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The Dark Ride/God Looked Down

  • 1. I Drove
    2. Girl with the Clouds in Her Eyes
    3. Ballad of Gruene Hall
    4. Tigers Will Survive, Pt. 2 (Darcy's Song)
    5. Breath of Life, The
    6. Save Her Love
    7. For Better or Worse
    8. Davey's Stung
    9. Morning Glory
    10. In London
    11. This Is It
    12. Rooted to the Spot
    13. Dark Ride, The
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Beat I Walk, The
    2. God Looked Down
    3. Southern Wind
    4. You'll Know Lightening
    5. Alone Again Blues
    6. This Train
    7. Power of Blue
    8. Eye of the Needle
    9. King of the Hill
    10. Trigger Man
    11. So Many Eyes
    12. If It's Not One Thing It's Another
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 733

  • Credits
    ProducerMark Hallman
    EngineerMark Hallman

    Personnel: Ian Matthews (vocals, acoustic guitar); Kris McKay, Sara Hickman (vocals); Mark Hallman (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica, piano, Wurlitzer organ, tabla, tambourine, percussion); Mark Campbell Griffiths (guitar, mandolin, fretless bass); Bradley Kopp (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Michael Fracasso (acoustic guitar); David Grissom (electric guitar); Robert McEntee (slide guitar, dobro); Gene Elders (violin); Michael Ramos (keyboards); Chris Searles (drums, percussion); Steve Meador, Rafael Gayol (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Mark Hallman.
    Audio Remasterer: Andrew Thompson .
    Liner Note Author: John Tobler.
    Recording information: Congress House Studio, Austin, TX (02/1994-06/1996).
    Authors: Yogi Berra; Ian Matthews.
    Photographers: Ian Matthews; Wyatt McSpadden.
    Despite a lack of commercial success since his days with Matthews' Southern Comfort in the early 1970s, the British folk-rock singer-songwriter Iain Matthews has maintained an almost continuous recording career. This twofer highlights a couple of his 1990s releases, both recorded in Austin. Each shows that he remains close to his folk roots, using a mostly acoustic sound palette on autobiographical songs like "You'll Know Lightening" and "In London."

  • Critic Reviews
    Dirty Linen (pp.68-69) - "Dark in tone, these two albums include some of Matthews' most personal and evocative writing."
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