The Door Keb' Mo'
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- 1The Door03:56
- 2Loola Loo04:35
- 3It Hurts Me Too05:26
- 4Come On Back04:57
- 5Stand Up (And Be Strong)02:26
- 7Don't You Know04:20
- 8It's All Coming Back04:46
- 9Gimme What You Got04:11
- 10Mommy Can I Come Home03:10
- 12The Beginning03:43
Info for The Door
Soul Journey (2003) is the fourth studio album by Gillian Welch. As with all of her previous releases, it is a collaboration with David Rawlings. In their preceding work, Welch and Rawlings had experimented with using only acoustic guitar and banjo as accompaniment. With Soul Journey, they return to the more diverse and modern instrumentation of their early work, employing electric guitar, organ, and drums.
The album uses these musical elements to drive home a living-room, lazy-summertime jam-session feel. The album's opener "Look at Miss Ohio" evolves into a tough rocker, and the album culminates in the relative cacophony of "Wrecking Ball". Between these bookends is a mixed bag of traditional Folk and Blues songs like "Make Me a Pallet on Your Floor", "I Had a Real Good Mother and Father", "Lowlands" and "No One Knows My Name".
At the time of release, the album topped the Billboard Top Heatseekers. This album is finally available on HighResAudio for the first time!
Keb' Mo’, guitars, banjo, harmonica, vocals Jim Keltner, drums Steve Jordan, drums Sergio Gonzalez, percussion, drums Reggie McBride, bass Scarlet Rivera, violin Greg Leisz, pedal steel guitar Greg Phillinganes, synthesizer, pedal steel guitar, keyboards David Mann, saxophones Lawrence Feldman, saxophones Thomas Tally, viola Gerri Sutyak, cello Leon Ware, backup vocals Dennis Collins, backup vocals Marva Hicks, backup vocals
Recorded & mixed at Groove Masters, Santa Monica, CA; Stu Stu Studio, Manna Del Ray, CA; The Secret Studio, NY, NY; Right Track Recording Studio, New York
Engineered by Dave O'Donnell, Hans Leibert, Mark Johnson
Produced by Russ Titelman
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