Trouble in Mind

Trouble in Mind

by Hayes Carll


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Product Details

Release Date: 04/08/2008
Label: Lost Highway
UPC: 0602517544635
catalogNumber: 001045202

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Hayes Carll   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Dan Baird   Electric Guitar,Vocal Harmony
George Bradfute   Guitar (Electric Baritone)
Pat Buchanan   Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Harmonica,Electric Guitar
John Gardner   Percussion,Drums
Brad Jones   Organ,Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Piano,Electric Guitar,Harmonium,Vibes
Robert Kearns   Vocal Harmony
Darrell Scott   Slide Guitar,Vocal Harmony
Brad Fordham   Bass
Lisa Pankratz   Drums
Chris Carmichael   Violin
Fats Kaplin   Dobro,Mandolin,Pedal Steel Guitar,Violin,Lap Steel Guitar
Will Kimbrough   Banjo,Electric Guitar,Guitar (Electric Baritone)
Thad Cockrell   Vocal Harmony
Carl Broemel   Electric Guitar
Carey Kotsionis   Vocal Harmony

Technical Credits

Brian Keane   Composer
Tom Waits   Composer
Ray Wylie Hubbard   Composer
Mark Addison   Engineer
Kathleen Brennan   Composer
Brad Jones   Producer,Engineer
Darrell Scott   Composer
Hayes Carll   Composer
José Luis González   Illustrations

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Trouble in Mind 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Fascinating to see that both here and on Amazon people, who liked Hayes Carll also like Tom Petty's retro band Mudcrutch. I really don't like country music though every time I play this guy, people call it country. I'm more of a Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, Dire Straits, Bob Dylan kind of person. If you like WFUV's "Fordham University public radio" City Folk, this fella is for you. I like "Trouble in Mind" but I *love* his older stuff "Little Rock" and "Flowers & Liquor" Give it a try - it's a discount price for something you'll play a lot. NB- he does a helluva concert if you get the chance. Good songwriting with Dylan-esque twists of phrase but he also has a knack for doing covers better than the original artists eg Tom Waits, Greg Brown, Bill Morrissey, Scott Nolan
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