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Collectible ''Out Of Print Compact Discs''

Artist: Victoria Williams
Album Title: Loose
Country: USA
Label: Mammoth 92430-2
Date of Release: 1994
Genre: Rock
Style: Folk
Condition Of Record: New, Factory Sealed
Copies In Stock: '1'
UPC Nr: 075679243027
"Jacket Printed in English"

PRICE: $10.00

TRACKS
  1. Century Plant
  2. You R Loved
  3. Harry Went to Heaven
  4. Crazy Mary
  5. When We Sing Together
  6. Polish Those Shoes
  7. Love
  8. What a Wonderful World
  9. Waterfall
10. Nature's Way
11. Sunshine Country
12. Happy to Have Known Pappy
13. My Ally
14. Hitchhikers Smile
15. Get Away
16. Psalms

Personnel includes: Victoria Williams (vocals, acoustic & electric guitar, dulcimer, harmonica, piano); Dave Pirner (vocals); Mark Olson (vocals, acoustic guitar); Andrew Williams (acoustic & electric guitar, organ, background vocals); Greg Leisz (acoustic & electric guitar, pedal steel guitar, mandolin, dulcimer); Peter Buck (electric guitar, background vocals); Tammy Rogers (violin, mandolin, viola, background vocals); Lili Haydn (violin); Van Dyke Parks (accordion); Tower Of Power Horns (horns); Geri Stuyak (cello); Doug Weisselman (flute, clarinet, harmonica); Tim Ray (piano, organ); Rami Jaffee (organ), Greg Cohen (acoustic & electric bass, piano); Don Heffington (drums, percussion); Paul Fox (tambourine); Gary Louris, Mike Mills (background vocals).
Recorded at American Recording Studios, Woodland Hills, California.
All songs written or co-written by Victoria Williams except "What A Wonderful World" (Robert Thiele/George David Weiss), "Nature's Way" (Randy California) and "Psalms" (Don Heffington).
Victoria Williams's endearingly sweet folk narratives gained a national audience when Pearl Jam had a hit with her "Crazy Mary." The childhood remembrance was the featured track on SWEET RELIEF, an all-star collection compiled to aid Williams when medical bills stemming from her struggle against muscular dystrophy stacked up. From 1994's LOOSE, her first album released post-benefit, it's not hard to tell why even jaded rockers might line up to her rescue. Williams radiates an aura of unconditional love and innocent wonder on a touchingly earnest set of songs about her country neighbors and faithful pups. In her fluttering childlike voice, even a song titled "U R Loved" is cynic-proof. The highlight of the album is clearly Williams's soaring orchestral recording of "Crazy Mary," both simple and thunderous, uplifting and melancholy--a perfect sample of the rich tapestry that is Victoria Williams.

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