Trichromes

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Trichromes
Trichromes.jpg
Studio album by
The Trichromes
ReleasedJuly 2, 2002
GenreRock
Length67:50
Label33rd Street Records
ProducerL. Henry Sarmiento II
Bill Kreutzmann chronology
Backbone
(1998)
Trichromes
(2002)
7 Walkers
(2010)

Trichromes is an album by the Trichromes, a rock band led by former Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann. The group's only full-length album, it was released in 2002. Robert Hunter wrote the lyrics for eight of the eleven songs.[1]

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[2]
The Music Box2.5/5 stars[3]

John Metzger of The Music Box wrote, "Much like the group's first single 'Dice with the Universe', much of its new self-titled release straddles a line between breezy pop, folksy blues, and classic rock.... the band occasionally strikes gold while delivering a pleasing set of material, anchored by one of the finest drummers in the history of rock 'n' roll."[3]

William Ruhlmann wrote on Allmusic, "Trichromes guitarist Ralph Woodson and such guests as Pete Sears and Neal Schon do fine by [Hunter's lyrics], creating songs that sound like they could have fit into the Dead's repertoire. And the band's jamming style is also reminiscent of the Dead...."[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "None So Blind" (Robert Hunter, Ralph Woodson, Pete Sears) – 4:48
  2. "Iowa Soldier" (Hunter, Woodson) – 6:31
  3. "Track 6" (Hunter, Woodson, Sears) – 6:21
  4. "Simply Nowhere" (Hunter, Woodson, Mike DiPirro) – 8:08
  5. "Dice with the Universe" (Hunter, Neal Schon, Ira Walker) – 4:59
  6. "Say You're Not Leaving" (Woodson) – 4:58
  7. "For You" (Hunter, Woodson) – 4:52
  8. "Kickin' Ass on the Avenue" (Hunter, Woodson, Sears) – 5:30
  9. "Stop, Drop and Roll" (Hunter, Woodson) – 4:48
  10. "Impossible Triangle" (Woodson) – 5:28
  11. "Knot of Eternity" (Bill Kreutzmann, Woodson, Sears) – 10:38

Personnel[edit]

The Trichromes[edit]

Production[edit]

  • L. Henry Sarmiento II – producer, mixing, engineering
  • Steve Parish – executive producer
  • Herbie Herbert – executive producer
  • Jeffrey Norman – additional production
  • Gordon Brislawn – Pro Tools guru
  • Michael Romanowski – mastering
  • Will Cascio – artwork, art direction, design

References[edit]

  1. ^ Trichromes at the Grateful Dead Family Discography
  2. ^ a b Ruhlmann, William. Trichromes at Allmusic
  3. ^ a b Metzger, John. Trichromes, The Music Box, September 2002