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John Mellencamp (Mr. Happy Go Lucky)

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CDs

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Brand New

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Album

Release Year:

1996

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Artist:

John Mellencamp

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CD

Release Date:

1996

Number of Discs:

1

UPC:

3145328962

Record Label:

Mercury

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1069729

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Artist: Mellencamp, John Release Date: 1996 Format: CD Record Label: Mercury/Bmg Genre: Rock UPC: 3145328962 Sub-Genre: Hard Rock Track listing 1. Overture 2. Jerry 3. Key West Intermezzo (I Saw You First) 4. Just Another Day 5. This May Not Be The End Of The World 6. Emotional Love 7. Mr. Bellows 8. Full Catastrophe, The 9. Circling Around The Moon 10. Large World Turning 11. Jackamo Road 12. Life Is Hard Details Contributing artists: Junior Vasquez Producer: Little Bastard Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes Personnel: John Mellencamp (vocals, guitar); Mike Wanchic (guitar, dobro, mandolin, organ, mellotron, background vocals); Andy York (guitar, mandolin, harmonica, organ, mellotron, chamberlain, percussion, background vocals); Lonnie Pitchford (slide guitar); Jimmy Ryser (violin, background vocals); Miriam Sturm (violin); Dennis Riggins (saxophone); Tim Riggins (trombone); Harvey Phillips (tuba); Moe Z. M.D. (organ, programming, background vocals); Jeff Pedersen (organ); Kenny Aronoff (vibraphone, drums, percussion, programming); Raphael Saadiq, Toby Jeffrey Myers (bass, background vocals); Milton Davis (bass); Junior Vasquez (percussion, programming); Gomi, Joe Moskowitz (programming); Pat Peterson, Susie Ronson (background vocals). Recorded at Belmont Mall, Belmont Indiana, in January 1995 June 1996. All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology. "Key West Intermezzo (I Saw You First)" was nominated for a 1997 Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. "Just Another Day" was nominated for a 1998 Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology. Rave and roll? Rave rock? For MR. HAPPY GO LUCKY, this stalwart songwriting talent has come up with another batch of soulful, bucolic rock songs. But this time--surprise--he has added some cutting-edge trip-hop drum loops and samples to his signature heartland rock. The urban rhythms somehow sound natural in the context of Mellencamp's seasoned roots rock. He could have easily left his songs in the electric folk-rock format on which he made his name, but the experimentation here proves he's not ready to sit back on his laurels. He really seems interested in exploring new musical territory. And it's only right that the man who could be the godfather of today's alternative roots rock (i.e. without whom there could be no Hootie) is the one hammering the genre into exciting new shapes. Editorial reviews 4 Stars (out of 5) - ...The record is long on atmospherics, a dark-carnival collage of mad laughter and distant whispers....those effects are well matched to the songs, which are among the darkest and wittiest that Mellencamp has ever delivered... Rolling Stone Magazine (09/19/1996) 3 Stars (out of 5) - ...nothing so radical as a genuine change in direction, but rather a more contemporary take on those typical vignettes of down-home American life. Rhythm is no longer the sturdy, Stonesy push that's driven so many Mellencamp hits, but something altogether more modern and daring... Q (11/01/1996) Additional Information about Mr. Happy Go Lucky Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2008 Muze Inc. All rights reserved.
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