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Broken Face
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Posted - 06/21/2006 :  21:02:16  Show Profile  Visit Broken Face's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Ok folks, here starts the massive task of trying to pin down as much about these tracks as possible. I've done some of the preliminary work, but this is a team effort.

Let's start by pinning down in which session each track was recorded in. This will help us narrow down who played on each track. Here is my list, which i'm sure is flawed somehow. All songs/persons marked with a question mark is a pure guess on my part. Anyone with info, please step in!


Better Songs and Gardens (Honeycomb Sessions April 2004):
Songs:
Highway to Lowdown
Kiss My Ring
Where TheWind Is Going
Fare Thee Well

Players:
Frank Black - vocals, guitar
Billy Block - drums
Steve Cropper - guitar
David Hood - bass
Ellis Hooks - backing vocals
Buddy Miller - guitar
Spooner Oldham - keyboards
Akil Thompson - drums
Chester Thompson - drums
Jon Tiven - harmonica
Reggie Young - guitar

Recorded by Dan Penn

The Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa (All Night Session, October 7, 2004):
Songs:
If Your Poison Gets You
Fast Man
Wanderlust
Seven Days
End of the Summer
Dog Sleep
When the Paint Grows Darker Still
I’m Not Dead (I’m in Pittsburgh)
Golden Shore
Down to You
Holland Town

Players:
Bob Babbitt - Bass
Bobby Bare, Jr. - Backing Vocals
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar, Ukelele
Billy Block - Drums
Jack Clement - Dobro, Backing Vocals
Steve Cropper - Guitar
Rich Duvall - Backing Vocals
Levon Helm - Drums
Lyle Workman - Guitar
Ellis Hooks - Backing Vocals
Wayne Jackson - Trumpet, Trombone, Fluegelhorn
Mark Jordan - Keyboards
Simon Kirke - Drums, Percussion
Al Kooper - Organ
Ian McLagan - Keyboards
Tom Petersson - Bass
P.F. Sloan - Backing Vocals
Billy Swan - Backing Vocals
Planet Swan - Backing Vocals
Sierra Swan - Backing Vocals
Jon Tiven - Alto Saxophone, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Backing Vocals

All songs arranged by Lyle Workman

Nashville III (October 2005):
Songs:
You Can’t Crucify Yourself
Elijah
Fitzgerald
Dirty Old Town
My Terrible Ways
Johnny Barleycorn
Sad Old World

Players:
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar, Ukelele
Billy Block - Drums
Marty Brown - Bass, Backing Vocals (Duet Vocal on "Dirty Old Town")
Steve Cropper - Guitar
Rich Gilbert - Pedal Steel Guitar
David Hood - Bass
Jack Kidney - Harmonica, Tenor Sax
Buddy Miller - Guitar
Spooner Oldham - Keyboards
Jon Tiven - Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Backing Vocals
Brooks Watson - Backing Vocals
Reggie Young - Guitar


Jon Tiven’s House (September 2005):
Songs:
Raider Man

Players:
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar
Duane Jarvis - Guitar

FBLA (January 2006):
Songs:
In The Time of My Ruin
It’s Just Not Your Moment
The Real El Ray
Don't Cry That Way

Players:
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar
Violet Clark-Thompson - Backing Vocals
Steve Ferrone - Drums
Duane Jarvis - Guitar
Carol Kaye - Bass, Guitar
Jim Keltner - Drums
Dave Philips - Pedal Steel Guitar
P.F. Sloan - Piano

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Now I'm going to start a section for each song, where eventually Tre can just dump all this song info into the Discopedia, but until it is confirmed, we'll keep it here. Also, please post all non-recording info in Tre's DB thread. This is just to get the recording liner notes perfect, not the lyrics or the stories behind the songs.

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CD 1
1. If Your Poison Gets You
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Billy Block - Drums
Levon Helm - Drums
Simon Kirke - Tambourine
Jon Tiven - Alto Saxophone
Frank Black - Vocals

2. Johnny Barleycorn
Recorded October 2005
Frank Black - Vocals
Billy Block - Drums, Backing Vocals
Marty Brown - Backing Vocals
Jack Kidney - Tenor Saxophone
Buddy Miller - Backing Vocals
Spooner Oldham - Backing Vocals
Brooks Watson - Backing Vocals

3. Fast Man
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Frank Black - Vocals
P.F. Sloan - Backing Vocals


4. You Can't Crucify Yourself
Recorded October 2005
Frank Black - Vocals
Billy Block - Drums
Jack Kidney - Harmonica

5. Dirty Old Town
Recorded October 2005
Written by Ewan MacCall
Frank Black - Vocals
Billy Block - Drums
Marty Brown - Vocals, Bass
Buddy Miller - Guitar

