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Eye Of The Storm

David Olney

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カタログNo
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1199
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1986
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CD
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Bob Mater(Drums),  David Olney(Guitar),  David Olney(Vocals),  Joe Fleming(Guitar),  Joe Fleming(Guitar (Electric)),  John Owen(Bass),  John Owen(Vocals),  Pat Mclaughlin(Vocals),  Roy M. "Junior" Husky(Bass),  Thomas Goldsmith(Guitar),  Thomas Goldsmith(Vocals),  David Olney(Harp),  David Olney(Slide Guitar),  Pat Mclaughlin(Mandolin),  Joe Fleming(Ebo),  Joe Fleming(Producer),  Joe Fleming(Producer),  Thomas Goldsmith(Producer),  Cesar Rosas(Composer),  Dr. Toby Mountain(Mastering),  Hazel Houser(Composer),  Jean Wilcox(Design),  Joe Fleming(Composer),  Joe Josea(Composer),  Melodie Gimple(Photography),  Richard Jobson(Liner Notes),  Scott Alarik(Liner Notes)

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David Olney's first solo album after seven years of fronting Nashville-based roots-rock band the X-Rays, Eye of the Storm contains songs written during both his pre- and post-X-Rays periods. Surprisingly, however, the album sounds completely cohesive, almost as if the all the material had been written as part of a single concept project. Olney's voice is somewhat more fragile than on subsequent releases (often veering dangerously close to being out of key) but perfectly matches the songs' world-weary themes. The production is understated and the playing sparse, mirroring the quiet intensity of Olney's delivery. An immensely gifted lyricist, Olney boldly tackles uncommon themes throughout the album. A Dangerous Man is a stark, chilling song about T.E. Lawrence (subject of Lawrence of Arabia), and Titanic relates the story of the famous shipwreck from the point of view of the iceberg. Fortunately, like his contemporary Guy Clark, Olney is that rare songwriter who is able to lend substance and emotional depth to virtually any topic. ~ Pemberton Roach, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Saturday Night And Sunday Morning (03:37)
  • 02. I Keep My Fingers Crossed (04:21)
  • 03. Theresa Maria (03:22)
  • 04. Dangerous Man (04:00)
  • 05. If It Wasn't For The Wind (03:07)
  • 06. Steal My Thunder (05:19)
  • 07. Who Knows Better Than I (02:50)
  • 08. Titanic (03:36)
  • 09. Queen Anne's Lace (03:21)
  • 10. My Baby's Gone (02:43)
  • 11. Eye Of The Storm (04:51)
  • 12. Ain't It That Way (02:09)

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David Olney

Though multi-instrumentalist David Olney is a folk singer at heart, he incorporates wide-ranging inspirations from honky tonk to rock into his standard repertoire. Born in Rhode Island, Olney moved to Nashville during the early '70s and became a major player in the city's underground folk/country scene. He gained a contract with the folk label Philo several years later. Though his first half-dozen

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