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Way Out West

Mary Mccaslin

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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1011
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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1973
フォーマット
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CD
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Doug McClaran(Piano),  Jay Ungar(Synthesizer),  Jay Ungar(Violin),  Jim Ringer(Guitar),  Jim Ringer(Vocals),  Martin Grosswendt(Guitar),  Mary Mccaslin(Guitar),  Mary Mccaslin(Vocals),  Paul Combs(Bass),  Abby Newton(Cello),  Abby Newton(Strings),  Jay Ungar(Fiddle),  Jay Ungar(Mandolin),  Jim Ringer(Guitar (Rhythm)),  Martin Grosswendt(Dobro),  Mary Mccaslin(Banjo),  Alfred Gertler(Engineer),  Bill Schubart(Engineer),  Bill Schubart(Producer),  Mary Mccaslin(Producer),  Michael Couture(Engineer),  Andy Hummell(Composer),  Bill Schubart(Liner Notes),  Carlos Santana(Composer),  David Brown(Composer),  Dr. Toby Mountain(Mastering),  Fred Hill(Photography),  Gregg Rolie(Composer),  Jose Chepito Areas(Composer),  Mary Mccaslin(Liner Notes),  Michael Shrieve(Composer),  Mike Carabello(Composer),  Nancy Given(Design)

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This was the album that established McCaslin as a major folk performer. Her interpretive skills are in evidence on covers of Let It Be and Randy Newman's Living Without You, but most of the set was devoted to original material, showing her to be an impressive songwriter (if not quite as impressive a singer). The title track and San Bernardino Waltz are standouts, the latter being probably her most famous song. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Music Strings/Oh Hollywood (04:15)
  • 02. Waiting (03:37)
  • 03. Let It Be Me (03:01)
  • 04. Livin' Without You (02:04)
  • 05. Way Out West (04:13)
  • 06. Down the Road (02:28)
  • 07. San Bernardino Waltz (02:24)
  • 08. Circle of Friends (04:41)
  • 09. Ballad of a Wanted Man (03:00)
  • 10. Northfield (02:47)
  • 11. Young Westley (05:02)

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Mary Mccaslin

As a singer/songwriter who wrote story-songs combining elements of country, folk, and pop, Mary McCaslin was one of the most appealing contemporary folk performers of the 1970s. As a country-folk singer working totally outside of the Nashville sphere, singing of prairies and Old West images in almost mythic terms, her audience was confined to the folk circuit (though within that boundary, it was v

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