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Lyle Lovett - Pontiac Album

Lyle Lovett - Pontiac Album
Title:
Pontiac
Performer:
Lyle Lovett
Released:
21 Feb 1989
Catalog:
R25P-2006
Country:
Japan
MP3 album size:
2902 mb
FLAC album size:
1368 mb
Genre:
Label:
Curb Records

Tracklist


1Simple Song
Cello – John Hagen
3:17
2If I Had A Boat
Guitar – Billy Williams
3:06
3Walk Through The Bottomland
Backing Vocals – Emmylou Harris
4:11
4She's Hot To Go
Backing Vocals – Francine ReedGuitar – Billy Williams
2:30
5Black And Blue3:58
6L.A. County
Backing Vocals – Emmylou Harris, Harry Stinson
3:17
7I Loved You Yesterday
Backing Vocals – Harry Stinson, J. David SloanGuitar – Billy Williams
2:56
8Pontiac
Cello – John Hagen Double Bass – Edgar Meyer
2:24
9M-O-N-E-Y
Backing Vocals – Francine Reed
3:15
10Give Me Back My Heart
Backing Vocals – Francine Reed, J. David Sloan, Vince Gill
3:00
11She's No Lady3:13


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MCA-42028Lyle Lovett Pontiac ‎(LP, Album)Curb Records, MCA RecordsMCA-42028US1987
RPM 1246Lyle Lovett Pontiac ‎(LP, Album)Curb RecordsRPM 1246South Africa1987
MCA-42028Lyle Lovett Pontiac ‎(LP, Album)Curb Records, MCA RecordsMCA-42028US1987
MCAD-42028Lyle Lovett Pontiac ‎(CD, Album, Club)Curb Records, MCA RecordsMCAD-42028US1987
478165 2 Lyle Lovett Pontiac ‎(CD, Album)Curb Records478165 2 Europe1987


Credits


  • Art DirectionSimon Levy
  • BassMatt McKenzie
  • DesignVirginia Team
  • DrumsHarry Stinson
  • Edited ByMilan Bogdan
  • EngineerMarty Williams
  • GuitarPaul Franklin, Ray Herndon
  • Mastered ByGlenn Meadows
  • Mixed By, Recorded By [Overdubs]Steve Tillisch
  • Photography ByPeter Nash
  • Piano, SynthesizerMatt Rollings
  • ProducerTony Brown
  • Producer, Written-By, GuitarLyle Lovett
  • Recorded By [Overdubs]Ron Treat
  • Recorded By, Recorded By [Overdubs]Willie Pevear
  • SaxophoneSteve Marsh


Notes


with OBI


Companies


  • Manufactured By – BMG Victor Inc.


Album


Pontiac is Lyle Lovett's second studio album, released in 1987. Pontiac reached number 12 on Billboard's chart for Top Country Albums, and 117 in the Billboard Hot 200. The album was also cited as one of the top 100 albums of the 1980s by the Italian magazines Il Mucchio Selvaggio and Velvet. The album is also one of 300 listed in the book, 50 Years of Great Recordings and appeared at. Pontiac - Lyle Lovett. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. While Lyle Lovett's self-titled debut album made it clear he was one the most gifted and idiosyncratic talents to emerge in country music in the 1980s, his follow-up, 1987's Pontiac, took the strengths of his first disc and refined them, and the result was a set whose sound and feel more accurately reflected Lovett's musical personality. While much of Pontiac favors the country side of Lovett's musical personality, the bouncy swing of Give Back My Heart and the weepy stroll of Walk Through the Bottomland have a lighter touch that suits them noticeabl. Songs in album Lyle Lovett - Pontiac 1987. Lyle Lovett - If I Had A Boat. Lyle Lovett - Give Back My Heart. Lyle Lovett - I Loved You Yesterday. Lyle Lovett - Walk Through The Bottomland. Lyle Lovett - L. Lyle Lovett - She's No Lady. Lyle Lovett - M-O-N-E-Y. Lyle Lovett - Black And Blue. Lyle Lovett - Simple Song. Lyle Lovett - Pontiac. Lyle Lovett - She's Hot To Go. Pontiac is a music album by Lyle Lovett released in 1987. Pontiac is ranked 5,053rd in the overall chart, 762nd in the 1980s, and 65th in the year 1987. Lyle Lovett. Released 1987. Pontiac Tracklist. Listen free to Lyle Lovett Pontiac If I Had a Boat, Give Back My Heart and more. 11 tracks 35:07. Покупка Lyle Lovett - Pontiac - MCA Records - LP, Album - MCF 3389, включает If I Had A Boat, Give Back My Heart, I Loved You Yesterday, Walk Through The Bottomland, L. County, She's No Lady, is Lyle Lovett's finest album, but it still contains the strengths and weaknesses that have become Lyle's hallmarks. Crack playing, keen observations and clever lyrics, and a neo-traditionalist aesthetic that pulls in everything from Texas folk, honky-tonk and Western swing to old-school pop all shine brightly here, but they're consistently dulled by an ironic distance and a bitterness toward women that approaches misogyny. On Pontiac, the strengths generally win out, however, as Lovett convincingly stalks an old lover L. County, says take my wife,. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download


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