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Jim Lauderdale - Planet Of Love flac album Performer: Jim Lauderdale
Title: Planet Of Love
Style: Country
Released: 1991
Country: US
MP3 album: 1637 mb
FLAC album: 1958 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: WAV RA TTA AA ASF AUD MP2
Genre: Folk / World music

8. The King Of Broken Hearts. 9. What You Don't Know. Planet Of Love ‎(CD, Album, RE). American Beat Records.

Jim Lauderdale could easily be called a renaissance man. He’s a great singer, great guitar player and there’s no way you could miss his work as a songwriter. Jim Lauderdale is a 2-time Grammy winning Americana icon, a singer-songwriter whose unmistakable silhouette has been a symbol for creative integrity and prolificacy for thirty-one albums over decades of recording. He’s an A-list Nashville songwriter whose songs have ruled the country charts while recording an eclectic catalogue of albums that run the gamut of American roots styles. His prolific streak of releases continues in 2019 with his new album ‘From Another World’. The twelve songs contained within, all written or co-written by Jim, are his antidote to the anger, divisiveness of today’s world, a world full of bad news and folks yelling at each other on CNN.

The album is classic bluegrass, created in the basement of Earl and Louise Scruggs’ home, and featuring twelve previously unreleased tracks. A decades-long friendship between the two musicians resulted from the album’s creation, during which time the master tapes were lost, and found only recently at the bottom of a box by Roland’s wife nearly 40 years later. This is Jim’s first official Yep Roc Records release in over 10 years, and an intimate look into the early beginnings of a now two-time Grammy winner and legendary songwriter

Lauderdale's solo debut, Planet of Love, was produced by Rodney Crowell and John Leventhal and released in 1991. Lost in the Lonesome Pines, a 2002 collaboration with Ralph Stanley, won the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album. The Bluegrass Diaries won the same award in 2008. In 2003, Lauderdale was joined by roots/jam band Donna the Buffalo on the album Wait 'Til Spring. Could We Get Any Closer? was nominated for a Grammy in 2009. In 2013, Lauderdale released Old Time Angels (a bluegrass album) and his first solo acoustic album, Blue Moon Junction, followed by Black Roses,.

The previously unreleased Jim Lauderdale and Roland White album pairs him with one of the members of the Bluegrass Hall of Fame – and has been sitting in the vaults for close to 40 years. Lauderdale sets the time machine back to 1979 to discuss the release. I had just gotten out of college in North Carolina, and I came to Nashville and gave myself a certain amount of time to get things going. I had two goals of people to be around: one was George Jones, which didn't transpire, and Roland White. I was such a big fan of his records. The next record that got released, (1991's) Planet of Love, was sonically and material-wise too out there for its time. There was a fellow at the label that asked me 'I thought you said you were making a country record?' So that record really didn't get the push I felt it deserved, but I'm glad that the label gave me the chance to make it.

Tunes Zone представляет артиста Jim Lauderdale испольнителя песен Lost in the lonesome pines, Why do i love you?, Merle world, Stay out of my arms, The king of broken hearts, Wake up screaming, Always but not right now, I am a poor wayfaring stranger, Planet of love, Where the sidewalk ends, The king of broken hearts, Lucky 13, Twang, I lost my job of loving you, Returning to the living water, Tough all over, Lookin' for a heartache like you, Tough all over, If I Were You, Halfway down, The streets of baltimore, I feel like singing today songs hearted on Forever And For Always, The Sun (. .

