Where We Live

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All Music Guide - Travis Drageset
The songs on Where We Live revolve around place and dislocation: remembrance is used as a way of honoring what's come before, and meditations dwell in times and places that have passed by barely noticed. As on her two previous releases, Tanya Savory continues looking toward location for identity and for minute details in big pictures. To that mix she adds some uncharacteristically biting criticism of her current hometown, Nashville, and it's sleek, pop-ensconced and inauthentic musical and cultural aesthetic. "All these folks from far away/in boots that they bought yesterday" sums up the town's tourism, and of it's current music scene she sings, "it lost the grit and it...
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All Music Guide - Travis Drageset
The songs on Where We Live revolve around place and dislocation: remembrance is used as a way of honoring what's come before, and meditations dwell in times and places that have passed by barely noticed. As on her two previous releases, Tanya Savory continues looking toward location for identity and for minute details in big pictures. To that mix she adds some uncharacteristically biting criticism of her current hometown, Nashville, and it's sleek, pop-ensconced and inauthentic musical and cultural aesthetic. "All these folks from far away/in boots that they bought yesterday" sums up the town's tourism, and of it's current music scene she sings, "it lost the grit and it lost the twang.../can't understand how it took three guys to write that song." She also throws in some rare-to-her-material romantic love on "Losing Me," but manages to tie in a road metaphor when she likens looking for a relationship's end to putting an ear to a train track. Musically Where We Live combines piano balladry with traditional country and bluegrass instrumentation, and finds a low-key, folk-based groove akin to that of Nanci Griffith and John Gorka.
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  • Release Date: 2/5/2002
  • Label: Philo / Umgd
  • UPC: 011671123226
  • Catalog Number: 711232

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Disc 1
  1. 1 Bluer (4:12)
  2. 2 Where We Live (4:09)
  3. 3 This Old Tree (3:44)
  4. 4 Carolina (3:18)
  5. 5 Nashville (3:53)
  6. 6 Losing Me (4:08)
  7. 7 Down at the Do Drop (5:03)
  8. 8 The Biggest Share (3:25)
  9. 9 County Fair (3:23)
  10. 10 Any Way It Lands (2:53)
  11. 11 The Road Was New (4:00)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Tanya Savory Primary Artist, Guitar, Harmony
Claire Lynch Harmony
Pat McInerney Percussion
John Mock Concertina, Harmonium, Human Whistle
Deanie Richardson Fiddle
Wanda Vick Dobro, Mandolin
Missy Raines Bass
Pam Gadd Banjo, Harmony
Mark Burchfield Bass
Nancy Given Gardner Percussion, Drums, Harmony
Eric Holt Organ
Jim Hurst Guitar, Harmony
Michael Daly Pedal Steel Guitar
Technical Credits
Claire Lynch Liner Notes
Toby Mountain Mastering
Ben Surratt Engineer
Kim House Producer
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