|Studio album by Richard Shindell|
|Released||September 25, 1994|
|Richard Shindell chronology|
Blue Divide is the second album by singer-songwriter Richard Shindell. It was released in 1995 by Shanachie Records. Shanachie also released a live promo CD, Scenes from a Blue Divide (Live) and More which included five live tracks recorded at the Treestar Coffeehouse in Mount Kisco, New York.
All songs by Richard Shindell except where noted
- "A Summer Wind, A Cotton Dress"
- "The Ballad of Mary Magdalene"
- "The Things That I Have Seen"
- "TV Light" (Addabbo, Shindell)
- "A Tune for Nowhere"
- "Blue Divide"
- Richard Shindell - vocals, acoustic guitar, high-strung guitar, harmony, cittern
- Steve Addabbo - hammond organ, electric guitar
- Kenneth Blevins - drums
- Larry Campbell - lap steel, pedal steel, mandolin
- Seamus Egan - mandolin, uillean pipes
- Peter Freeman - synthesizer
- Mark Hamza - hammond organ
- Lucy Kaplansky - harmony
- Juan Patieo - percussion
- Dave Richards - bass
- Michael Viseglia - bass
- John Whelan - button accordion
- Produced by Steve Addabbo
- Recorded and mixed at Shelter Island Sound, New York City
- Meyer, Richard, "Review: Blue Divide", Allmusic
- Meyer, Richard, "Review: Scenes from a Blue Divide (Live) and More", Allmusic
- Blue Divide page at richardshindell.com
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