Loafer's Glory

Loafer's Glory

by Utah Phillips

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Overview

Loafer's Glory

Utah Phillips returned to recording with Ani DiFranco's encouragement for their duet album, The Past Didn't Go Anywhere. Evidently, the collaboration inspired Phillips, because he delivered Loafer's Glory just months after The Past, which was released six years after his last album. Loafer's Glory captures him at the top of his form, running through songs and stories with glee, especially when he's subverting traditional American mores. Anyone who learned of Phillips through DiFranco couldn't ask for a better introduction to his style than Loafer's Glory.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/22/1997
Label: Red House
UPC: 0033651010326
catalogNumber: 103
Rank: 80726

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Utah Phillips   Primary Artist,Vocals,Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part,Spoken Word
Mark Ross   Banjo,Guitar,Harmonica,Mandolin,Track Performer,Hawaiian Guitar,5-string Banjo,Vocal Harmony
Jimmy Borsdorf   Banjo,Fiddle,5-string Banjo
Nancy Borsdorf   Banjo,Fiddle,5-string Banjo
Mikail Graham   Vocal Harmony

Technical Credits

Utah Phillips   Lyricist,Liner Notes
Ramblin' Jack Elliott   Liner Notes
H.H. Knibbs   Poetry
C.E. Montague   Poetry
Bill Quirke   Poetry
Bruce Wheelock   Engineer
Mikail Graham   Producer,Contributor
Art Tishman   Poetry
David Neilson   Engineer
Mikail Graham   Producer

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Loafer's Glory 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
goodingr60 More than 1 year ago
I am proud of what my dad done over the years until his death in 1984. Not a lot of people knew he wrote for true west and frontier times magazines...I have quite a few of them...it has been 26 years and the pain is still there from the loss of a loved one, we will miss him foreve Not only was I the first born but I also had the honor of making my grandma a grandmother ...dad would hurt when one of his hobo friends caught the westbound ....I am trying to get a street named after him in britt maybe that will happen...thanks dad for being there when I needed you ...your son Ralph L. Gooding Jr
Guest More than 1 year ago
i love the fact that someone cared enough to write songs and stories about my father ralph lewis gooding aka hood river blackie thank you for keeping hs memory alive that means alot to me sincerel yours ralph's little girl elizabeth ann gooding -revilla
Anonymous More than 1 year ago