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Painting of a Painting


  • 1. Cyanide and Cinnamon
    2. Satellite
    3. Better from Mars
    4. Pictures They Took
    5. Among All of God's Creatures
    6. Painting of a Painting
    7. Seraphim Smile
    8. Undertow
    9. Footsteps
    10. Apology
    11. Precious
    12. Grace
    13. I Guess
    14. [Untitled Track] - (Hidden Track)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 5454

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel: Rachael Sage (vocals, guitar, piano, Wurlitzer piano); Jo Davidson (guitar, organ, background vocals); Bruce Watson, Ben Butler, Tim Pierce, Jack Petruzelli (guitar); Carol Sharar (violin); Stephanie Winters (cello); Kyra Bernstein (flute); Rob Curto (melodica, accordion, organ); Jim Roberts (Hammond B-3 organ); John Pierce, David Piltch, Conrad Korsch, Mike Viscegelia (bass); Denny Fongheiser, Rich Pagano (drums, percussion); David Rosenberg (drums); Joe Bonadio (percussion); Jenny Bruce, Audrey Martells, Andy Zulla (background vocals).
    Producers: Rachael Sage, Andy Zulla, Denny Fongheiser, Jo Davidson, Bill Fuller.
    Engineers include: Andy Zulla, John Paterno, Chris Furhman.
    Recording information: American Studios, CA; Carriage House, CT; Casa Denny Studios, CA; New Calcutta Studios, NYC . Richt Track, New York, NY; Sound Decision, New York, NY.
    Photographer: Tom Moore.
    After a few tracks into Painting of a Painting, it's clear that Rachael Sage is a product of every great contemporary female singer/songwriter. She can hit the high notes as well as Dido or Paula Cole, achieve angst like Alanis Morissette, and bring up social issues that Ani DiFranco (whom she's toured with) would admire. Sage takes cues from her male counterparts as well, dedicating her third record to the late Jeff Buckley. An all-star group of session musicians add drama to the New Yorker's already passionate grace, making tracks like "Among All of God's Creatures" and "Undertow" sound like the accompaniment to America's countryside. Lyrics from the classic hit "Ooh Child" officially close the album, only to run into a solemn hidden track. In addition to these fine musings, Sage runs her own label, paints, and designs clothing, showing that there's nothing this talented woman can't do. ~ Kenyon Hopkin

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