Gentleman's Blues

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Gentleman's Blues
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Studio album by Cracker
Released August 25, 1998
Genre Alternative rock
Length 73:02
Label Virgin
Producer Don Smith
Cracker chronology
The Golden Age
(1996)The Golden Age1996
Gentleman's Blues
(1998)
Garage D'Or
(2000)Garage D'Or2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Gentleman's Blues is Cracker's fourth studio album, released in 1998. It would be the band's final album for Virgin Records.

Cracker frontman David Lowery said that the album's name arose when guitarist Johnny Hickman heard him playing a tune on the piano and observed that it sounded like an old Southern gentleman trying to play the blues.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Good Life" (Lowery, Hickman) - 3:50
  2. "Seven Days" (Lowery, Hickman) - 4:24
  3. "Star" (Lowery, Hickman) - 3:21
  4. "James River" (Lowery) - 5:03
  5. "My Life Is Totally Boring Without You" (Lowery, Hickman, Rupe) - 3:17
  6. "Been Around the World" (Lowery) - 5:02
  7. "The World Is Mine" (Lowery, Hickman) - 3:45
  8. "Lullabye" (Lowery) - 4:59
  9. "Waiting for You Girl" (Lowery, Hickman) - 4:01
  10. "Trials & Tribulations" (Hickman) - 3:01
  11. "Wild One" (Lowery, Hickman, Rupe) - 4:25
  12. "Hold of Myself" (Hickman) - 3:57
  13. "Gentleman's Blues" (Lowery, Hickman) - 4:58
  14. "I Want Out of the Circus" (Lowery) - 4:53
  15. "Wedding Day" (Hickman) - 3:47
  16. "Hallelujah" (Lowery) - 4:10
  17. [Silence]
  18. "1-202-456-1414" (the touch-tone phone number for the White House)[3] - :08
  19. [Silence]
  20. "1-202-514-8688" (a U.S. Department of Justice phone number, formerly held by Ken Starr)[4] - :08
  21. [Silence]
  22. "1-310-289-4459" (presently, the phone number for Beverly Hills psychotherapist Julia Kantor)[5] - :12
  23. [Silence]
  24. "Cinderella" (Lowery) - 5:03

Tracks after 16 "Hallelujah" are all hidden tracks. Track 24 features singer LP

Personnel[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1998) Peak
position
The Billboard 200 182

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas, Stephen (1998-08-25). "Allmusic review". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 2012-07-12. 
  2. ^ "Interview with David Lowery of Cracker". NY Rock. Archived from the original on 2012-07-16. Retrieved 2012-07-12. 
  3. ^ "Contact the White House | The White House". Whitehouse.gov. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  4. ^ [1][dead link]
  5. ^ "De beste bron van informatie over meaningfulengagement". meaningfulengagement.com. Retrieved 2012-07-12.