23rd Street Lullaby

23rd Street Lullaby

by Patti Scialfa

Product Details

Release Date: 06/15/2004
Label: Sony
UPC: 0827969037126
catalogNumber: 90371

Tracks

  1. 23rd Street Lullaby
  2. You Can't Go Back
  3. Rose
  4. City Boys
  5. Love (Stand Up)
  6. Yesterday's Child
  7. Stumbling To Bethlehem
  8. Each Other's Medicine
  9. Romeo
  10. State of Grace
  11. Chelsea Avenue
  12. Young in the City

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Patti Scialfa   Primary Artist,Organ,Guitar,Harmonium,Harpsichord,Keyboards,Hammond Organ,Recorder,Vocals,Background Vocals,Pump Organ,Vocal Harmony
Nils Lofgren   Acoustic Guitar,Dobro,Mandolin,Bass Guitar,Electric Guitar,Lap Steel Guitar,Guitar (12 String Electric)
Bruce Springsteen   Electric Guitar,Keyboards
Marc Ribot   Acoustic Guitar,Banjo,Dobro,Electric Guitar,Tres,Guitar (Nylon String),Guitar (Baritone)
Bobby Bandiera   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Larry Campbell   Electric Guitar,Cittern
Greg Cohen   Acoustic Bass
Will Lee   Bass
Lisa Lowell   Background Vocals,Vocal Harmony
John Medeski   Piano
Soozie Tyrell   Violin,Background Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Willie Weeks   Bass
Jane Scarpantoni   Cello
Clifford Carter   Piano,Keyboards,Hammond Organ,Electric Piano,Mellotron,Pump Organ,Wurlitzer
Steve Jordan   Bass,Percussion,Drums,Background Vocals,Drum Loop
Tiffany Andrews   Choir, Chorus
Michelle Moore   Choir, Chorus
Antoinette More   Choir, Chorus

Technical Credits

Patti Scialfa   Songwriter,Composer,Producer
Roger Moutenot   Engineer
Toby Scott   Engineer
Trina Shoemaker   Engineer
Christopher Austopchuk   Art Direction
Eric Tew   Engineer
Steve Jordan   Producer
Michelle Holme   Art Direction

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23rd Street Lullaby 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I feel the spirit of Laura Nyro, Ricki Lee Jones, Ronnie Spector, even hubby Bruce riding along on this first class collection. So many great cuts "Yesterdays Child" just gets to me with every listen, love the way she gives us that early Ricki Lee Jones style on the opening cut "23rd street lullaby"- Kind of a Lou Reed opening on "You can't go back", love the songs "ROMEO"- "ROSE"-"CITY BLUES"-"STUMBLING TO BETHLEHEM"-the elegance and beauty of "YOUNG IN THE CITY", you'll find so much quality music on this very enjoyable 2nd outing from Patti(its been 11 years since Rumble Doll??) Adult Rock/Pop music I would compare to the excellence that Bonnie Raitt has been dishing out all these years. Soulful, lush, spare at times, haunting, nostalgic harmonies as Patti looks back over the years, some regrets but with hope to the future. This one takes a bit more time to take in but its worth it. Patti is a rare, self assured vocalist with a great set of pipes that grows on you. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a haunting, gorgeous voice Ms. Scialfa has! This record is quickly becoming a favorite. Her songwriting is lovely, there is so much nostalgia there, so many pretty harmonies/melodies that you can easily guess why she called this album a lullaby. It sounds so effortless. I hope Ms. Scialfa has much success with this record (and releases another in the future), what a wonderfully fresh set of songs she has crafted here. This is definitely recommended. Perfect for lazy nights at home.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Patti has her talented friends in tow for her second outing; the musicianship that is displayed here is unmatched. She has a fine, fine voice. One of those rare CDs that you can listen to beginning to end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Long awaited 2nd album from scialfa is solid in musicianship but a little flight lyrically. Some of the songs hold beautiful visual vignettes of people and places she has known. Not as compelling as Rumble Doll but still worth the wait. Hopefully it won't take as long for a third album!