Flash Forward (album)

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Flash Forward
FlashForwardCD.jpg
Studio album by Siegel–Schwall Band
Released August 16, 2005
Genre Blues
Length 54:26
Label Alligator
Producer Corky Siegel
Holly Siegel
Siegel–Schwall Band chronology
The Siegel–Schwall Reunion Concert
1988
Flash Forward
2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
PopMatters 3/10 stars[2]
Modern Guitars (favorable)[3]
Maximum Ink (favorable)[4]
George Graham (favorable)[5]

Flash Forward is an album by the Siegel–Schwall Band. Released by Alligator Records in 2005, it was the second album recorded by the band after they re-formed in 1987, and their first studio album since R.I.P. Siegel/Schwall in 1974.

Flash Forward contains thirteen original songs, with multiple songs written by each of the four members of the band – Corky Siegel, Jim Schwall, Rollo Radford, and Sam Lay.[6] It reached number 9 on the Billboard blues album chart.[7]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Afraid of Love" (Corky Siegel) – 4:42
  2. "Deja Vous" (Siegel) – 4:24
  3. "Going Back to Alabama" (Sam Lay) – 3:40
  4. "The Underqualified Blues" (Jim Schwall) – 5:29
  5. "Krazy" (Rollo Radford) – 4:40
  6. "Can't Stop" (Siegel) – 4:38
  7. "On the Road" (Schwall) – 3:38
  8. "Twisted" (Siegel) – 3:49
  9. "Rumors of Long Tall Sally" (Lay) – 3:05
  10. "Hey Leviticus" (Schwall) – 2:42
  11. "Sweet Liz" (Lay) – 3:34
  12. "Pauline" (Radford) – 6:02
  13. "Stormy Weather Love" (Lay) – 3:55

Personnel[edit]

Siegel–Schwall Band[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Marcy Levy – background vocals

Production[edit]

  • Corky Siegel – producer, engineer, liner notes
  • Holly Siegel – producer
  • Ken Goerries – co-producer, mixing, additional recording
  • Bruce Iglauer – additional mixing
  • Mitch Zelezny – mastering
  • Paul Natkin – photos
  • Kevin Niemiec – packaging design
  • Michael Trossman – Alligator logo

References[edit]

  1. ^ Leggett, Steve. Flash Forward at Allmusic
  2. ^ Howell, Dave. Flash Forward at PopMatters
  3. ^ Holland, Brian D. Flash Forward at Modern Guitars Magazine
  4. ^ Lemke, Brett. Flash Forward at Maximum Ink
  5. ^ Graham, George. Flash Forward at GeorgeGraham.com
  6. ^ Bessman, Jim. "Sam Lay a Songwriter: Who Knew?", Billboard, June 25, 2005, p. 44
  7. ^ Flash Forward album info at Billboard.com