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Lambchop - How I Quit Smoking

Lambchop - How I Quit Smoking
Title:
How I Quit Smoking
Performer:
Lambchop
Style:
Alternative Rock, Country Rock
Released:
1995
Catalog:
MRG097
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1796 mb
FLAC album size:
2370 mb
Genre:
Label:
Merge Records

Tracklist


1Again
2The Scary Caroler
3Life's Little Tragedy
4For Which We Are Truly Thankful
5We Never Argue
6Theöne
7The Militant
8All Smiles And Mariachi
9Garf
10Suzieju
Double Bass [String Bass] – Mike Doster
11Your Life As A Sequel
Banjo – Hank Tilbury
12Smuckers
13The Man Who Loved Beer
Written By [Co-written By] – Unknown EgyptianWritten-by [Co-written By] – Donald Charles Book


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MRG097CD, 04969-2Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(CD, Album)Merge Records, City SlangMRG097CD, 04969-2US1996
MRG097Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(LP, Album, Gat + 12", S/Sided, Etch)Merge RecordsMRG097US1995
SLANG1036622Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(CD, Album, RE)City SlangSLANG1036622Germany2006
04969-1Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(LP, Album + LP, S/Sided, Etch)City Slang04969-1Germany1995
04969-2Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(CD, Album)City Slang, Merge Records04969-2Germany1995
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MRG097CD, 04969-2Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(CD, Album)Merge Records, City SlangMRG097CD, 04969-2US1996
SLANG1036622Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(CD, Album, RE)City SlangSLANG1036622Germany2006
7243 8413702 1, 72438413702Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(CD, Album)Labels, Labels7243 8413702 1, 72438413702Europe1995
04969-1Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(LP, Album + LP, S/Sided, Etch)City Slang04969-1Germany1995
04969-2Lambchop How I Quit Smoking ‎(CD, Album)City Slang, Merge Records04969-2Germany1995


Credits


  • Acoustic Guitar [Gibson L-3], Guitar [Alvarez Yari Classical, Microfrets Spacetone, Framus Nashville], Vocals, Written-byKurt Wagner
  • Acoustic Guitar [Gibson], Guitar [Fender Telecaster, Framus Nashville]Bill Killebrew
  • Arranged By [Strings]John Mock
  • Artwork By – David Dunlap, Kurt Wagner
  • Bass [G&l]Marc Trovillion
  • CelloJohn Catchings
  • DrumsAllen Lowrey
  • EngineerRobb Earls
  • GuitarSteve Goodhue
  • Guitar [Fender Double-neck Lap Steel]Paul Niehaus
  • Mixed ByKurt Wagner, Robb Earls
  • Organ [Farfisa, Hammond, M-3]John Delworth
  • Percussion [Open-end Wrenches, Lacquer-thinner Can]C. Scott Chase
  • Photography [Hat] – Randall Tosh
  • Photography [Suit] – Warwick Green
  • Saxophone [Alto, Baritone], VocalsDeanna Varagona
  • Saxophone [Alto], Clarinet [Vito], Cornet, VocalsJonathan Marx
  • ViolaKristin Wilkinson
  • ViolinClara M. Olson, David Davidson, Pamela Sixfin
  • Acoustic Guitar [Gibson L-3], Guitar [Alvarez Yari Classical, Microfrets Spacetone, Framus Nashville], VocalsKurt Wagner
  • Acoustic Guitar [Gibson], Guitar [Fender Telecaster, Framus Nashville]Bill Killebrew
  • Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, VocalsDeanna Varagona
  • Alto Saxophone, Clarinet [Vito], Cornet, VocalsJonathan Marx
  • Arranged By [Strings]John Mock
  • ArtworkDavid Dunlap, Kurt Wagner
  • Bass [G&l]Marc Trovillion
  • CelloJohn Catchings
  • DrumsAllen Lowrey
  • EngineerRobb Earls
  • GuitarSteve Goodhue
  • Guitar [Fender Double-neck Lap Steel]Paul Niehaus
  • Mixed ByKurt Wagner, Robb Earls
  • Organ [Farfisa, Hammond, M-3]John Delworth
  • Percussion [Open-end Wrenches, Lacquer-thinner Can]C. Scott Chase
  • Photography By [Hat]Randall Tosh
  • Photography By [Suit]Warwick Green
  • ViolaKristin Wilkinson
  • ViolinClara M. Olson, David Davidson, Pamela Sixfin
  • Written-ByKurt Wagner (tracks: 1, 3 to 14)


Notes


Recorded in 1995 in Nashville, Tenn. at Sound Vortex.

Guitars used by Kurt Wagner:
- 1972 Microfrets Spacetone
- 1971 Framus Nashville electric guitar
- 1972 Alvarez Yari classical guitar
- 1929 Gibson L-3

Guitars used by Bill Killebrew:
- Gibson acoustic guitar, c. 1960
- Fender Telecaster, c. 1970
- Framus Nashville electric guitar, c. 1970

All songs published by Pathetic Hindsight Music, BMI, administered by Bug Music.
(C) 1995 City Slang.
(C) & (P) 1995 Merge Records.
Diffusion exclusive Virgin France S.A.
Made & printed in Holland.
Cat: 7243 8413702 1 on cover / 72438413702 on CD.Recorded in 1995 in Nashville, Tenn. at Sound Vortex.

Track A2: [Written by] Kurt Wagner, Donald Charles Book, and unknown Egyptian, c. 1990 B.C.

Guitars used by Kurt Wagner:
- 1972 Microfrets Spacetone
- 1971 Framus Nashville electric guitar
- 1972 Alvarez Yari classical guitar
- 1929 Gibson L-3

Guitars used by Bill Killebrew:
- Gibson acoustic guitar, c. 1960
- Fender Telecaster, c. 1970
- Framus Nashville electric guitar, c. 1970

Side D is etched.

© 1995 Lambchop
© 1995 Merge Records
Printed in Canada.


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