CD Collected [D.C. Anderson] [CD] [1 disc] (CD 863283),
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Collected [D.C. Anderson] [CD] [1 disc]

  • 1. Time Was
    2. I'm Confessin'
    3. Blue Summer Day
    4. I Leave in Doubt
    5. Arrow
    6. Is It Peace or Is It Prozac?
    7. I Haven't Time to Be a Millionaire
    8. God Loves the Irish
    9. They Say It's Wonderful
    10. Get Out and Get Under the Moon
    11. Flintstones
    12. Winter Song
    13. I Never Said Goodbye to My Father
    14. Humming Chorus
    15. Music to Operate By
    16. Please Let's Not Even Say Hello
    17. Beyond the Lights
    18. After the Funeral
    19. Box of Visions
    20. Something Simple
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 158

  • Credits
    ProducerD.C. Anderson

    COLLECTED includes songs from TIME WAS (1993) and BLUE SUMMER DAY (2000).
    Personnel includes: D.C.Anderson, Claudia Anderson, Kimberle Baxter, Teresa Tudury (vocals); Roy Zimmerman (acoustic guitar); Diana Parmeter (cello); Lem Jay Ignacio, Steven Landau (piano); Ritt Henn (bass).
    Recorded in 1993 & 2000.
    Personnel: D.C. Anderson (vocals); Claudia Anderson, Teresa Tudury (vocals); Roy Zimmerman (guitar, acoustic guitar); Diana Parmeter (cello); Steve Landau (piano); Ritt Henn (acoustic bass).
    Recording information: 29th St. Sound; Bernie Becker Studios; Los Angeles, CA; Studio 900.
    Photographer: Michelle Beck.
    Arranger: Richard Snyder.
    Perhaps the intent behind the release of this album was as pure as many of the themes romantic balladeer D.C. Anderson sings about. Of the 20 songs on the play list, just four are previously unreleased. The other 16 are from two earlier albums, Anderson's first, Time Was issued in 1993, and Blue Summer Day, a two-CD set issued in 2000. Anderson justifies the regurgitation of this older material on the self-serving grounds that "I love this music and can't bear the thought of it being unavailable." (It should be noted that Blue Summer Day is still available.) But this does not detract from the enjoyment of Anderson's pretty, precious way with songs of contemporary everyday life themes, such as "Is It Peace or Is It Prozac." Most of what Anderson has included in his repertoire consists of short single-chorused vignettes, making a pithy comment and then moving on to the next. With his delicate high-pitched voice, often approaching falsetto, he effortlessly segues from one ballad to the next with longtime accompanist Lem Jay Ignacio providing the bulk of the support. Anderson is a master at this style. ~ Dave Nathan

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