Essential John Stewart503 CD (2003)

Artist: John Stewart

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Label Koch Entertainment Dist
SKU 63902947
UPC 612657017128
UPC 14 00612657017128
Format CD
Release Date 7/22/2003
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Author John Stewart
Compilation Appearance Songs Of Pete Seeger
Associated Artist/Work Nilsson
Associated Artist/Work Nilsson, Harry
Technical Info
CatalogID RVCD 171
Lable Name Raven
Released 07/22/2003
Original Release 2003
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 78m : 0s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00612657017128
Musical Guests
Stevie Nicks
Lindsey Buckingham
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel includes: John Stewart (vocals, guitar); Buffy Ford (vocals); Stevie Nicks, Lindsay Buckingham (background vocals); The Kingston Trio
Producers include: Voyle Gilmore, Nik Venet, Peter Asher, Michael Stewart,
Fred Carter Jr.
Compilation producers: Glenn A. Baker, Peter Shillito.
REcorded between 1964 & 1979. Includes liner notes by Glenn A. Baker.
If ever there was an enigma in American music, John Stewart is it. How many people can claim to have been the last member of the Kingston Trio and become its frontman, to have been the official musician for the Robert Kennedy campaign, to write hits for the Monkees and Fleetwood Mac, to be admired by Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Kinky Friedman, Emmylou Harris, and the entire L.A. Jackson Eagles studio mafia? Just one: John Stewart, who continued to still kick them out, record after record, albeit on smaller labels than Capitol or A&M. While there are plenty of reasons to seek out Stewart's Kingston Trio material, this anthology on Raven doesn't do so, partially because that material is so well documented elsewhere and in part because as a solo artist Stewart was his own enigma. Like the Byrds, the Mamas & the Papas, the Grateful Dead, the Eagles, Jackson Browne, Warren Zevon, Jefferson Airplane, the Beach Boys, and Buffalo Springfield, Stewart embodied a particular tract of California's musical terrain and its mystique. In Stewart's music, like "California Bloodlines," "Razorback Woman," "Some Lonesome Picker," "Willard," and other songs, his folk met country and the expanding textures of pop; his stories entered the listener without force but left their mark nonetheless. "Daydream Believer" is Stewart's voice in a real folk song, kissed by the brightness of pop and graced with California's sunshine. From "Anna on a Memory" to "Chilly Winds," Stewart seemed unaffected by the changing times. He was still looking under the surface for the places in memory and in emotions that make listeners experience things in common. Most of the material here is from the late '60s and early to mid-'70s, but as late as Fire in the Wind, Stewart may have been using updated production techniques but was still writing paeans to truckers. Only on the material from Bombs Away Dream Babies with its smash "Gold" and "Midnight Wind" do the sounds embrace the modern day -- yet even here the lyrics don't. With Fleetwood Mac kicking behind him (and turning his questions into the very things he was begging the answers to), Stewart is still looking at society with bemusement and a wonder that expresses disillusionment at why others don't notice the glory and the grace in people who work in gas stations. Raven has done a fantastic job of revealing how large the myth of Stewart is and how great his enigma remains with this 24-track anthology. For the curious, dubious, and faithful, this is a fine way to spend your hard-earned money. ~ Thom Jurek
Disc 1
1 Song For a Friend
2 Signals to Ludi
3 California Bloodlines
4 Razor Back Woman
5 Some Lonesome Picker
6 Mother Country
7 Willard
8 Clack Clack
9 Earth Rider
10 Daydream Believer
11 Little Road And A Stone To Roll
12 Kansas Rain
13 All Time Woman
14 Anna On A Memory
15 Armstrong
16 Chilly Winds
17 Road Away
18 Wheatfield Lady
19 July You're A Woman
20 You Can't Look Back
21 Let The Big Horse Run
22 18 Wheels
23 Gold
24 Midnight Wind
Product Attributes
Artist Stewart,John
Label Raven Records
Music Format Compact Disc

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