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|Joe Strummer||Primary Artist, Vocals|
|Mary Fettig||Flute, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone|
|Dick Bright||Fiddle, Violin|
|Michael Hatfield||Organ, Marimbas, Vibes|
|Samuel Lehmer||Bass Drums|
|Rebeca Mauleón||Organ, Piano|
|Zander Schloss||Banjo, Guitar, Tamboura, Guitarron, Charango|
|Michael Spiro||Percussion, Bongos, Conga, Timbales|
|John L. Worley Jr.||Trumpet|
|Richard Zobel||Banjo, Harmonica, Mandolin, Vocals|
|Stephen Michell||Snare Drums|
|Joe Strummer||Composer, Producer, Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements|
|Dick Bright||Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements|
|Samuel Lehmer||Special Effects, Engineer|
|Zander Schloss||Guitar Arrangements|
Posted October 1, 2010
If you are expecting Clash this is NOT for you. It's all accoustic and mix of country,hillbilly,jazz,rythym and blues with a western cowboy bent.
There are only two songs that Joe sings on (Unknown Immortal & Tennessee Rain) all the rest are instrumental.
This is an excellent cd for sitting out in the back porch, drinking some beer and whisky and enjoying a good sunset.
The music arrangements are interesting and range from brooding to foot tapping.
This is the soundtrack to the movie of the same name starring Ed Harris, about the American mercenary that invade Nicaruaga back in the 1850's.