CD Losing Faith * (CD 906271),
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Losing Faith *

  • 1. Losing Faith
    2. Denied
    3. Our Lady of Sorrows
    4. Not Who I Am
    5. Doin' Well
    6. Trashin' da Blues
    7. Your Eyes
    8. B-Grade Affair
    9. Next Big Nothing
    10. You Did
    11. Heartache
    12. Ain't No Joy
    13. Harmony
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 4

  • Credits
    ProducerAudrey Auld
    EngineerPhilip Scoggins; Stuart French; Jeff McCormack; Michael Carpenter; Bill Chambers; Eastside Flash; Michel Rose

    Personnel: Audrey Auld, Fred Eaglesmith, Mary Gauthier, Kieran Kane (vocals); Chris Haigh (guitar, bass); Glen Hannah (guitar); George Bibicos (piano); Michael Carpenter (drums); Sunil De Silva (percussion).
    Personnel: Audrey Auld (acoustic guitar); Kieran Kane (vocals, guitar); Fred Eaglesmith, Mary Gauthier (vocals); Stuart French, Chris Haigh (guitar); Bill Chambers (electric guitar, lap steel guitar, baritone guitar, dobro, banjo); Jeff Mercer, Glen Hannah (electric guitar); Jud Newcomb (slide guitar); Dave Steel (nylon-string guitar); Gerry Hale (mandolin); Mick Albeck (fiddle); Tim Wedde (accordion); George Bibicos (piano, organ); Doug Gallacher, Michael Carpenter (drums); Sunil DeSilva (congas, percussion).
    Audio Mixer: Jeff McCormack.
    Recording information: Beach House; Flashpoint Recording Studio, Austin, TX; Island Boy Studio, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Nashville, TN; Stagefright; Swingin' Doors; The Boneyard.
    Photographer: Amy Cruickshank.
    While the religious imagery of Losing Faith's title cut may seem a bit heavy for a country song, Audrey Auld's incisive lyrics cut a bit deeper than the average Nashville ballad. When the singer compares placing one's faith in a love interest with placing one's faith in Christ ("And feed me drops of water/And tell me it was wine"), it adds a new twist to relationship dependency. While this all may sound awfully serious, Auld wraps her lyrics in an energetic musical package that never forgets to entertain. There are also good-time songs like "Doin' Well," complete with old-time fiddle and the delicious line, "I say yeah, you can go to hell/I'm staying here, I'm doing well." As with her previous album, Auld, who hails from Australia, seems to know more about traditional country than post-'90s Nashville. There's still room in her musical vision for steel, dobro, and mandolin, and she even includes an old-fashioned duet with Fred Eaglesmith on "B-Grade Affair." Auld marries this love of country roots to a modern sensibility, writing smart songs that have something to say about life and relationships in 2003. Losing Faith ends pleasantly with "Harmony," a quiet duet with Kieran Kane, bringing a stimulating album to a satisfying conclusion. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr.

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