One Man's Meat (Viggo Mortensen)

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One Man's Meat
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Studio album by Viggo Mortensen
Released November 1999
Recorded December 1998 - January 1999
Genre Spoken word
Length 31:11
Label TDRS Music
Producer Travis Dickerson
Viggo Mortensen chronology
The Other Parade
(1999)
One Man's Meat
(1999)
Live At Beyond Baroque
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic (?)[1]

One Man's Meat is the fifth studio album of the actor Viggo Mortensen released in 1999. It is Viggo's third album to feature avant-garde guitarist Buckethead, as well as his ex wife Exene Cervenka, the keyboardist and producer Travis Dickerson, DJ Bonebrake, and also Lysa Flores, all from the label TDRS Music where Viggo released the album.

The album is long out of print but in 2004 the label released a compilation called This, That, and The Other which includes tracks of this album as well as parts of One Less Thing to Worry About from 1997, The Other Parade from 1999, Pandemoniumfromamerica from 2003, and Please Tomorrow of 2004. Viggo Mortensen said about the album:

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Birth"   1:13
2. "Barbecue Kingdom"   3:21
3. "Counting Calories"   1:16
4. "Inner Beauty"   6:19
5. "Go Bad"   0:54
6. "One Man's Meat"   2:09
7. "Holy Communion"   2:26
8. "Koughka"   1:06
9. "Products"   0:29
10. "Chicken Surgery"   2:04
11. "To Market"   0:16
12. "Africa"   0:37
13. "Carne De Nino"   1:01
14. "Joe"   0:19
15. "Jack's Box"   0:38
16. "Bette Davis, 1962"   0:45
17. "Fortune Cookies"   8:18

Credits[edit]

  • Recorded live at Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica
  • Track 10 recorded at Viggo's in Venice, California
  • Tracks 15 and 17 recorded at Travis Dickerson Recording Studios
  • Travis Dickerson - Producer, Masterization and mixing
  • Viggo Mortensen - Masterization and mixing

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Viggo Mortensen's Spoken Word & Music CDs". Viggofanbase.com. Retrieved 2012-03-04. 

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