Easy Tiger Ryan Adams
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- 1Goodnight Rose03:19
- 3Everybody Knows02:27
- 5Oh My God, Whatever, Etc.02:33
- 6Tears Of Gold02:55
- 7The Sun Also Sets04:11
- 8Off Broadway02:33
- 9Pearls On A String02:26
- 10Rip Off03:13
- 11Two Hearts03:03
- 12These Girls02:52
- 13I Taught Myself How To Grow Old03:19
Info for Easy Tiger
Ever since his 2001 breakout, Ryan Adams has been a critical lightning rod and a PR disaster. From infamous onstage fits and a barrage of albums simultaneously prolific and scatterbrained, Adams's relationship with fame was bristly at best. Even the I-was-this-close-to-dying drug confessions that immediately pre-dated the release of this record seemed like a clumsy bid for Keith Richards-style rockitude. Critics and even frustrated fans all seemed to agree: the kid has talent, but he's very annoying. In this milieu, Adams drops „Easy Tiger“—his ninth record of the decade--with a title that suggests that he and everyone else should take a step back and reassess.
'You get deep-twang country rock, fuzzy new-wave pop, a little old-school mountain music, and a handful of acoustic emo-folk ballads.' (Spin)
„Easy Tiger keeps it simple: beguiling melodies, an ace band, and Adams' elastic tenor.“ (Entertainment Weekly)
Ryan Adams, vocals, guitar, piano, banjo, harmonica
Brad Pemberton, drums, percussion, vocals
Jon Graboff, pedal steel, vocals, guitar, mandolin
Neal Casal, guitar, vocals, keyboards
Chris Feinstein, bass, vocals
Jamie Candiloro, piano, keyboards, synths, bass, percussion
Eric Gorfain, violin
Daphne Chen, violin
Leah Katz, viola
Richard Dodd, cello
Richard Worn, vocals
Sheryl Crow, vocals
Catherine Popper, bass, vocals
Cindy Cashdollar, pedal steel, lap steel, dobro
Recorded and mixed at Electric Lady Studios, Greenwich Village, New York, NY
Engineered by Jamie Candiloro, Bill Mims, Charlie Stavish
Produced by Jamie Candiloro
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