Down Incognito

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Down Incognito
DownIncognito.jpg
Studio album by Kip Winger
Released 1998
Recorded Rising Sun Studios, Santa Fe, NM
Length 52:46
Label Domo Records
Producer Kip Winger
Kip Winger chronology
This Conversation Seems Like a Dream
(1997)
Down Incognito
(1998)
Songs from the Ocean Floor
(2000)
For the song by Winger, see Down Incognito (song).

Down Incognito was the second solo album by American rock artist Kip Winger. It was released by Domo Records in 1998.

The album was released under different names. Down Incognito is the American title, while it was called Made by Hand in Europe, and Another Way in Japan.

The album mostly consists of acoustic studio versions of songs from the three Winger albums and Kip Winger's first solo album. The exceptions are album opener "Another Way", which is a new song for this recording, and the two last songs, "Rainbow in the Rose" and "Blind Revolution Mad", which are acoustic live versions from a show in Paris. According to Kip, he came up with the acoustic arrangements for these songs during his tour of Borders bookstores, when he needed to learn to play the many Winger hits on an acoustic 12-string guitar.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Another Way" (Kip Winger, Noble Kime) – 4:39 (new song)
  2. "Down Incognito" (Winger, Reb Beach) – 3:08
  3. "Under One Condition" (Winger, Beach) – 4:11
  4. "Miles Away" (Paul Taylor) – 4:00
  5. "Steam" (Winger, Paul Winger) – 3:30
  6. "Headed for a Heartbreak (Winger) – 3:03
  7. "How Far Will We Go" (Winger) – 5:02
  8. "Naked Son" (Winger) – 3:56
  9. "Spell I'm Under" (Winger) – 3:54
  10. "Easy Come Easy Go" (Winger) – 2:49
  11. "Daniel" (Winger) – 4:23
  12. "Rainbow in the Rose" (Winger, Beach) – 5:15
  13. "Blind Revolution Mad" (Winger, Beach) – 4:49

Personnel[edit]

Studio[edit]

Live in Paris Acoustic Band[edit]

Album credits[edit]

  • Produced, engineered and mixed by Kip Winger
  • "Daniel" mixed by Mike Shipley
  • Assistant engineers: Pete Cotutsca and Bob Sniderman
  • Recorded and mixed at Rising Sun Studios, Santa Fe, NM
  • Mastered by Paul Blakemore at Airshow Mastering

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Metal Sludge Rewind with Kip Winger". Metal Sludge. Archived from the original on 2009-01-01. Retrieved 2009-01-01. 

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