6. Wanderlust
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Frank Black - Vocals
Jon Tiven - Slide Guitar

7. Seven Days
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Frank Black - Vocals
Wayne Jackson - Trumpet
Jon Tiven - Alto Sax

8. Raider Man
Recorded September 2005
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar
Duane Jarvis - Guitar

9. The End of the Summer
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Adapted from "Le Sicilienne" by Gabriel Faure
Frank Black - Vocals
Billy Swan - Backing Vocals
Planet Swan - Backing Vocals
Sierra Swan - Backing Vocals

10. Dog Sleep
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Written by Frank Black and Reid Paley
Frank Black - Vocals, Ukelele
Bob Babbitt - Bass
Billy Block - Drums
Levon Helm - Drums
Wayne Jackson - Trombone
Ian McLagan - Keyboards
Tom Petersson - Bass
Lyle Workman - Guitar

11. When The Paint Grows Darker Still
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Frank Black - Vocals

12. I'm Not Dead (I'm In Pittsburgh)
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Written by Frank Black and Reid Paley
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar

13. Golden Shore
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Written by Frank Black and Reid Paley
Frank Black - Vocals
Jack Clement - Dobro, Backing Vocals

CD 2
1. In The Time Of My Ruin
Recorded January 2006
Duane Jarvis - Guitar
P.F. Sloan - Piano
Jim Keltner - Drums
Carol Kaye - Bass
Dave Philips - Pedal Steel Guitar
Frank Black - Vocals


2. Down To You
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Written By Frank Black and Reid Paley
Frank Black - Vocals

3. Highway To Lowdown
Recorded April 2004
Frank Black - Vocals
Anton Fig - Drums

4. Kiss My Ring
Recorded April 2004
Frank Black - Vocals
Spooner Oldham - Keyboards

5. My Terrible Ways
Recorded October 2005
Frank Black - Vocals
Billy Block - Drums
David Hood - Bass
Buddy Miller - Guitar

6. Fitzgerald
Recorded October 2005
Frank Black - Vocals
Billy Block - Drums
Jack Kidney - Harmonica
Spooner Oldham - Keyboards

7. Elijah
Recorded October 2005
Frank Black - Vocals
Billy Block - Drums
Rich Gilbert - Pedal Steel Guitar
David Hood - Bass
Jack Kidney - Harmonica

8. It's Just Not Your Moment
Recorded January 2006
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar
Violet Clark-Thompson - Backing Vocals
Steve Ferrone - Drums
Duane Jarvis - Guitar
Carol Kaye - Bass
Dave Philips - Pedal Steel Guitar
P.F. Sloan - Piano

9. The Real El Rey
Recorded January 2006
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar
Steve Ferrone - Drums
Duane Jarvis - Guitar
Carol Kaye - Bass
Dave Philips - Pedal Steel Guitar
P.F. Sloan - Piano

10. Where The Wind Is Going
Recorded April 2004
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar
Steve Cropper - Guitar
David Hood - Bass
Spooner Oldham - Keyboards
Akil Thompson - Drums
Reggie Young - Guitar

11. Holland Town
Recorded October 7, 2004
Arranged by Lyle Workman
Frank Black - Vocals, Ukelele

12. Sad Old World
Recorded October 2005
Frank Black - Vocals
Billy Block - Drums
Rich Gilbert - Pedal steel guitar
David Hood - Bass
Jack Kidney - Tenor saxophone
Spooner Oldham - Keyboards

13. Don't Cry That Way
Recorded January 2006
Frank Black - Vocals, Guitar
Duane Jarvis - Guitar
Carol Kaye - Bass, Arpeggio Guitar
Jim Keltner - Drums
Dave Philips - Pedal Steel Guitar
P.F. Sloan - Piano

14. Fare Thee Well
Recorded October 2004
Traditional, Arranged by Frank Black
Frank Black - Vocals

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Edited by - Broken Face on 09/07/2006 11:15:22

vilainde
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  00:11:43  Show Profile  Visit vilainde's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Great work, Brian. You should add the instruments next to the musicians' names. What else to add...

* Oct. 2004 session: it's said it took place between the Pixies gig in Nashville and Tampa. Nashville was on Oct. 6th and Tampa on Oct. 8th, so the session was on the 7th.
* Lyle Workman is credited on the guitar, I guess for the Oct '04 session.
* About the LA session it's said "A birthday party for Black in L.A. triggers the last four tracks." Who knows which are these 4 songs though.


