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  • Released: October 3, 2000
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts.

Entertainment Reviews:

Rolling Stone - 11/29/90
3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...perfect fall disc. It's hokey, fun, dark, happy and underlined with a sinister feel that makes your blood rush..."
Q - 1/01, p.124
3 out of 5 stars - "...They still sparkled with a professionalism honed by years of touring. ''Hammer & A Nail' was quite the highlight....The Indigo Girls are well worth wallowing in."
Stereo Review (1/91) - Performance "Bracing" / Recording "Excellent" - "...make a joyful noise with modest tools--songs, hands, voices, and a lot of heart. They are open, down to earth, vulnerable, and candidly real..."
Audio Magazine (2/91) - Sound A- / Performance A- "...a collection of passionate songs about relationships, darkness and light, life and how to live it...The Indigo Girls have captured an effective middle ground between folk and pop..."
New York Times (Publisher) - 11/18/90
"...The Atlanta duo gives a post-feminist literacy to its explorations of relationships and emotions..."

Product Description:

Also available in a 3-pack with INDIGO GIRLS and STRANGE FIRE.
Indigo Girls: Amy Ray, Emily Saliers (vocals, guitars).
Additional personnel: Michelle Malone, Gerard McHugh (vocals); Chris McGuire, Cooper Seay, John Jennings (guitar); Craig Edwards (fiddle); Bruce Dukov, Joel Derouin, Robert Becker, Larry Corbett, Suzie Katayama, Armen Garabedian, Michelle Zivahl, Fox, Sid Page, Berj Garabedian, David Campbell, Ilene Novi Novog, Daniel Smith (strings); Bryan Lilie, Jay Dee Daugherty, Michael Lorrant, Scott Bland (drums); The Louies (percussion).
Indigo Girls: Amy Ray, Emily Saliers (vocals, guitar).
Additional personnel includes: Michelle Malone, Gerard McHugh, Mary Chapin Carpenter (vocals); John Jennings (electric & slide guitar); Chris McGuire, Cooper Seay (guitar); Pete Buck (dulcimer); Craig Edwards (fiddle); Jane Scarpantoni (cello); Bruce Dukov, Joel Derouin, Robert Becker, Larry Corbett, Suzie Katayama, Armen Garabedian, Michelle Zivahl, Fox, Sid Page, Berj Garabedian, David Campbell, Ilene Novi Novog, Daniel Smith (strings); Peter Holsapple (accordion, keyboards); Benmont Tench (keyboards); Bryan Lilje, Sara Lee (bass); Jay Dee Daugherty, Michael Lorrant, Scott Bland, Jim Keltner (drums); Paulinho Da Costa, The Louies, Jerry Marotta (percussion).
Producer: Scott Litt.
Reissue producer: Bruce Dickinson.
Engineers: Scott Litt, Jerry Marotta, Vic Anesini.
Includes liner notes by Elizabeth Wurtzel.
Digitally remastered by Scott Hull (Classic Sound Studios, New York, New York).
This is a limited edition packaged in a recycled paper digipak.
Indigo Girls: Amy Ray, Emily Saliers (vocals, guitar).
Additional personnel: Michelle Malone, Gerard McHugh (vocals); Chris McGuire, Cooper Seay, John Jennings (guitar); Craig Edwards (fiddle); Bruce Dukov, Joel Derouin, Robert Becker, Larry Corbett, Suzie Katayama, Armen Garabedian, Michelle Zivahl, Fox, Sid Page, Berj Garabedian, David Campbell, Ilene Novi Novog, Daniel Smith (strings); Bryan Lilie, Jay Dee Daugherty, Michael Lorrant, Scott Bland (drums); The Louies (percussion).
Producer: Scott Litt.
Reissue producer: Bruce Dickinson.
Includes liner notes by Elizabeth Wurtzel.
Digitally remastered by Scott Hull (Classic Sound Studios, New York, New York).
NOMADS INDIANS SAINTS is a fitting follow-up to INDIGO GIRLS. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers bring their talents and stunning musicianship to the fore in a collection with dynamic range and breadth. Scott Litt's polished production outshines that of the Indigo Girls' earlier albums.
Ray and Saliers are known for their musicianship and exceptionally intricate harmonies, and both are in evidence throughout NOMADS INDIANS SAINTS. Standout performances include Saliers' lead guitar work and the Girls' vocal harmonies on "Welcome Me," "World Falls," and "1 2 3." The Saliers-penned "Watershed" continues to explore the philosophical themes of INDIGO GIRLS, but the album's most thought-provoking and extraordinary track is Ray's "Pushing the Needle Too Far." NOMADS INDIANS SAINTS will make you get out your guitar to strum and sing along with friends. Buy the songbook, too.

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  • UPC: 886974946922
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