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Lucinda Williams - This Sweet Old World album flac

  • Performer: Lucinda Williams
  • Title: This Sweet Old World
  • Size FLAC ver: 1462 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2017
  • Other formats: TTA DTS AIFF MIDI ADX AUD MPC
  • Genre: World
  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
Lucinda Williams - This Sweet Old World album flac

Авторы текста и музыки.

Album · 1992 · 12 Songs.

Complete your Lucinda Williams collection.

Williams famously battled producers, A&R men, and label executives for control while making the original album, and it was recorded for a label that has since gone out of business, so chances are good she's not getting royalties for it anymore. For whatever reason, 2017's This Sweet Old World finds Williams remaking the songs from her 1992 release, sometimes faithfully and sometimes with fresh arrangements and lyrical revisions. "He Never Got Enough Love" even gets a new chorus and title, "Drivin' Down a Dead End Street. ) From a musical standpoint, This.

Sweet Old World is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams. It was released on August 25, 1992. Sweet Old World was voted the 11th best album of 1992 in The Village Voice's Pazz & Jop, an annual poll of prominent music critics.

This Sweet Old World. This Sweet Old World. 25th ANNIVERSARY 2017 reissue of her wonderful 1992 album 'Sweet Old World', completely re-recorded & expanded with 4 bonus tracks plus new artwork! Includes 'Sidewalks Of The City' & 'Hot Blood' plus a cover of the Nick Drake song 'Which Will'. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).

Lucinda Williams is an artist with the confidence to say what needs to be said, and the power to back it up. On This Sweet Old World, she might be repeating the words, but she's hardly repeating herself.

Artist: Lucinda Williams. Album: This Sweet Old World, 2017. Lucinda Williams quotes. I'm fascinated by the whole concept of snake handling. When you read about the Pentecostal snake handlers, what strikes you the most is their commitment.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Six Blocks Away
2 Prove My Love
3 Something About What Happens When We Talk
4 Memphis Pearl
Written-By – Lorne Rall
5 Sidewalks Of The City
6 Sweet Old World
7 Little Angel, Little Brother
8 Pineola
9 Lines Around Your Eyes
10 Drivin' Down A Dead End Street
Written-By – Betty Elders
11 Hot Blood
12 Which Will
Written-By – Nick Drake
Bonus Tracks
13 Factory Blues
Arranged By – Lucinda WilliamsWritten-By – Traditional
14 What You Don't Know
Written-By – James Russell Lauderdale*, John Leventhal
15 Wild And Blue
Written-By – John Scott Sherrill
16 Dark Side Of Life

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Thirty Tigers
  • Distributed By – Thirty Tigers
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Highway 20 Records
  • Copyright (c) – Highway 20 Records
  • Pressed By – The ADS Group – 18160-CD-0002
  • Recorded At – Dave's Room
  • Mixed At – Dave's Room
  • Mastered At – Magic Garden Mastering
  • Published By – Lucy Jones Music
  • Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
  • Published By – Lump Dog Music
  • Published By – Warlock Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Whistling Pig
  • Published By – BMG Firefly
  • Published By – Mighty Nice Music
  • Published By – Bluewater Music Corp.
  • Published By – Lev-A-Tunes
  • Published By – Downtown Music Publishing
  • Published By – Candy Cane Music
  • Published By – Combine Music Corp.
  • Published By – Sony ATV
  • Distributed By – RED
  • Marketed By – RED

Credits

  • Bass, Backing Vocals – David Sutton
  • Design – Fetzer Design
  • Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Butch Norton
  • Engineer – David Spreng
  • Engineer, Mixed By, Recorded By – David Bianco
  • Guitar – Stuart Mathis
  • Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar – Greg Leisz
  • Mastered By – Brian Lucey
  • Organ – David Bianco
  • Photography By – David McClister
  • Producer – Lucinda Williams
  • Producer, Management – Tom Overby
  • Vocals, Guitar – Lucinda Williams
  • Written-By – Lucinda Williams (tracks: 1 to 11, 16)

Notes

Re-recording of the 1992 album "Sweet Old World", some of the songs have been rearranged and rewritten.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned [UPC]): 752830445611
  • Barcode (Printed [UPC-A]): 7 52830 44561 1
  • Matrix / Runout: 18160-CD-0002 17-253-00-2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV89
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI L823
  • Other: the ADS group
  • Rights Society (Tracks 1 to 9, 11, 15, 16): BMI
  • Rights Society (Track 10): BMI/ASCAP
  • Rights Society (Track 12): PRS
  • Rights Society (Track 14): SESAC/ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
H2005-1 Lucinda Williams This Sweet Old World ‎(LP, Gol + LP, Sil + Album) Highway 20 Records, Thirty Tigers H2005-1 US 2017
H2005-1 Lucinda Williams This Sweet Old World ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Pin) Highway 20 Records, Thirty Tigers H2005-1 US 2017
H2005 Lucinda Williams This Sweet Old World ‎(CDr, Album) Highway 20 Records, Thirty Tigers H2005 UK & Europe 2017
H2005-1 Lucinda Williams This Sweet Old World ‎(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Not On Label H2005-1 USA & Europe 2017



Comments (2)

Alsantrius
Lucinda Williams has been preforming entire albums for more than a few years now, and [laughing] often so unfamiliar with her own material that she must rely on music sheets. That being said, and wondering if this could be a new trend in music, This Sweet Old World is basically a re-recording of her 1992 album Sweet Old World.First, the album is very long, tracking in at seventy-one minutes including the bonus material, and for the most part is composed of rather slow, soaked in tragedy, carnal confessions of depressing songs from another time and place in the life of Lucinda Williams … though there are a couple of bright rockers suitable for a jangling Rickenbacker guitar. The biggest issue is that Lucinda stays true to all of the numbers, freshening them up, but making no attempt to put a new face on the songs, which to my way of thinking might have reinvigorated them, and made the album all that more interesting. That being said, there are several surprise demo versions of songs from the era that have been fleshed out and bring something new to the table; though not much.When Sweet Old World was released in 1992 it was thought that the album would go a long way in establishing Williams as a musical treasure, though with the truth being that Lucinda spiraled out of control on so many levels that she never became the sensation she could have been, yet has always managed to deliver a handful of songs that keep one wondering when she will create her masterpiece.There are those who rejoice in saying things such as “it’s all so familiar,” well of course it is, it’s more than déjà vu, it’s the same ol’ wine in the same ol’ bottle. Yes, I can fully appreciate revisiting a song or two and turning them into something else entirely, but if this ‘is’ a new musical trend, I’m afraid you’re going to be hearing me bang my head against the wall. There was no instrumentation or technology that would have made this album any better in 1992 than it is today, just a voice and stance from twenty-five years ago … though to be honest, isn’t that why we go to concerts, to hear an artist’s yesterday songs today.Review by Jenell Kesler
Jek
Thanks for your honest review of this LP. As I read your review, it did well in how it jogged my 'fan' perspective out of complacency which then had me listening again with more critical thought as opposed to blind allegiance. Having followed Williams' career for at least 25 years, it got me wondering if my subjective self overshadowed my objective and critical ear to such an extent that I was simply overlooking the flaws... A state of denial quite possibly. Glad you took time to write. Thanks for sharing.

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