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vilainde
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  02:12:28  Show Profile  Visit vilainde's Homepage  Reply with Quote
So I browsed through Tiven's posts. That was long and tedious but I found some tidbits of info:

* Where The Wind Is Going: "was from the last day of the HONEYCOMB sessions with Cropper and Reggie Young on guitars, Spooner on keys, David Hood on bass, and I believe Akil Thompson on drums (although my memory does play tricks on me and it could have been his dad Chester)."

* "'Fare Thee Well' was remixed in Chicago, likewise 'Kiss My Ring' and 'Highway To Lowdown." But not 'Where The Wind', that's the Nashville mix."

Dogsleep: "is from the sessions at Jack's a few months later, and it's Levon Helm and Billy Block on drums, Bob Babbitt and Tom Petersson on basses, Ian McLagan on keys, mostly Lyle on guitar but there could be a little Cropper & Duane Jarvis creeping in, Wayne Jackson on trombone, and Frank Black on vocals and a taste of the ukelele." "That's Lyle playing the guitar solo at the end."

* If Your Poison Gets You: "Drums is actually a combination of Levon Helm and Billy Block, with Simon Kirke on tambourine. And lonely persuader, that's me on alto sax."

* In The Time Of My Ruin: "Duane Jarvis-gtr, P.F. Sloan-piano, Jim Keltner-drums, Carol Kaye-bass, Dave Phillips-pedal steel, Frank Black-vocals."

* "End of last year I convinced P.F. to make a new album, which I produced, which includes several old songs as well as a bunch of new ones. As I was doing it I was at the same time finishing off mixes of FASTMANRAIDERMAN, and corralled P.F. to sing harmonies on "Fast Man," which turned out beautifully."

* LA Session: "So we have Keltner and Ferrone each on two tracks. Kaye, Sloan, Jarvis, and a pedal steel player our artist brought who y'all may be familiar with named Dave Phillips playing on all four."


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NimrodsSon
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  06:36:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This is very helpful, thanks! I wish I could be of some assistance, but I'm afraid I don't know a damn thing about this stuff.


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Cult_Of_Frank
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  07:14:37  Show Profile  Visit Cult_Of_Frank's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Well done, gents!


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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  07:44:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Wow, that's great research! The pics are great, too!

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NimrodsSon
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  12:51:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Perhaps I can be of some assistance, afterall. Since Jack Clement is the only dobro player listed and "Golden Shore" has a dobro in it, that would probably mean Mr. Clement plays the dobro in that song, and probably provides backing vocals as well.


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Broken Face
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  12:56:28  Show Profile  Visit Broken Face's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Excellent point! Thank you...

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Frog in the Sand
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  13:05:24  Show Profile  Visit Frog in the Sand's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Great job guys. So, apparently the 4 songs that were recorded in LA are "In the Time", "It's Just Not", "Sad Old World" and "Don't Cry That Way"?...

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Broken Face
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  13:07:06  Show Profile  Visit Broken Face's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Well, i know for certain that "In the TIme" and "Its Just Not" were. And by tone/deduction, i think the other two are "The Real El Eay" and "Sad Old World." "Don't Cry..." sounds more Nashville to me.

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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  13:16:03  Show Profile  Visit Frog in the Sand's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Oh. Yes. The Real El Rey. You're certainly right.


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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  13:20:38  Show Profile  Visit Cult_Of_Frank's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I'd have to say that Dog Sleep, Johnny Barleycorn, and a lot of disc 1 was in LA, but could be wrong...


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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  13:29:55  Show Profile  Visit Broken Face's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I'm pretty sure its not for two reasons Dean. #1 - the tracklisting for disc 1 was leaked in late January 06, less than a month after the LA recording sessions. I think that turnaround is a bit too quick. #2 - there is clearly Baritone sax and trombone on those two tracks, and Wayne Jackson is only (apparently) playing on the 24 hour marathon session. Ditto for Lyle's guitar solo on "Dog Sleep" - Lyle wasn't present in L.A.

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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  13:37:58  Show Profile  Visit Cult_Of_Frank's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hmm... well put. I think they could turn it around that fast, but the Lyle solo is a good argument.


