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These Times We're Living In
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Album: These Times We're Living In: A Red House Anthology
# Song Title   Time
1)    'Cept You and Me Babe - Greg Brown
2)    October Light - Robin & Linda Williams
3)    Arlington - The Wailin' Jennys
4)    Horn Island - Martin Simpson
5)    Coast - Eliza Gilkyson
6)    River Road - Jimmy LaFave
7)    Riverside - John Gorka
8)    Who Cares - Maggie Roche/Suzzy Roche/Suzzy & Maggie Roche
9)    Sharks Don't Sleep - Dave Moore
10)    Oxford Town - Ray Bonneville
11)    Land of the Living - Lucy Kaplansky
12)    Hymn: Page 9/11 - Peter Ostroushko
13)    Ghosts of the Good Old Days - John McCutcheon
14)    Philosopher's Song, The - Bill Staines
15)    Fourth of July - David Francey
16)    We All Need More Kindness in This World - Guy Davis
 
Album: These Times We're Living In: A Red House Anthology
# Song Title   Time
1)    'Cept You and Me Babe - Greg Brown
2)    October Light - Robin & Linda Williams
3)    Arlington - The Wailin' Jennys
4)    Horn Island - Martin Simpson
5)    Coast - Eliza Gilkyson
6)    River Road - Jimmy LaFave
7)    Riverside - John Gorka
8)    Who Cares - Maggie Roche/Suzzy Roche/Suzzy & Maggie Roche
9)    Sharks Don't Sleep - Dave Moore
10)    Oxford Town - Ray Bonneville
11)    Land of the Living - Lucy Kaplansky
12)    Hymn: Page 9/11 - Peter Ostroushko
13)    Ghosts of the Good Old Days - John McCutcheon
14)    Philosopher's Song, The - Bill Staines
15)    Fourth of July - David Francey
16)    We All Need More Kindness in This World - Guy Davis
 
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  • Personnel: Ray Bonneville (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, harmonica); Guy Davis (vocals, guitar, harmonica, background vocals); Bill Staines (vocals, guitar, keyboards); John McCutcheon (vocals, guitar); Jimmy LaFave (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Suzzy Roche (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano); Dave Moore, Eliza Gilkyson, Greg Brown, John Gorka, Linda Williams, Lucy Kaplansky, Nicky Mehta (vocals, acoustic guitar); Maggie Roche, David Francey (vocals); Greg Liesa, Kevin Welch, Kieran Kane (guitar); Robin Williams , Cara Luft (acoustic guitar); Martin Simpson (electric guitar, lap steel guitar, ukulele, hi-hat); Duke Levine, Jon Herington, Stewart Lerman, Bo Ramsey (electric guitar); Mike Auldridge (dobro); Tim O'Brien, Warren Hood (mandolin, fiddle); Jimmy Gaureau, Fats Kaplin, Peter Ostroushko (mandolin); Richard Moody (viola); Diane Tremaine (cello); Mark Hallman, T-Bone Wolk (accordion); David Travors Smith (trumpet); Radoslav Lorkovic (piano, organ); David Zollo, Larry Luddecke, Richard Dworsky (piano); Jeff Victor (keyboards); David Jacques, Will Landin, Andrew Downing (acoustic bass); Mark Murphy (upright bass); Kevin McNoldy (electric bass); Rick Kemp (fretless bass, percussion); Mark Mariash, Steve Hayes (drums, percussion); Wally Doggett (drums); Zoe B Zack, Dave Helper (background vocals).
  • Audio Remasterer: Chris Frymire.
  • Liner Note Author: Bob Feldman.
  • Photographers: Beth Girdler; Andrea Turner; Pete Roffers; Susan Valyi; Mary Burton; Larry Marcus; Ann Marsden; James E. Hinton; Jon Schledewitz; Woods Pierce; Irene Young; Sandy L. Dyas; C. Taylor Crothers; Tom Howard.
  • Unknown Contributor Role: Stewart Lerman.
  • Fiercely independent contemporary folk label Red House presents These Times We're Living In, a 16-track collection of roots music, bluegrass and singer/songwriter observations on living amidst the ebb and flow of our tumultuous 21st century, with an emphasis on the changes brought about by the attacks on September 11, 2001. For the most part it's a somber affair, with John Gorka's sparse "Riverside," Lucy Kaplansky's poignant "Land of the Living" and the Wailin' Jennys powerful "Arlington" rising to the top of the heap, but it's balanced by light-hearted offerings from Suzzy & Maggie Roche ("Who Cares") and Guy Davis, whose jamboree style "We All Need More Kindness in This World" ends the anthology on a positive note. Add to that mix two stellar instrumentals from Martin Simpson ("Horn Island") and Peter Ostroushko ("Hymn: Page 9/11") and you've got yourself a solid little package of introspective acoustic nuggets for an overcast Sunday afternoon. ~ James Christopher Monger
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