Produced by Anton Sanko, Lucy Kaplansky's second album showcases her songwriting, with strong ballads such as "If You Could See" and "Still Life," a moving character sketch that has been the centerpiece of her live performances. Her unique voice, steely and supple, moves easily from irony to aching sincerity, a feat not often accomplished since the early recordings of Judy Collins. Other highlights are a rollicking bluegrass version of Nick Lowe's "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?" and a duet with John Gorka on Gram Parsons' legendary "Return of the Grievous Angel." Reverse before the first track for a hidden version of the Beatles' "I've Just Seen a Face."
Performance CreditsLucy Kaplansky Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
John Gorka Background Vocals
Richard Shindell Background Vocals
Larry Campbell Acoustic Guitar,Dobro,Fiddle,Mandolin,Pedal Steel Guitar,Electric Guitar,Cittern
Zev Katz Bass
Jennifer Kimball Background Vocals
Anton Sanko Organ,Acoustic Guitar,Steel Guitar,tiple,Lap Steel Guitar
Marc Shulman Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Frank Vilardi Percussion,Drums
Drew Zingg Electric Guitar
Gary Schreiner Accordion
Technical CreditsPaul Brady Arranger
Bruce Calder Engineer
Larry Campbell Producer
Dennis McNerney Engineer
Anton Sanko Producer
Tom Mudge Engineer
Linda Beauvais Art Direction
Matt Knobel Engineer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Flesh and Bone based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
i like a range of music and this album is one i'd definitely want with me if i were stranded on a desert island.