Counting Crows: August And Everything After, LP (Vinyl)
Counting Crows: August And Everything After, LP (Vinyl)
€74.90
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Counting Crows
August And Everything After

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
mit bedrucktem Innencover
  • Geffen Records
  • (533 664-9)
  • 11 Tracks
  • EAN 0600753366493
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl, minor creases on sleeve

tracks

A1

Round Here

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
5:31
A2

Omaha

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
3:39
A3

Mr. Jones

Drums
  • Denny Fongheiser
Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
4:32
A4

Perfect Blue Buildings

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
5:00
A5

Anna Begins

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
4:31
A6

Time And Time Again

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
5:14
B1

Rain King

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
4:15
B2

Sullivan Street

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
4:29
B3

Ghost Train

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
4:02
B4

Raining In Baltimore

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
4:41
B5

A Murder Of One

Music By
Words By
  • Adam Duritz
5:43

Credits

Art Direction
  • Larry Vigon
Design
  • Larry Vigon
  • Brian Jackson
Backing Vocals
  • Gary Louris
  • Maria McKee
  • Mark Olson
Bass
  • Matt Malley
Guitar
  • Matt Malley
  • T-Bone Burnett
  • Bill Dillon
  • David Immerglück
  • David Bryson
Vocals
  • Matt Malley
  • Steve Bowman
  • David Immerglück
  • David Bryson
  • Charles Gillingham
  • Adam Duritz
Creative Director
  • Robin Sloane
Drums
  • Steve Bowman
Engineer
  • Howard Willing
  • Robert Hart
  • Steve Holroyd
  • Brant Scott
  • Mark Guilbeault
Executive Producer
  • Gary Gersh
Electric Guitar
  • Bill Dillon
Mandolin
  • David Immerglück
Pedal Steel Guitar
  • David Immerglück
Mandocello
  • David Immerglück
Management
  • Martin Kirkup
  • Steven Jensen
Mastered By
  • Stephen Marcussen
Mixed By
  • Pat McCarthy
  • Scott Litt
Percussion
  • Denny Fongheiser
Photography By
  • Michael Tighe
Piano
  • Charles Gillingham
  • Adam Duritz
Organ
  • Charles Gillingham
Accordion
  • Charles Gillingham
Chamberlin
  • Charles Gillingham
Producer
  • T-Bone Burnett
Recorded By
  • Pat McCarthy
Harmonica
  • Adam Duritz

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