Flesh and Bone (Lucy Kaplansky album)

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Flesh and Bone
Flesh and Bone Lucy Kaplansky.jpg
Studio album by Lucy Kaplansky
Released October 15, 1996
Genre Folk, singer-songwriter
Length 48:50
Label Red House
Producer Anton Sanko, Larry Campbell
Lucy Kaplansky chronology
The Tide
(1994)
Flesh and Bone
(1996)
Ten Year Night
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Flesh and Bone is the second album by American singer-songwriter Lucy Kaplansky, released in 1996.[2] The original release of the CD contained a hidden "Track 0" containing a cover of the Beatles' "I've Just Seen a Face" that could be accessed on some players by stepping back a track from Track 1.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Lucy Kaplansky and Richard Litvin unless otherwise noted.

  1. "Scorpion" – 3:51
  2. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding" (Nick Lowe) – 3:19
  3. "If You Could See" – 3:32
  4. "Don't Renege on Our Love" (Richard Thompson) – 4:16
  5. "Still Life" – 5:58
  6. "This Is Mine" – 3:08
  7. "Mary and the Soldier" (Traditional) – 4:47
  8. "Love Is the Ride" – 2:45
  9. "The Thief" – 3:46
  10. "Edges" – 5:14
  11. "Return of the Grievous Angel" (Gram Parsons, Thomas Stanley Brown) – 3:52
  12. "Ruby" – 4:22

Personnel[edit]

  • Lucy Kaplansky – vocals, guitar, background vocals
  • Marc Shulman – guitar
  • Larry Campbell – guitar, fiddle, dobro, mandolin, pedal steel guitar, Cittern, guitar
  • Anton Sanko – organ, guitar,tiple, lap steel guitar
  • Gary Schreiner – accordion
  • Drew Zingg – guitar
  • Zev Katz – bass
  • Jennifer Kimball – background vocals
  • John Gorka – background vocals
  • Richard Shindell – background vocals
  • Frank Vilardi – drums, percussion

Production notes:

  • Anton Sanko – producer
  • Tom Mudge – engineer
  • Bruce Calder – engineer
  • Dennis McNerney – mixing, engineer
  • Matt Knobel – mixing, engineer
  • David Glasser – mastering
  • Linda Beauvais – art direction
  • Paul Brady – arranger

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