Walk Between the Raindrops

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All Music Guide - William Ashford
Somewhere between "Desolation Row," "The Heart of Saturday Night," and The Last Picture Show, there are places and events that James McMurtry writes about. Vocally, he is seldom surprising, but always dependable. Sliding effortlessly from first- to third-person narrative, McMurtry presents great material, including maybe the definitive gettin' sober song, "Every Little Bit Counts." Other highlights include "Fast as I Can," "Tired of Walking," and the surprise inclusion of Townes Van Zandt's "Rex's Blues." Nothing wrong here. Produced by the legendary Lloyd Maines.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - William Ashford
Somewhere between "Desolation Row," "The Heart of Saturday Night," and The Last Picture Show, there are places and events that James McMurtry writes about. Vocally, he is seldom surprising, but always dependable. Sliding effortlessly from first- to third-person narrative, McMurtry presents great material, including maybe the definitive gettin' sober song, "Every Little Bit Counts." Other highlights include "Fast as I Can," "Tired of Walking," and the surprise inclusion of Townes Van Zandt's "Rex's Blues." Nothing wrong here. Produced by the legendary Lloyd Maines.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/18/1998
  • Label: Sugarhill
  • UPC: 015891106021
  • Catalog Number: 1060
  • Sales rank: 95,371

Album Credits

Performance Credits
James McMurtry Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Fiddle, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Charlie Sexton Guitar
Lisa Mednick Keyboards
Jon Blondell Trombone
Daren Hess Drums, Tambourine
Lloyd Maines Dobro, Guitar, Mandolin, Pedal Steel Guitar
Paul Pearcy Percussion, Drums
Fred Remmert Synthesizer, Shaker
John Treanor Rub
Chris Searles Percussion, Drums
Elaine Barber Vocal Harmony
Randy Garibay Jr. Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Ronnie Johnson Bass, Vocal Harmony
Lee Barber Vocal Harmony
Charles Searles Drums
George Morgan Penny Whistle
Technical Credits
Lloyd Maines Producer
Fred Remmert Engineer, Mastering
Steve Starnes Engineer
George Morgan Engineer
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