Anchored In Love:tribute To June Cart CD (2007)

Artist: Various

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Product Overview


Label Dualtone/ada
SKU 204542617
UPC 803020124226
UPC 14 00803020124226
Format CD
Release Date 6/5/2007
Author Various
Technical Info
Engineer Chuck Turner; Jeff Kersey; David Vaught; Richard Barrow; Rick DePofi; Anthony Ruotolo; Chuck Turner; Trey Call
Producer John Carter Cash; John Carter Cash
CatalogID 01242
Lable Name Dualtone Music
Released 2007
Original Release 2007
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 42m : 20s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00803020124226
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Jack Cooke (vocals, upright bass); Tom Britt, Brad Paisley (guitar); Randy Scruggs (acoustic guitar, slide guitar); Laura Cash (acoustic guitar, fiddle, background vocals); James Alan Shelton, Marty Stuart, Murry Hammond, Norman Blake (acoustic guitar); Jamie Hartford (electric guitar, mandolin); Gary Morse (steel guitar); Leroy Troy, Steve Sparkman (banjo); Larry Perkins (autoharp, upright bass); Ron Wall, Grey DeLisle (autoharp); Ronnie McCoury (mandolin, background vocals); Nathan Stanley, Marvin Etzioni, Nancy Blake, Pat McLaughlin (mandolin); Dewey Brown III, Justin Williamson (fiddle); Mickey Raphael (harmonica); Tony Harrell (accordion, piano, harmonium); David Roe (upright bass, electric bass); Kevin Grant, Mark Winchester, Dennis Crouch (upright bass); Rick Lonow (drums, percussion); Sarah Peasall, Leah Peasall, Hannah Peasall (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Chuck Turner.
Liner Note Author: John Carter Cash.
Recording information: Avatar Studio, New York, NY; Blackbird Studios, Nashville, TN; Camp David, CA; Carter Family Home, Maces Spring, VA; Cash Cabin Studio; Masterfonics Tracking Room, Nashville, TN; New York Noise, New York, NY; Ronnie's Garage, TN; The Castle, Franklin, TN.
Photographer: John Carter Cash.
Because she rarely recorded under her own name, a tribute to the late June Carter Cash by default also stands as a tribute to her genealogy: several of the songs among the dozen here were recorded by June with her late husband, Johnny Cash, or by country music's legendary Carter Family, from which June sprang. In addition, the album was produced by John Carter Cash, the only child of Johnny and June, and there are tracks by Carlene Carter, June's daughter from her first marriage (to Carl Smith), and Rosanne Cash, Johnny Cash's daughter with his first wife. As producer, John Carter Cash largely plays it predictable. There are few surprises and no truly offbeat rearrangements or radical interpretations. Folks who enjoyed the singing of June Carter Cash will likely be quite satisfied with these loving, faithful covers. And they should be, because virtually all of the performances are flawless, honest, and inspired. Two duets lead things off: Sheryl Crow and duet king Willie Nelson give a spirited, if somewhat rote, reading to "If I Were a Carpenter," the Tim Hardin-penned classic, and Carlene Carter and Ronnie Dunn hoot it up on "Jackson," the Nancy Sinatra-Lee Hazlewood hit -- both songs were longtime staples of Johnny and June's shows together. A handful of top-shelf country artists, among them Loretta Lynn (a tender "Wildwood Flower"), Brad Paisley (a straightforward, beautifully sung "Keep on the Sunny Side"), and bluegrass hero Ralph Stanley ("Will the Circle Be Unbroken," what else?), pay their respects with kind treatments, and Emmylou Harris, who certainly learned a thing of two from June, sends it off in style with "Song to John," June's self-explanatory tribute of her own. It wouldn't be a tribute album if Elvis Costello didn't turn up, and though his "Ring of Fire" will never go down as the definitive version of that Johnny Cash signature, Costello brings his usual commitment -- and an autoharp, June's favorite instrument -- to his no-frills version. Two of the more left-field approaches come via Patty Loveless and Kris Kristofferson, who bring a touch of drollness to "Far Side Banks of Jordan," and Billy Joe Shaver, who's exactly the right guy to give a bit of bite to the Carter Family's "Kneeling Drunkard's Plea." You've got to think that both June and Johnny would have loved this homage, whose release coincides with the publication of John Carter Cash's same-titled biography of his mother. ~ Jeff Tamarkin
Professional Reviews
Entertainment Weekly (p.80) - "It all hits home, but non quite like Emmylou Harris' tear-jerking take on the tender 'Song to John.'" -- Grade: B
Uncut (p.117) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The intimate, familial tone of the singers is unmistakable, especially on Emmylou Harris' 'Song To John' and Roseanne Cash's spiritual 'Wings of Angels'..."
Dirty Linen (p.75) - "June's daughter Carlene Carter and country star Ronnie Dunn have good fun with another Johnny and June duet, 'Jackson'..."
No Depression (p.91) - "Acoustic textures predominate, and the performers lean toward Carter Cash's spirit rather than adapting her songs to fit their own sound."
Disc 1
1 If I Were a Carpenter - Willie Nelson/Sheryl Crow
2 Jackson - Ronnie Dunn/Carlene Carter
3 Wildwood Flower - Loretta Lynn
4 Far Side Banks of Jordan - Kris Kristofferson/Patty Loveless
5 Keep On the Sunny Side - Brad Paisley
6 Wings Of Angels - Rosanne Cash
7 Ring Of Fire - Elvis Costello
8 Road To Kaintuck - The Peasall Sisters/Billy Bob Thornton
9 Big Yellow Peaches - Grey DeLisle
10 Kneeling Drunkard's Plea - Billy Joe Shaver
11 Will the Circle Be Unbroken - Ralph Stanley
12 Song To John - Emmylou Harris
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