Artist: Jim Lauderdale. I've found a new planet that only I can see Just came back to get you let's leave this misery Nothing can reach us so far from harm's way Only sunshine and rainbows every day We've got to get back there hurry up and get your things The countdown has started go ahead try on these wings Don't

Singer/songwriter Jim Lauderdale helped lay out the blueprint for the Americana movement of the '90s, earning high critical marks for an eclectic series of albums that spanned hard country, slick pop, rootsy rock & roll, blues, folk, R&B, and bluegra. 8. I Wasn't Fooling Around. 7. Wake Up Screaming. 0.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Heaven's Flame
Backing Vocals – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal, Shawn ColvinBass – Bob GlaubDrums – Dennis McDermottGuitar, Piano, Bouzouki – John LeventhalWritten-By – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal
A2 Maybe
Backing Vocals – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal, Shawn ColvinGuitar, Bass, Piano, Bouzouki, Keyboards, Drum Programming – John LeventhalWritten-By – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal, Rodney Crowell
A3 Wake Up Screaming
Backing Vocals – Frank Simms, Jeff Young , Marc Cohn, Milt GraysonBass – Tony GarnierDrums – Larrie LondinGuitar, Bass [Tic-tac Bass], Piano, Organ – John LeventhalWritten-By – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal
A4 I Wasn't Fooling Around
Bass – Bob GlaubDrums – Larrie LondinFiddle – Larry CampbellGuitar, Bass [Six String Bass] – John LeventhalHarmony Vocals – Jim LauderdalePiano – Glen D. Hardin*Written-By – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal
A5 Bless Her Heart
Backing Vocals – Catherine Russell, Jim Lauderdale, Shawn ColvinBass – Bob GlaubDrums – Dennis McDermottGuitar – John LeventhalOrgan – Steve GabouryPiano – Glen D. Hardin*Written-By – Jim Lauderdale
B1 Where The Sidewalk Ends
Drums – Dennis McDermottGuitar, Bass – John LeventhalHarmony Vocals – Jim LauderdalePiano – Larry KnechtelWritten-By – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal
B2 Planet Of Love
Bass – Tony GarnierCongas – Roger SquiteroDrums – Dennis McDermottGuitar, Bass [Six String Bass], Piano – John LeventhalOrgan – Steve GabouryWritten-By – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal
B3 The King Of Broken Hearts
Acoustic Guitar – Rodney CrowellBass – Bob GlaubDrums – Dennis McDermottElectric Guitar – John LeventhalHarmony Vocals – Emmylou HarrisPiano – Glen D. Hardin*Steel Guitar – Al PerkinsWritten-By – Jim Lauderdale
B4 What You Don't Know
Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Drum Programming, Percussion – John LeventhalSnare [Muted Snare] – Dennis McDermottWritten-By – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal
B5 My Last Request
Drums – Larrie LondinGuitar, Bass, Bass [Six String Bass], Organ, Mandolin – John LeventhalHarmony Vocals – Rodney CrowellPiano – Larry KnechtelWritten-By – Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
  • Copyright (c) – Reprise Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Reprise Records
  • Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Recorded At – Ted Spencer Recording
  • Recorded At – Sound Emporium
  • Recorded At – Recording Arts
  • Recorded At – Shelter Island Sound
  • Recorded At – Live Wire
  • Mixed At – GroundStar Laboratories

Credits

  • A&R [A&R Direction] – Paige Levy
  • Art Direction – Laura Lipuma-Nash
  • Design – B. Middleworth*
  • Engineer – Bill Halverson, Donivan Cowart, John Guess, Ted Spencer
  • Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Steve Addabbo, Steve Gaboury
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Chris Theis, Keith Odle, Marty Williams
  • Mixed By – Roger Nichols
  • Photography By – Peter Lipuma
  • Producer – John Leventhal, Rodney Crowell

Notes

Includes 8 page front insert with lyrics to all the songs.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7599-26556-4 4

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 26556-2 Jim Lauderdale Planet Of Love ‎(CD, Album) Reprise Records 9 26556-2 US 1991
7599-26556-2 Jim Lauderdale Planet Of Love ‎(CD, Album) Reprise Records 7599-26556-2 Europe 1991
70152 Jim Lauderdale Planet Of Love ‎(CD, Album, RE) American Beat Records 70152 US 2009
7599-26556-4 Jim Lauderdale Planet Of Love ‎(Cass, Album) Reprise Records 7599-26556-4 Europe 1991