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Revered as one of the originators of swamp rock, Tony Joe White has recast a number of his classic songs on Deep Cuts, proving that time has no jurisdiction over funky. His signature groove, starting from his 1969 hit "Polk Salad Annie," is what he uses to paint a vivid picture of the world he experienced growing up, where poverty provided unity between otherwise divided races and bad-news women were sometimes too good to pass up. Tony Joe cut the tracks with his son Jody providing a rich palette of beats and loops, utilizing both digital and live drums, strings, organs, and the unmistakable timbre of his guitar. White's time-worn baritone is positively haunting, like a restless spirit conjured by the funk that was always the core of his music. As a collective work, Deep Cuts portrays the complications of living on the cusp of impending danger, be it an encounter with a brutal country sheriff or a poisonous snake through the eyes of a master songwriter who has seen and lived all of it. Deep Cuts not only updates a cache of classic songs for a contemporary audience, it reframes them, revisiting his timeless imagery in a new, modern context. With Deep Cuts,Tony Joe reveals that there is still plenty to be gleaned from his irresistible, timeless groove.
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The Crossing is the first studio album released by Scottish band Big Country. In 2002, Mercury released a remastered and expanded version of The Crossing which included the US-only Wonderland EP and a single version of "Chance."
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All songs written by Stuart Adamson, Mark Brzezicki, Tony Butler, Bruce Watson except as indicated.
  1. "In a Big Country" – 4:44
  2. "Inwards" – 4:36
  3. "Chance" – 4:26
  4. "1000 Stars" – 3:50
  5. "The Storm" – 6:19
  6. "Harvest Home" – 4:19
  7. "Lost Patrol" – 4:52
  8. "Close Action" – 4:15
  9. "Fields of Fire (400 Miles)" – 3:31
  10. "Porrohman" – 7:52
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  1. "Wonderland" – 3:58
  2. "All Fall Together (Jimmy Iovine Remix)" – 5:16
  3. "Angle Park (Adamson, Watson) – 4:08
  4. "The Crossing" – 7:10
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  1. "Chance" (Re-Recorded single version) – 4:37
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Old 09-22-2009, 03:58 PM
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The Crossing is the first studio album released by Scottish band Big Country. In 2002, Mercury released a remastered and expanded version of The Crossing which included the US-only Wonderland EP and a single version of "Chance."
Contents

[hide]
[edit] Track listing

All songs written by Stuart Adamson, Mark Brzezicki, Tony Butler, Bruce Watson except as indicated.
  1. "In a Big Country" – 4:44
  2. "Inwards" – 4:36
  3. "Chance" – 4:26
  4. "1000 Stars" – 3:50
  5. "The Storm" – 6:19
  6. "Harvest Home" – 4:19
  7. "Lost Patrol" – 4:52
  8. "Close Action" – 4:15
  9. "Fields of Fire (400 Miles)" – 3:31
  10. "Porrohman" – 7:52
[edit] Bonus Tracks (2002 Reissue)

[edit] Wonderland EP (US only)


Wonderland EP cover


  1. "Wonderland" – 3:58
  2. "All Fall Together (Jimmy Iovine Remix)" – 5:16
  3. "Angle Park (Adamson, Watson) – 4:08
  4. "The Crossing" – 7:10
[edit] Additional bonus track

  1. "Chance" (Re-Recorded single version) – 4:37
[edit] Personnel

This is a great cd, i just loaded some of their songs on my player
This band should have been big, i think at the time this came out in the 80's they were just as good as U2
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Old 09-22-2009, 06:40 PM
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Reviewby Mark DemingJohn Cale had the strongest avant-garde credentials of anyone in the Velvet Underground, but he was also the Velvet whose solo career was the least strongly defined by his work with the band, and his first solo album, Vintage Violence, certainly bears this out. While the banshee howls of Cale's viola and the percussive stab of his keyboard parts were his signature sounds on The Velvet Underground and Nico and White Light/White Heat, Cale's first solo album, 1970's Vintage Violence, was a startlingly user-friendly piece of mature, intelligent pop whose great failing may have been being a shade too sophisticated for radio. Cale's work with the Velvets was purposefully rough and aurally challenging, but Vintage Violence is buffed to a smooth, satin finish, with Cale and his group sounding witty on tunes like "Adelaide" and "Cleo," pensive on "Amsterdam," and lushly orchestrated on "Big White Cloud." (Cale also gets a lot of production value out of his backing group, credited as "Penguin" but actually members of Garland Jeffreys' band, Grinder's Switch.) And anyone expecting the fevered psychosis that Cale let loose on later albums like Fear and Sabotage/Live is in for a surprise; Cale has rarely sounded this well-adjusted on record, though his lyrical voice is usually a bit too cryptic to stand up to a literal interpretation of his words. If Cale wanted to clear out a separate and distinct path for his solo career, he certainly did that with Vintage Violence, though it turned out to be only one of many roads he would follow in the future. [The 2001 CD reissue adds two bonus tracks: a previously unreleased alternate version of "Fairweather Friend," and the previously unreleased "Wall."]
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1 Hello There Cale 2:48 2 Gideon's Bible Cale 3:22 3 Adelaide Cale 2:18 4 Big White Cloud Cale 3:31 5 Cleo Cale 2:35 6 Please Cale 4:19 7 Charlemagne Cale 5:03 8 Bring It on Up Cale 2:24 9 Amsterdam Cale 3:14 10 Ghost Story Cale 3:48 11 Fairweather Friend Jeffreys 2:32 indicates
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2001 CD Columbia/Legacy 65935 1991 CD Columbia 1037 1970 LP Columbia CS-1037 1995 CD Sony 477356 1995 CD Edsel 230 1999 LP Edsel 230 2002 LP Columbia 1037 2008 CD Sbme Special MKTS. 724295 2009 LP Hi Horse 1037
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Old 09-24-2009, 07:47 AM
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Dreamnine, instead of that unsightly copy/paste mess you could simply link to Allmusic, Wikipedia, or whatever. It would look more appealing.

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The Żywiołak project is the non-accidental effect of a meeting of two friends of music styles defined as heavyfolk, biometal, folkmetal, or hardfolk…
In their home-bands, both have gone through fascination of Slavic and Celtic music as well as widely defined rock`n`roll.

Robert Jaworski - the founder of Turek-Łódź based band ‘ich troLe’ - which has shaken the Polish folk scene within just a year since it`s foundation. He is fascinated with medieval music,old instruments, good rock n’roll and folk art. He tried, not very effectively to enliven his ideas for interpretation of Slavic music by playing in ‘Warsaw Village Band’. Later, in his own band ‘ich troLe’, he managed to record his first Slavic composition called: ‘Pochwist’.
Early breakdown of the band disable him from realisation of more musical ideas.
Some day his music trail leads him to akin soul - Robert Wasilewski.

Robert Wasilewski - regular guitar-player of the legendary folk band ‘Open Folk’.
One of the last active folk musicians in Poland, who grew up listening to bands such as Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd or Black Sabbath and who draws inspirations from them. For a long time he planned to record his ideas of interpretation of ‘folk demonology’ Slavic music.
Some of these compositions were already performed by ‘Open Folk’ the other soon will be played by Żywiołak.
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