callier's music eludes easy description; cosmic and spiritual, it also bears the influence of gospel and soul, yet synthesizes its disparate elements in unprecedented and breathtaking ways. ...
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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
Where has Terry Callier been all of our lives? Outside of the lucky few collectors fortunate enough to possess copies of his 1968 debut The New Folk Sound of Terry Callier and the series of brilliant records he cut for the Cadet label during the mid-1970s, the Chicago singer/songwriter has otherwise slipped through the cracks of contemporary music; his resurrection has been a long time in coming, and Timepeace is indeed well worth the wait. Long ago tagged with the label "folk-jazz," Callier's music eludes easy description; cosmic and spiritual, it also bears the influence of gospel and soul, yet synthesizes its disparate elements in unprecedented and breathtaking ways. Sparked by Callier's spiralling guitar leads, highlights like "Lazarus Man" and "Java Sparrow" seem to tap a higher consciousness, his yearning vocals channeling unfathomable power; the stark opener "Ride Suite Ride" matches the grace of Curtis Mayfield with the poignancy of Nick Drake, while "Coyote Moon" captures an ethereal yet pastoral beauty best likened to extraterrestrial country music. It's wonderful to have Callier back again -- we need him now more than ever.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/27/1998
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • UPC: 731453731721
  • Catalog Number: 537317

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Performance Credits
Terry Callier Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals, Baritone (Vocal)
Mark Edwards Organ, Piano
Alfredo Alias Drums
Dave Barnard Bass Guitar
Larry Bowen Trumpet
Eric Hochberg Violin, Bass Guitar
Morris Jennings Drums
Howard Levy Harmonica
Jim Mullen Guitar
David Onderdonk Guitar
Pharoah Sanders Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Paul Wertico Drums
Pennington McGee Percussion, Vocals
John McLean Guitar
John Moulder Guitar
Bosco d'Olivera Percussion
Suzanne Palmer Vocals
Technical Credits
Terry Callier Songwriter
Brian Bacchus Producer
James Nichols Mastering
Craig Williams Engineer
Michael J. Ade Engineer
Tom Terrell Liner Notes
Patricia Lie Art Direction
Mo Morgen Illustrations
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