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Tremolo [Blue Rodeo]


  • 1. Moon & Tree
    2. Shed My Skin
    3. No Miracle, No Dazzle
    4. Falling Down Blue
    5. I Could Never Be That Man
    6. Beautiful Blue
    7. Fallen from Grace
    8. Me & Baz
    9. Disappear
    10. It Could Happen to You
    11. Dragging On
    12. Brother Andre's Heart
    13. Frogs' Lullaby
    14. Graveyard
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 73001

  • Credits
    ProducerJames Gray; Greg Keelor; Glenn Milchem; Jim Cuddy; John Whynot; Kim Deschamps; Bazil Donovan
    EngineerJohn Whynot

    Personnel: Jim Cuddy (vocals, guitar, mandolin, piano); Greg Keelor (vocals, guitar, drums); James Gray (guitar, keyboards); Bazil Donovan (guitar, upright bass); Glenn Milchem (guitar, drums, percussion); John Whynot (guitar, background vocals); Colin Cripps (guitar); Kim Deschamps (bottleneck guitar, lap steel guitar, banjo); My Hyon Kim, David McFadden, Vera Tarnowsky, Adele Armin (violin); Artur Jansons, Kent Teeple (viola); Kirk Worthington, Audrey King (cello).
    Audio Mixers: John Whynot; Thom Panunzio.
    Recording information: Chemical Sound; Reaction Studios.
    Photographer: John Bentham.
    Recorded in between solo albums by co-leaders Greg Keelor and Jim Cuddy, the seventh album by Toronto's Blue Rodeo is a comfortably loose set of country-tinged pop tunes more in keeping with their Buffalo Springfield-influenced early albums than their more wide-ranging recent albums like NOWHERE TO HERE or LOST TOGETHER.
    Recorded pretty much live--studio banter and noises crop up here and there, like the sneeze towards the beginning of "Beautiful Blue"--the album mostly goes for a loping, Wilcoesque alt.country groove, as on the twangy "I Could Never Be That Man" or the more melancholy "Moon and Tree." Elsewhere, the group rocks out hard on the snarling "No Miracle," adds strings to a couple of songs, essays the jazzy ballad "Falling Down Blue" and even throws in a gentle ambient instrumental called "Frog's Lullaby." TREMOLO is wide-ranging and eclectic, in the best possible sense.

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