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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  14:54:34  Show Profile  Visit fbc's Homepage  Reply with Quote
(I've been told) Billy Block, Spooner Oldham, Marty Brown and Brooks Waton (house engineer) sang back up for Johnny Barleycorn's chorus, at The Cowboy Arms Hotel.
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Posted - 06/22/2006 :  19:36:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
thank you everyone for this thread and all the other awesome stuff you put together. this is great, the photos are great. thanks one and all!!!!!!!
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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  04:15:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I can confirm the 4 LA tracks are Don't Cry, Moment, ruin, and El Ray.

I only play alto sax on "If Your Poison," by the way.

Glad y'all are diggin it. Thanks.

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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  04:38:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yeah, fascinating info, great to see people working together on this.
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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  04:46:10  Show Profile  Visit Frog in the Sand's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thanks Jon. I like your production, especially on the October '04 and '05 sessions. Imho it's livelier and less ethereal than on HC.

Brian, looks like we were both right (or wrong) :)

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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  04:54:05  Show Profile  Visit Frog in the Sand's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Btw, I wonder when / where "Sad Old World" was recorded?...

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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  05:58:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You guys are ambitious, but your efforts are appreciated.
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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  08:20:39  Show Profile  Visit fbc's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Jon, is there any chance you can name Barleycorn's backing singers, please (for the love of this thread and my curiosity)?
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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  10:15:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Is the second bass in "Dog Sleep" that enters on the line "gettin' that dog sleep..." a contrabass or an electric bass? It's got that really thick sound that makes me think it's a contrabass.


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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  16:08:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for putting this together. Did I read in another thread the lyrics and meanings of the songs?? if so, where is it?? thanks.
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Posted - 06/23/2006 :  19:24:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
All the bass is electric, Dogsleep has two bassists, Bob Babbitt and Tom Petersson.
Backgrounds on Johnny B are Marty Brown, Billy Block, and I think Buddy Miller's in there as well.
I forgot that I'm playing alto on "Seven Days" as well as the section with Wayne Jackson.
"Sad Old World" was cut Oct 05 with Reggie, Cropp & Buddy et al.

I will consult with Big Boss Man and see if he'd object to me putting my semi-complete credits up.
Keep up the good work, lads and lassies.
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Posted - 06/24/2006 :  03:33:21  Show Profile  Visit fbc's Homepage  Reply with Quote
(Thanks for the reply, JT. I hope you can fill in more of the blanks)
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Posted - 06/24/2006 :  08:55:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Mr. Tiven, thanks for clearing that up. Another question about "Dog Sleep": apparently, according to the above credits, there are two drum sets on that one. It sounds to my ears like it might be one drummer on the left and the other one on the right. Is that correct? If so, which drummer is which?


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Posted - 06/24/2006 :  09:05:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Nevermind, I've concluded that theory is likely incorrect.


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Posted - 06/27/2006 :  06:08:33  Show Profile  Visit vilainde's Homepage  Reply with Quote
We're a bit stuck here. Just 2-3 thoughts I had:
* Dave Philips plays pedal steel on all 4 songs from the LA Session.
* It's Just Not Your Moment has female background vocals, that can only be Mrs Thompson-Clark.
* What does a mandoguitar sound like? And a ukulele? There's a strange sounding instrument on Holland Town, not sure it's an actual guitar.
* Also, I hear more than 2 guitars on Raider Man. Was there anyone else playing besides Frank and Duane, or did they do overdubs?


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Posted - 06/27/2006 :  08:00:21  Show Profile  Visit Broken Face's Homepage  Reply with Quote
A mandoguitar sounds like a combo between (shock shock) a mandolin and a guitar - i don't hear one in the mix, but i also haven't really focused on it yet. I think there must have been overdubs on "Raiderman" and good call on the Violet and Dave Philips thing. Also, listening to "The End of the Summer" i've discovered i'm pretty sure that is where the Swan family is singing. I'll add all this in soon.

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Posted - 07/28/2006 :  17:41:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Major bumb! Shouldn't this be stickied?!


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Posted - 07/28/2006 :  19:32:25  Show Profile  Visit Broken Face's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Done and done!

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Posted - 07/29/2006 :  10:59:26  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Commendations for this Broken. For weeks I've had the printed version of this topmost on a clipboard which has made many trips back and forth from my sound system to my PC. Very valuable. Thank you.

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Posted - 07/30/2006 :  08:45:03  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yeah, listening to the album I was going 'Who's playing on what?' Thanks again, BF.


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Incredible! Thank you for doing all that work!

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Posted - 08/28/2006 :  06:12:36  Show Profile  Visit Broken Face's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I just cleaned up a few things - i'm hoping that perhaps now that we've all had longer to absorb the album we could get this back up and moving.

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