Water from Another Time: A Retrospective

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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Folk singer and songwriter John McCutcheon has generally followed a neo-Appalachian approach during his career, but he's also experimented and expanded traditional sounds and songs within that template, finding ways to work outside the box while simultaneously preserving the structure and integrity of the box itself, which is often much easier said than done. This retrospective, originally released in this configuration on 1989, collects his early sides for June Appal, Front Hall, and other labels, but also includes more work from Rounder Records, and three previously unreleased songs.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Folk singer and songwriter John McCutcheon has generally followed a neo-Appalachian approach during his career, but he's also experimented and expanded traditional sounds and songs within that template, finding ways to work outside the box while simultaneously preserving the structure and integrity of the box itself, which is often much easier said than done. This retrospective, originally released in this configuration on 1989, collects his early sides for June Appal, Front Hall, and other labels, but also includes more work from Rounder Records, and three previously unreleased songs.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/14/1992
  • Label: Rounder / Umgd
  • UPC: 011661155527
  • Catalog Number: 11555
  • Sales rank: 129,753

Album Credits

Performance Credits
John McCutcheon Primary Artist, Dulcimer, Synthesizer, Alto, Fiddle, Guitar, Piano, Soprano, Autoharp, Vocals, Tenor (Vocal), Hammered Dulcimer, Mountain Dulcimer
Malcolm Dalglish Dulcimer, Vocals, Hammered Dulcimer
James Morrison Steel Guitar
Leah Kunkel Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Lorraine Duisit Mandolin, Vocals, Mandola, Mandocello
Pete Sutherland Fiddle, Guitar, Vocals
Grey Larsen Synthesizer, Flute, Vocals
Michael Aharon Synthesizer, Bass, Piano, Cello
Greg Artzner Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Mary Chapin Carpenter Vocal Harmony
Washington Bach Consort Strings, Group
Freyda Epstein Fiddle, Viola, Vocals
Ralph Gordon Bass, Cello
Tina Jones Guitar
Pete Kennedy Bass, Mandolin, Electric Guitar
Terry Leonino Vocal Harmony
Howard Levy Organ, Harmonica, Piano, Amplified Harmonica
Debbie Macfarlan Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Michael Monagan Bass
Vicky Pratt Vocal Harmony
John Previti Bass
Ruth Rappaport Piano
Paul Reisler Dulcimer, Guitar, Hammered Dulcimer
Tracy Schwarz Accordion, Cajun Accordion
Paul Van Arsdale Piano, Hammered Dulcimer
Bobby Read Soprano Saxophone
Jon Carroll Piano
Joe Hickerson Vocals
Tina Liza-Jones Guitar
Tom Jones Dumbek, Percussion, Conga, Drums, Timbales
Jim Morison Steel Guitar
Technical Credits
Eddie Rabbitt Composer
Enya Composer
John McCutcheon Arranger, Producer, Adaptation
Bill Spence Producer
David Malloy Composer
Bill McElroy Engineer
Paul Reisler Producer
Tracy Schwarz Contributor
Even Stevens Composer
Paul Van Arsdale Arranger, Adaptation
Traditional Composer
Ollieh Composer
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