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Yellowhead to Yellowstone and Other Love Stories [Digipak]
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Album: Yellowhead to Yellowstone and Other Love Stories [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Yellowhead to Yellowstone
2)    Fiddler Must Be Paid
3)    Lioness
4)    Ross Knox
5)    Blaino's Song
6)    Estrangement
7)    My Cherry Colored Rose
8)    Bill Kane
9)    Go This Far
10)    Love Never Comes at All
 

Album: Yellowhead to Yellowstone and Other Love Stories [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Yellowhead to Yellowstone
2)    Fiddler Must Be Paid
3)    Lioness
4)    Ross Knox
5)    Blaino's Song
6)    Estrangement
7)    My Cherry Colored Rose
8)    Bill Kane
9)    Go This Far
10)    Love Never Comes at All
 
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Performer Notes
  • Adapter: Ian Tyson.
  • Personnel: Ian Tyson (acoustic guitar); Dan Dugmore (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar, lap steel guitar, mandolin); Russ Pahl (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar); Gord Matthews (acoustic guitar, background vocals); Stephen Sheehan (acoustic guitar); Mark T. Jordan (piano, electric piano); David Hungate (acoustic bass, electric bass, bass guitar); Gord Maxwell (bass guitar, background vocals); Harry Stinson (drums); Gordie Matthews (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Joey Turner .
  • Recording information: Homestead Recorders; OMNI Sound.
  • Photographer: Kurt Markus.
  • Arranger: Ian Tyson.
  • Time and a bad virus have seasoned Ian Tyson's singing voice, as longtime fans of his music will notice, but on this 2009 release, the 75-year-old rancher and cowboy (formerly of Ian & Sylvia and Great Speckled Bird) makes the best of the situation by shifting into an appealingly rugged, raggedy sing-speak-drawl, not unlike Tom Waits' or Steve Forbert's. The vocal tone is entirely suited to the earthy country-rockers that populate the record. The set of songs hum with the high, wide, and lonesome sound of the Canadian plains, and feature a gorgeous lament for wolves (the title track) and the aching country ballad "Ross Knox." ~ Paula Carino
Professional Reviews
Dirty Linen (p.53) - "Gone is the smooth-voiced singer, replaced by a rougher, gravelly sound, but this adds a new emotional dimension to his music and songs."
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