Iain Matthews Dark Ride
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- by Iain Matthews ~ The Art of Obscurity ~ $15.28
- Released: May 3, 1994
- Originally Released: 1994
- Label: Imports
Q - 12/94, p.1363 Stars - Good - "...the texture of Matthews's songs lingers on long after the underlying sensibility of the songs has wormed its way into the brain..."
Sing Out! - 11-12/94-1/95, p.170"...the best recording he's ever done...Matthews makes his mark as an important songwriter, well worth paying attention to..."
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Personnel: Iain Matthews (vocals, acoustic guitar); Michael Fracasso, Bradley Kopp (acoustic guitar); Robert McEntee (dobro, acoustic & electric slide guitar); Mark Hallman (harmonica, piano, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer, percussion, tabla, guitar, bass, drums, background vocals); Mark Griffiths (bass, fretless bass, mandolin, guitar); Steve Meador, Rafael Gayol (drums); Darcy Matthews (background vocals).
Recorded at Congress House Studio, Austin, Texas from February to April, 1994.
Personnel: Ian Matthews (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar); Iain Hallman (vocals, guitar, electric guitar, tambourine, percussion); Kris McKay, Sara Hickman (vocals); Michael Fracasso, Bradley Kopp (guitar, acoustic guitar); Mark Griffiths (guitar, mandolin, fretless bass); Robert McEntee (acoustic guitar, slide guitar, dobro); Mark Hallman (electric guitar, harmonica, piano, organ, tabla, tambourine, percussion); Steve Meador, Rafael Gayol (drums).
Recording information: Congress House Studio, Austin, TX (02/1994-04/1994).
Unknown Contributor Roles: Kris McKay; Michael Fracasso; Sara Hickman.
Recorded in his adopted home of Austin in the mid-1990s, this set shows that the British folk-rock singer-songwriter Iain Matthews hasn't strayed far from his folk roots in the decades since his first success with Matthews' Southern Comfort in the early '70s. Tracks like the folk-pop "I Drove" and his duet with Sarah Hickman on "Morning Glory" display a finely honed sense of songcraft, while the mostly acoustic backing is understated and sensitive.
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