Long Line

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This article is about the Peter Wolf album. For other uses, see Long line (disambiguation).
Long Line
Studio album by Peter Wolf
Released May 14, 1996
Recorded Longview Studios, North Brookfield, MA (vocals recorded at Profit Sound, Stoughton, MA)
Genre Rock
Length 47:13
Label Reprise
Producer Peter Wolf, Johnny A., Stu Kimball
Peter Wolf chronology
Up to No Good
(1990)
Long Line
(1996)
Fool's Parade
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AMG 3.5/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[2]

Long Line is the fourth solo album by Peter Wolf, released in 1996 (see 1996 in music).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Long Line" (Angelo Petraglia, Stu Kimball, Wolf) - 3:33
  2. "Romeo Is Dead" (Will Jennings, Wolf) - 3:24
  3. "Rosie" (Taylor Rhodes, Wolf) - 4:26
  4. "Forty to One" (Aimee Mann, Wolf) - 3:00
  5. "Goodbye (Is All I'll Send Her)" (Kimball, Wolf) - 3:54
  6. "Wastin' Time" (Wolf) - 4:16
  7. "Sky High" (Jennings, Wolf) - 3:45
  8. "Two Loves" (Wolf) - 3:30
  9. "Break This Chain" (Robert White Johnson, Rhodes, Wolf) - 4:46
  10. "Seventh Heaven" (Johnson, Rhodes, Wolf) - 3:47
  11. "Starvin' to Death" (Mann, Wolf) - 3:27
  12. "Riverside Drive" (Wolf) - 5:25

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Producers: Peter Wolf, Johnny A., Stu Kimball
  • Assistant producer: Jessie Henderson
  • Engineer: Tom Soares
  • Assistant engineer: Dave Kirkpatrick
  • Assistant engineer: Ted Paduck
  • Assistant engineer: Marc LaFleur
  • Mixing: Phil Greene, Tom Soares
  • Mixing assistant: Brenda Ferry
  • Mastering: Bob Ludwig
  • Art direction: Linda Cobb
  • Design: Linda Cobb
  • Photography: Johnny A., Nancy Hodgins, David Seltzer
  • Illustrations: Peter Wolf
  • Grooming: Heidi Wells

Notes[edit]