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This World We Live In 2006
1. Drunk on Love (D. Brown, R. Foster)
2. Sweet and Wild (Clementi, R. Foster)
3. The Kindness of Strangers (R. Foster)
4. Big Idea (D. Brown, R. Foster)
5. Half of My Mistakes (R. Foster, Houck)
6. New Zip Code (D. Brown, R. Foster, Matkosky)
7. I Won't Lie to You (D. Brown, R. Foster)
8. Prove Me Right (Delray, R. Foster)
9. Fools That Dream (Clementi, R. Foster)
10. Never Gonna Fly (R. Foster, Ingram)
Charley Drayton - Drums
Radney Foster - Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Bob Glaub - Bass
Rami Jaffe - Organ
Waddy Wachtel - Electric Guitar
Eric Borash - Electric Guitar
Sarah Buxton - Harmony Vocals (2)
Perry Coleman - Background Vocals
Hoot Hester - Fiddle (8)
Craig Krampf - Percussion
Mike McAdam - Slide Guitar (10)
Kim Richey - Harmony Vocals (5, 9)
Adam Shoenfeld - Electric Guitar
Emily West - Harmony Vocals (3, 7)
Jonathan Yudkin - Violin, Cello
Radney Foster - Producer, Engineer
Darrell Brown - Producer, Engineer
Justin Tocket - Engineer
Niko Bolas - Engineer, Mixing
Mike Paragone - Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Erich Gobel - Assistant Engineer
Brian Manifold - Mixing Assistant
Wayne Brezinka - Art Direction, Design
David McClister - Photography
"Sweet and Wild"
"The Kindness of Strangers"
"Half Of My Mistakes"
"Fools That Dream"
...“...After listening to the group of songs Foster had written for the record, they decided to do things a little differently. Instead of hiring the same Nashville studio musicians, they called in some friends: Waddy Wachtel and Charley Drayton (members of Keith Richard's side project, the X-pensive Winos) along with Wallflowers' keyboardist Rami Jaffe and legendary bassist Bob Glaub (Jackson Browne, C.S&Y, Warren Zevon). "Those guys come by the roots-rock feel pretty honest," laughs Foster. "I knew they were great musicians, and I figured if I knew the songs well enough upfront, they could just fall in. I wanted to keep it simple. By going to Los Angeles to record, time and money were naturally limited--but it was a good limitation. Sometimes I think we do too much just because we can. Instead, we went in and cut the tracks in two days."
The arrangements were banged out in the studio, and that live, old-school feeling comes across in the tracks. "We didn't go in with any pre-conceived notions about how each song would sound," says Foster. 'We just did what best serves each song."
Radney Foster Web Site
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