by Ric Ocasek
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Ric Ocasek's Beatitude is an intriguing exercise in developing the artier side of the Cars, the one that owed a great deal to Roxy Music and synthesized Bowie. While the album lacks pop songs as strong as Ocasek's work for the Cars, it showcases an eerie side that is occasionally as compelling as his more accessible works.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/01/1997
Label: Geffen Gold Line Sp.
UPC: 0720642202227
catalogNumber: 2022

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ric Ocasek   Primary Artist,Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Jules Shear   Vocals,Voices
Greg Hawkes   Keyboards
Akio Akashi   Bass
Steve Cataldo   Vocals,Voices
Deric Dyer   Saxophone
Roger Greenawalt   Guitar
Stephen Hague   Keyboards
Darryl Jenifer   Bass
Casey Lindström   Guitar
Miss Linn   Drums
Fuzzbee Morse   Guitar,Keyboards
Antonio DePortago   Vocals,Voices
Stephen George   Drums
Antonia de Portago   Vocals,Voices
Stephen George   Drums

Technical Credits

Ric Ocasek   Producer
Elliot Roberts   Contributor
Ian Taylor   Engineer
Jan Taylor   Engineer
Bob Carlos Clarke   Contributor
Jeri McManus   Artwork
Boo Topeka   Contributor

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Beatitude 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I find this album to be very interesting. It definitly sounds like The Cars!!!!! (hmm I wonder, it IS The Cars!!) Don't be fooled to thinking this is ONLY Ric Ocasek. I really love this album. I think my favorite song on it is Jimmy Jimmy