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Daily Practice, Vol. 1

Daily Practice, Vol. 1

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by Alice Ripley

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Release Date:
Sh-K Boom Records


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Alice Ripley   Primary Artist

Technical Credits

Nanci Griffith   Composer
Jackson Browne   Composer
Carly Simon   Composer
Bruce Springsteen   Composer
Sting   Composer
Lucinda Williams   Composer
Dave Evans   Composer
Glen Ballard   Composer
Peter Buck   Composer
Adam Clayton   Composer
Glenn Frey   Composer
Mike Mills   Composer
Larry Mullen   Composer
Michael Stipe   Composer
Alanis Morissette   Composer
Bill Berry   Composer
Paul Hewson   Composer
Toni Stern   Composer
Alice Ripley   Producer,Liner Notes,Artwork
Kurt Deutsch   Producer
Victor Reina   Composer
Ian Kagey   Engineer
Carol King   Composer
Augusten Burroughs   Inside Photo

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Daily Practice, Vol. 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Natalie13 More than 1 year ago
'Daily Practice, Vol. 1' is Alice Ripley's second solo studio venture, and it is a solid sophomore album from the Tony Award-winning talent. 'Daily Practice' differs from Ripley's other studio albums of original material ('Everything's Fine,' her first solo album, and 'Outtasite!' and 'RIPLEY EP,' recorded with her eponymous band, RIPLEY) in that 'Daily Practice' consists entirely of covers of songs by other artists, artists that Ripley has explained have inspired her and helped her become the musician she is today. On each of the ten acoustic tracks, Ripley (and her Taylor guitar) takes songs well-ingrained in the collective American psyche and manages to bring something new to each song, personalizing it and making it her own. Highlights include Ripley's take on Carole King's "It's Too Late," Bruce Springsteen's "Thunder Road," and U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," plus a scathing rendition of Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know," though there isn't a single track on the album that doesn't beg to be listened to on repeat.