CD Dinosaurs Run in Circles (CD 4648284), Audio Other
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Dinosaurs Run in Circles

  • 1. Early In The Morning
    2. Coleslaw
    3. Easy Street
    4. Gypsy, The
    5. Save The Bones For Henry Jones (Cause He Don't Eat No Meat)
    6. Who Threw The Whisky In The Well
    7. It's The Talk Of The Town
    8. Chicken Ain't Nothing But A Bird, A
    9. Hard Times (No One Knows Better Than I)
    10. When You Wish Upon A Star
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): DOT 0222

  • Credits
    EngineerKevin Houston

    Personnel: Jim Dickinson (vocals, piano); Sam Shoup (bass instrument); Tom Lonardo (drums); Tate County Singers (background vocals).
    Jim Dickinson may be best known as a producer and session pianist, having worked with everyone from the Rolling Stones to the Replacements, but he's got a batch of albums under his own name that display his gifts as an interpreter of blues, R&B, and more. Dickinson tackles a mix of blues and jazz standards here, bringing his raw, gritty, distinctly Southern style to everything from "When You Wish Upon a Star" to the blues evergreen "Early in the Morning." He works in a stripped-down piano-trio format, with only understated bass and drums accompanying his rolling piano licks and whiskey-soaked vocals on his romp through American musical history.

  • Critic Reviews
    Living Blues (p.51) - "Dickinson's whispery, emery-board vocals are at once unselfconscious and masterfully crafted to inhabit the atmosphere his songs evoke."
    Billboard (p.30) - "The Jordan number, 'Early in the Morning,' sets the tone, Dickinson unfurling lazy-hazy rolls of boogie-woogie piano and warbling in a charmingly offhand rasp."
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