Jesse Winchester : Love Filling Station

CD [Cover Art for Jesse Winchester / Love Filling Station] Your Price: $16.53
Rated 7 with 9 responses
Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 4/2009
Label: Appleseed Records
Mfg's Catalog#: 1116
CDC Part#: 1372711
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 Notes & Reviews
 
A little disappointing from someone I like so much.
- Lou Biazzo, 06/28/2010, Australia

We have this CD playing every time we get in our car. It has been playing since we ordered it from CD connection. We have never been so hooked on a CD. Not impressed with Jesse Winchester's other CDs from the past. Will try another with my new order. Also there are more favorites on this CD than most we have ever owned.
- Karl Jacque, 07/01/2009, USA

LOVE FILLING STATION is singer/songwriter Jesse Winchester's first CD for Appleseed and his first studio album in nine years. He's recorded more than a dozen albums for various labels since his 1970 self-titled debut, which was produced by the Bands Robbie Robertson, engineered by Todd Rundgren, and included Robertson and fellow Band-member Levon Helm as sidemen. LOVE FILLING STATION contains nine Winchester originals and three cover versions, including a gentle, deeply felt rendition of the classic 'Stand by Me.' Guest artists on the new CD include the acclaimed solo artist and sideman Jerry Douglas on lap steel guitar, bluegrass-country wizard Russ Bahrenburg (guitar, mandolin), and roots solo artist Claire Lynch (backing vocal). The overall sound of the CD is a mixture of country, bluegrass, contemporary adult pop, and a hint of gospel, all convincingly melded together by Winchester's restrained but soulful vocals and artful phrasing.

 
 Tracks
 
O What a Thrill
Bless Your Foolish Heart
Wear Me Out
Stand by Me
It's a Shame About Him
Sham-A-Ling-Dong-Ding
I'm Gonna Miss You Girl
I Turn to My Guitar
Lonely for a While
Eulalie
Far Side Bank of Jordan
Loose Talk
 
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