Townes Van Zandt At My Window
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- Released: December 1, 1992
- Label: Sugarhill
- 1.Snowin' on Raton
- 2.Blue Wind Blew
- 3.At My Window
- 4.For the Sake of the Song
- 5.Ain't Leavin' Your Love
- 6.Buckskin Stallion Blues
- 7.Little Sundance #2
- 8.Still Lookin' for You
- 9.Gone, Gone Blues
- 10.The Catfish Song
Personnel: Townes Van Zandt (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar); Mickey White (guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar); Mark Howard (guitar, acoustic guitar, steel guitar, gut-string guitar); Jim Rooney (guitar, acoustic guitar); Jack Clements (guitar); Jack Clement (acoustic guitar, dobro); Mark O'Connor (mandolin, violin, fiddle); Donny Silverman (flute, saxophone); Mickey Raphael (harmonica); Joey Miskulin (accordion); Charles Cochran (piano, keyboards); Roy Huskey Jr. (acoustic bass); Kenny Malone (drums, percussion).
Audio Remixer: Richard Adler .
Recording information: Jack Clement's "Cowboy Arms Hotel & Recording Spa", Nas; Jack Clement's Cowboy Arms Hotel; Recording SPA, Nashville, TN.
After successful covers of Van Zandt songs like "If I Needed You" and "Pancho & Lefty" made it impossible for the reclusive songwriter to maintain a low profile, he re-entered the spotlight with a genial flourish via AT MY WINDOW. His first album of new songs in a decade is probably Van Zandt's weakest effort, but that's like defining the least impressive Picasso painting or Hitchcock movie; his worst is miles ahead of most folks' best. Most importantly it contains a couple of stone classics. The simple honky tonk lament "Blue Wind Blew" could have been a great lost Hank Williams cut, and the often-covered "Buckskin Stallion Blues" is the kind of bittersweet lost-love ballad in which Townes excels. Nashville heavies like Mickey Raphael (from Willie Nelson's band), Jack Clement and Mark O'Connor offer solid but never overwhelming support.
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