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Long Stretch Of Lonesome- Artist: Loveless, Patty
Release Date: 1997
Format: CD Record Label: Epic (USA)
Additional Information about Long Stretch Of Lonesome
1. Party Ain't Over Yet, The
2. To Have You Back Again
3. I Don't Want To Feel Like That
4. High On Love
5. Like Water Into Wine
6. That's Exactly What I Mean
7. You Don't Seem To Miss Me
8. Too Many Memories
9. Long Stretch Of Lonesome
10. Where I'm Bound
Contributing artists: George Jones, Jerry Douglas, Kim Richey, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Mike Henderson, Raul Malo, Stuart Duncan
Producer: Emory Gordy, Jr.
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution
Recording type: Studio
Recording mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a
Personnel includes: Patty Loveless (vocals); Steve Gibson (acoustic, electric & quatra guitars); Biff Watson, Richard Bennett (acoustic & electric guitars); Dan Dugmore (electric & steel guitars); Brent Mason, Raul Malo, Michael Henderson (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (slide & steel guitars); Tom Britt (slide guitar); Jerry Douglas (lap steel guitar); Stuart Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); David Davidson, Clara Olson, Christian Teal, Connie Heard (violin); Kris Wilkinson, Kathryn Plummer (viola); Anthony LaMarchina (cello); John Hobbs (piano, Hammond B-3, keyboards); John Jarvis (piano); Butch Lee (Hammond B-3); Mike Rojas, Mike Lawler (keyboards); Emory Gordy, Jr. (bass); Harry Stinson (drums, background vocals); Owen Hale, Eddie Bayers (drums); Susan Ashton, Mary-Chapin Carpenter, George Jones, Kim Richey, Kostas (background vocals).
Recorded at Woodland Digital, Masterfonics Inc., The Love Shack, Nashville, Tennessee.
LONG STRETCH OF LONESOME was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Country Album. "You Don't Seem To Miss Me" was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration With Vocals.
With her matchless raw emotional power, Patty Loveless covers familiar country music territory in a way that makes it sound both fresh and completely real. Loveless's voice is at its finest on her fourth album for Epic Nashville, throbbing with emotion on songs like "To Have You Back Again," an achingly sad tale of lost love, and conveying a quiet strength on "I Don't Want To Feel Like That." There is an underlying sense of hope throughout LONG STRETCH OF LONESOME which rescues the album from looming heartache, even on the most painful songs. Loveless is also adept at diving into more up-tempo numbers, such as the rocking "High On Love," and "The Party Ain't Over Yet."