Café Blue UN-mastered

~ Release by Patricia Barber (see all versions of this release, 7 available)

Tracklist

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Hybrid SACD (CD layer) 1
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1What a Shame
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
What a Shame (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Patricia Barber
5:25
2Mourning Grace
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Mourning Grace (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist:
Maya Angelou
composer:
Patricia Barber
6:58
3The Thrill Is Gone
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
The Thrill Is Gone (Henderson/Brown song, first performed in 1931) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist:
Lew Brown
composer:
Ray Henderson
publisher:
DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. and Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin)
4:39
4Romanesque
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Romanesque (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
is based on:
Vatican ed. XVI
4:34
5Yellow Car III
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Yellow Car III (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Patricia Barber
5:09
6Wood Is a Pleasant Thing to Think About
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Wood Is a Pleasant Thing to Think About (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Patricia Barber
1:01
7Inch Worm
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
Inchworm (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Frank Loesser
5:10
8Ode to Billy Joe
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
Ode to Billie Joe (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Bobbie Gentry
publisher:
Larry Shayne Music, Inc.
5:23
9Too Rich for My Blood
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Too Rich for My Blood (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Patricia Barber
8:09
10A Taste of Honey
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
A Taste of Honey (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist:
Ric Marlow (in 1960)
composer:
Bobby Scott (vocals, piano, US musician & producer) (in 1960)
publisher:
Ambassador Music Ltd. and Songfest Music Corp.
4:32
11Nardis
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
Nardis (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
composer:
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter)
publisher:
Jazz Horn Music, Jazz Horn Music Corporation, Musical Frontiers and Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Ltd.
9:01
12Manha de Carnaval
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
Manhã de Carnaval (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist:
Antônio Maria
composer:
Luiz Bonfá
3:23
Hybrid SACD (SACD layer, 2 channels) 2
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1What a Shame
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
What a Shame (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Patricia Barber
5:25
2Mourning Grace
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Mourning Grace (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist:
Maya Angelou
composer:
Patricia Barber
6:58
3The Thrill Is Gone
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
The Thrill Is Gone (Henderson/Brown song, first performed in 1931) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist:
Lew Brown
composer:
Ray Henderson
publisher:
DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. and Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin)
4:39
4Romanesque
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Romanesque (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
is based on:
Vatican ed. XVI
4:34
5Yellow Car III
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Yellow Car III (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Patricia Barber
5:09
6Wood Is a Pleasant Thing to Think About
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Wood Is a Pleasant Thing to Think About (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Patricia Barber
1:01
7Inch Worm
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
Inchworm (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Frank Loesser
5:10
8Ode to Billy Joe
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
Ode to Billie Joe (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Bobbie Gentry
publisher:
Larry Shayne Music, Inc.
5:23
9Too Rich for My Blood
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recording of:
Too Rich for My Blood (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist and composer:
Patricia Barber
8:09
10A Taste of Honey
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
A Taste of Honey (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist:
Ric Marlow (in 1960)
composer:
Bobby Scott (vocals, piano, US musician & producer) (in 1960)
publisher:
Ambassador Music Ltd. and Songfest Music Corp.
4:32
11Nardis
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
Nardis (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
composer:
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter)
publisher:
Jazz Horn Music, Jazz Horn Music Corporation, Musical Frontiers and Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Ltd.
9:01
12Manha de Carnaval
assistant engineer:
Jeffrey Lane (assistant engineer)
engineer:
Jim Anderson (engineer)
executive producer:
Michael Friedman
producer:
Patricia Barber
bass:
Michael Arnopol (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
body percussion, drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mark Walker (Drummer) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
guitar:
John McLean (guitar, UK) (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
piano and lead vocals:
Patricia Barber (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
recorded at and mixed at:
Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois, United States (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
cover recording of:
Manhã de Carnaval (from 1994-06-28 until 1994-07-01)
lyricist:
Antônio Maria
composer:
Luiz Bonfá
3:23

Credits

Release

art direction and design:Mare Earley
photography:Valerie Booth (Photographer)
Jean Moss (Photographer)
mastering:Gus Skinas
mastered at:Super Audio Center in Boulder, Colorado, United States
ASIN:US: B01B9RO8O6 [info]