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It Had to Happen
     

It Had to Happen

by James McMurtry
 
James McMurtry's fourth album of new material concerns itself with change. Showing a maturity that doesn't show itself much in the roots rock genre, It Had to Happen winds its way through many stories set to music. "Sixty Acres" deals with inheritance, while "No More Buffalo," a standout cut, dwells on both natural and personal

Overview

James McMurtry's fourth album of new material concerns itself with change. Showing a maturity that doesn't show itself much in the roots rock genre, It Had to Happen winds its way through many stories set to music. "Sixty Acres" deals with inheritance, while "No More Buffalo," a standout cut, dwells on both natural and personal destruction. Tastefully done, McMurtry and his fellow travelers offer fine music done maturely.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/17/1997
Label:
Sugarhill
UPC:
0015891105826
catalogNumber:
1058
Rank:
64034

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Performance Credits

James McMurtry   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Harmonica,Vocals,Claves,Hand Clapping
Charlie Sexton   Bouzouki,Mandolin,Background Vocals
Lisa Mednick   Accordion,Keyboards
Lloyd Maines   Tambourine,Hand Clapping,Slide Guitar,Lap Steel Guitar
Chris Searles   Percussion,Drums,Hand Clapping
Ronnie Johnson   Bass,Background Vocals,Hand Clapping,Vocal Harmony
Randy Garibay   Background Vocals,Vocal Harmony

Technical Credits

Lloyd Maines   Producer
Fred Remmert   Engineer

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