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Milk of the Moon
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Lull It By
Little Excited, A
Let Me Be Your Gigolo
Smell of Coffee
Milk of the Moon
Ashamed of Our Love
Moon Is Nearly Full, The
Never So Far
- Personnel: Greg Brown (vocals, acoustic & baritone guitar); Pete Heitzman (electric, slide & baritone guitar); Karen Savoca (Clavinet, percussion, background vocals); Tom “T-Bone” Wolk (accordion, organ, upright & electric bass); Jimmy Johns (drums).
- Producers: Greg Brown, Pete Heitzman, Karen Savoca.
- Recorded at Alcove Sound, Oneida, New York.
- Personnel: Greg Brown (vocals, acoustic guitar, baritone guitar); Pete Heitzman (electric guitar, slide guitar, baritone guitar); T-Bone Wolk (accordion, organ, upright bass, electric bass); Karen Savoca (Clavinet, percussion, background vocals); Jimmy Johns (drums).
- Audio Mixer: Pete Heitzman.
- Recording information: Alcove Sound, Oneida, NY; Petting Zoo Studio, Iowa City, IA.
- Photographer: Pieta Brown.
- Singer-songwriter Greg Brown has made a cottage industry for himself in the folk world by doing it his way. His quirky, deeper-than-deep voice, homespun poetic narratives, and decidedly uncommercial bent have found their way into the hearts of many via the label he and cohort Bob Feldman started specifically to promote his music, and which has incidentally become a viable home for many other artists over the years. That independent spirit is all over MILK OF THE MOON, where Brown refuses to fall into genre traps. If a song resembles a traditional blues too closely, he’ll distort his voice till it sounds like he’s singing from Tom Waits’s bathroom. If a pastoral sonic landscape is in danger of becoming too precious he’ll slather it with some stinging, distorted guitar.
- Despite such twists, Brown’s strength has always been simplicity, and he adheres admirably to that principle here. Part of the reason MILK OF THE MOON doesn’t aspire to the junkyard orchestra heights of SLANT 6 MIND may be that Brown’s guitarist/producer Bo Ramsey isn’t on board. But it’s just as likely that Brown just knew the best way to get these uncomplicated-but-trenchant tales of post-postmodern American life across was to present them with plenty of soul and a minimum of fuss.
Format: CD (1 Disc); Stereo
Release Date: 11 March, 2002
Label: Red House Records