John Wesley Harding - Why We Fight flac album
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|1||Kill The Messenger
Harmony Vocals – Chris CacavasOrgan, Saxophone – Steve Berlin
Organ – Steve BerlinWritten-By – David Lewis
Cello – John LeftwichKalimba, French Horn, Timpani – Steve BerlinOrgan [Pump], Mandolin – John Wesley Harding
|4||Dead Centre Of Town
Mandolin [Octave] – Greg LeiszTambora, Organ [Lowery Genie] – Steve Berlin
|5||Into The Wind
Marimba – Steve BerlinOrgan [Pump] – Chris CacavasPiano, Bells [Orchestral] – John Wesley Harding
Acoustic Bass – John Wesley HardingFlute, E-bow [Solo] – Steve BerlinSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Greg Leisz
|7||Get Back Down
Steel Guitar [Lap] – Greg LeiszSynthesizer [Mini-korg] – Chris Cacavas
|8||Me Against Me
Harmony Vocals – Chris CacavasSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Greg Leisz
|9||The Original Miss Jesus
Harp [Mexican], Harmonium – Steve BerlinPercussion – John Wesley Harding
|10||Where The Bodies Are
Harmony Vocals – John LeftwichOrgan – John Wesley HardingPiano, Brass [Soft] – Steve Berlin
Flute, Clavinet – Steve BerlinHarmony Vocals – John LeftwichPiano – John Wesley Harding
|12||Come Gather Round
Harmony Vocals – Andy Paley, John Rubin Twelve-string Guitar [Electric] – Greg Leisz
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Greg Leisz
- Arranged By – John Wesley Harding, Steve Berlin
- Bass – John Leftwich
- Drums, Percussion – Ephrain Toro
- Harmony Vocals – John Wesley Harding (tracks: 3, 6, 8 to 10, 12)
- Mandolin – Greg Leisz (tracks: 3, 7, 9)
- Mixed By – Bob Schaper (tracks: 1 to 9, 11, 12)
- Mixed By [Assisted By] – Scott Stillman (tracks: 1 to 9, 11, 12)
- Percussion – Steve Berlin (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 10)
- Producer – Steve Berlin
- Recorded By – Paul DuGre*
- Recorded By [Additional] – Bill Jackson, Michael Webster
- Recorded By [Assisted By] – Danny McGough
- Vocals [Featured] – Scott Mathews (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6 to 8, 11, 12)
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Written-By – John Wesley Harding
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 093624503248
|9 45032-2||John Wesley Harding||Why We Fight (CD, Album)||Sire, Reprise Records||9 45032-2||US||1992|
|9362 45032-2||John Wesley Harding||Why We Fight (CD, Album)||Sire, Reprise Records||9362 45032-2||Germany||1992|
|W2 45032||John Wesley Harding||Why We Fight (CD, Album)||Sire, Reprise Records||W2 45032||US||1992|
|W4 45032, 4-45032||John Wesley Harding||Why We Fight (Cass, Album, Club, SR)||Sire, Sire, Sire, Sire||W4 45032, 4-45032||US||1992|
John Wesley Harding" is a song by Bob Dylan that appears on his 1967 album of the same name. Dylan told Jann Wenner in a 1969 Rolling Stone interview that the song "started out to be a long ballad like maybe one of those old cowboy. you know, a real long ballad. But in the middle of the second verse, I got tired. I had a tune, and I didn't want to waste the tune; it was a nice little melody, so I just wrote a quick third verse, and I recorded that.
Their vocal similarities aside, Harding cuts a different path with his third studio album Why We Fight. Kill The Messenger actually recalls the guitar-keyboard alchemy of another British neo-classicist act, Graham Parker and the Rumour, with equally compelling results. Billed as An Experiment In Folk Noir, Harding never adheres to any strict acoustic line. As a literate singer-songwriter with a healthy knowledge and appreciation for neo-classic rock ‘n’ roll, John Wesley Harding was often compared to Elvis Costello (whose back-up group supported his debut studio album). Their vocal similarities aside, Harding cuts a different path with his third studio album Why We Fight.
Gordon Mills's Most Recent Stories. So, there is this semi-recognizable cat on the front of the album out there in the woods, looking like some friend of Baudelaire, way back in 1844 in Le Vieux Quartier of Paris with a few friends from inside the walls. You might well ask, What’s it all about? The music is again a brilliant electronic adaptation of rural blues and country and western sounds. A swaying harp picks out the title track, John Wesley Harding. A statement is made about the concept of everyday Good and Evil.
Arranged By – John Wesley Harding, Steve Berlin. Bass – John Leftwich. Drums, Percussion – Ephrain Toro. Harmony Vocals – John Wesley Harding (tracks: 3, 6, 8 to 10, 12). Mandolin – Greg Leisz (tracks: 3, 7, 9). Mixed By – Bob Schaper (tracks: 1 to 9, 11, 12). Mixed By – Scott Stillman (tracks: 1 to 9, 11, 12). Percussion – Steve Berlin (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 10). Producer – Steve Berlin. Recorded By – Paul DuGre.
After a recording alliance with producer Andy Paley spawned John Wesley Harding's first two studio albums for Sire, the singer/songwriter had suffered more Elvis Costello comparisons than anyone should have to endure. While such assessments were largely due to the vocal similarities of both Wes and . plus the fact that some of the Attractions had played on 1990's widely acclaimed Here Comes the Groom - a loyal and burgeoning pack of fans found Harding's material to be genuine enough to hang in there. Arguably his strongest album and boasting the perfect balance of folk and attitude, Harding gets down to business under the guidance of Los Lobos Steve Berlin.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/179 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Why We Fight. BPM Profile Why We Fight. Album starts at 172BPM, ends at 138BPM (-34), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by John Wesley Harding.
Album by John Wesley Harding. Me Against Me. The Original Miss Jesus. Where the Bodies Are. Millionaire's Dream. MusicBrainz: Why We Fight.
Arguably his strongest album and boasting the perfect balance of folk and attitude, Harding gets down to business under the guidance of Los Lobos Steve Berlin
Why We Fight albümüne ait şarkıları görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. En çok dinlenen, en popüler şarkıcılar, albümler ve şarkılar muzikdinle. I was arrested for disturbing the peace But, hey, I was disturbing the war I was waving a small white handkerchief Singing "please don't fight no more" And I thought there'd be an army each side But there were just two guys wearing very bad ties So I shouted until my throat went hoarse And they cut out my voicebox of.
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