Turn of the Decade 1989-90: Ben & Jerry's Newport Folk Festival

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All Music Guide - Thom Owens
Turn of the Decade 1989-90: Ben & Jerry's Newport Folk Festival contains highlights from two sequential Newport Folk Festivals, which featured a wide variety of folk, country, and rock artists. Among the best moments are Richard Thompson's "She Moves Through the Fair," and Shawn Colvin's "Cry like an Angel," Michelle Shocked's "Ballad of Penny Evans," and Greg Brown's "Good Morning Coffee."
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Thom Owens
Turn of the Decade 1989-90: Ben & Jerry's Newport Folk Festival contains highlights from two sequential Newport Folk Festivals, which featured a wide variety of folk, country, and rock artists. Among the best moments are Richard Thompson's "She Moves Through the Fair," and Shawn Colvin's "Cry like an Angel," Michelle Shocked's "Ballad of Penny Evans," and Greg Brown's "Good Morning Coffee."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/23/1992
  • Label: Red House
  • UPC: 033651003625
  • Catalog Number: 36
  • Sales rank: 206,756

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Chris Smither Track Performer
Greg Brown Track Performer
Pete Seeger Track Performer
Cheryl Wheeler Track Performer
Sweet Honey in the Rock Track Performer
Luka Bloom Track Performer
Shawn Colvin Track Performer
Indigo Girls Track Performer
Michelle Shocked Track Performer
The Subdudes Track Performer
Richard Thompson Track Performer
The Wild Magnolias Track Performer
Flaco Jiménez Track Performer
Robert Earl Keen Jr. Track Performer
Technical Credits
Greg Brown Contributor
Sweet Honey in the Rock Contributor
Shawn Colvin Contributor
Indigo Girls Contributor
Michelle Shocked Contributor
The Subdudes Contributor
Richard Thompson Contributor
Jim Anderson Engineer
Steve Colby Engineer
Eric Peltoniemi Producer, Liner Notes
Jane Pipik Engineer
Roger Seibel Mastering
Tom Mudge Engineer
Monk Boudreaux Composer
Melanie Berzon Engineer
Jim Donohue Engineer
John Harris Engineer
Johnny Ray Allen Composer
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