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Mutiny [Greg Kihn]


  • 1. Blood Red Roses
    2. Mutiny
    3. Sitting on Top of the World
    4. Anniversary of My Broken Heart, The
    5. Joshua Gone Barbados
    6. Anastasia
    7. I Wish It Would Rain
    8. Not Fade Away/Mona
    9. Femme Fatale
    10. Shot in the Dark
    11. Subterranean Homesick Blues
    12. Love of the Land
    13. Been on the Job Too Long
    14. Gwabi
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 714

  • Credits
    ProducerWall Mathews; Greg Kihn; Jack Hewrman; Joel Turtle; Jack Heyrman; Victor Giordano; Wall Matthews
    EngineerRob Beaton; Victor Giordano; Brett Brown

    Personnel: Greg Kihn (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica, tambourine, background vocals); Dallis Craft, Alex Call (vocals, background vocals); Aleta Greene (vocals); Wall Matthews (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, recorder, organ, percussion); Wall Mathews (electric guitar, organ, percussion); Steele McNeill (steel guitar); Dave Giegerich (dobro); Victor Giordano (mandolin, synthesizer, percussion); Amy Kuhlmann (violin); Ken Law (cello); John Shock (accordion); David Stambler (saxophone); Joe Ercole (piano, cymbals, tambourine, programming); Jeff Stabley (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Victor Giordano.
    Photographer: Pat Johnson .
    Arrangers: Terence Boylan; Wall Matthews.
    The last thing one might expect from Greg Kihn is a full-out sea shanty, followed by an album of strong, folky arrangements of familiar and unfamiliar material, but Kihn started out as a coffeehouse kind of folkie, and it's come back to tap him on the shoulder with this terrific album. There's no single locked-down style here, which is a major benefit for all concerned -- it makes possible an arrangement of "Not Fade Away" coupled with Bo Diddley's "Mona" that uses African percussion as the rhythmic foundation, and that's only one of many delights. This is Greg Kihn on a different track, not precisely unplugged but more likely unhampered. ~ Steven McDonald

  • Critic Reviews
    Musician (11/94, p.91) - "...probably the best thing Khin has ever recorded..."
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