Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey

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Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey
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Studio album by Pam Tillis
Released 1983
Genre Pop
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Jolly Hills Productions, Dixie Gamble-Bowen
Pam Tillis chronology
Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey
(1983)
Put Yourself in My Place
(1991)

Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey is the debut album of American country music artist Pam Tillis. Released in 1983 as her only album for Warner Bros. Records, it features the singles "Killer Comfort" and "Love Is Sneakin' Up on You". The album was more pop oriented in comparison to her work on Arista Nashville.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Killer Comfort" (Pam Tillis, Pat Bunch, Pam Rose, Mary Ann Kennedy) - 2:45
  2. "Love Is Sneakin' Up on You" (P. Tillis, Bunch, Doris Tillis) - 2:50
  3. "Make It Feel Better" (P. Tillis, Bunch, Peter Wood) - 3:23
  4. "Wish I Was in Love Tonight" (P. Tillis, Wood, Callie Khouri) - 3:16
  5. "You Don't Miss" (P. Tillis, Steve Goldstein) - 3:09
  6. "Never Be the Same" (P. Tillis, Fred Koller) - 4:01
  7. "(You Just Want to Be) Weird" (P. Tillis, Bill Lamb) - 2:30
  8. "Popular Girl" (P. Tillis, Mel Tillis Jr., Khouri) - 2:16
  9. "It Ain't Easy Bein' Easy" (Mark Gray, Shawna Harrington, Les Taylor) - 4:04
  10. "Let's Get Crazy" (P. Tillis, Peter Wood) - 3:32

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey liner notes.[2]

Musicians
  • M. L. Benoit - percussion
  • Doug Clement - vocals
  • Chuck Findley - horns
  • Bryan Garofalo - bass guitar
  • Steve Goldstein - vocals
  • Gary Grant - horns
  • Jerry Hey - horns
  • Jim Horn - horns
  • Craig Krampf - drums, percussion
  • Craig Hull - vocals, guitars
  • Bill Lamb - vocals
  • Josh Leo - guitars
  • Daniel Moore - vocals
  • Donna Rhodes - vocals
  • Harry Stinson - vocals
  • Pam Tillis - vocals
  • Wendy Waldman - vocals
  • Peter Wood - keyboards
Technical
  • Niko Bolas - engineer
  • Dixie Gamble-Bowen - producer
  • Steve Hall - mastering
  • Jolly Hills Productions (Steve Goldstein, Craig Hull, Craig Krampf, Bryan Garofalo, Josh Leo) - producer
  • Tim Kish - engineer
  • Steve Tillisch - engineer
  • Wayne "Duck" Tanouge - engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wolff, Kurt; Duane, Orla (2000). Country Music: The Rough Guide. Rough Guides. p. 542. ISBN 1-85828-534-8. 
  2. ^ Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey (reissue) (Media notes). Pam Tillis. Wounded Bird Records. 2009. WOU 3871.