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Album: Far from Over
# Song Title   Time
1)    Far From Over
2)    Hearts Fall
3)    Sun Will Rise
4)    I've Seen a Love
5)    Write Me a Song
6)    Letter to My Mother
7)    Get Out of This Town
8)    Kentucky
9)    Radio Star
10)    Dragons
11)    One Thing Left
12)    Jesus, He Loves Me
 

Album: Far from Over
# Song Title   Time
1)    Far From Over
2)    Hearts Fall
3)    Sun Will Rise
4)    I've Seen a Love
5)    Write Me a Song
6)    Letter to My Mother
7)    Get Out of This Town
8)    Kentucky
9)    Radio Star
10)    Dragons
11)    One Thing Left
12)    Jesus, He Loves Me
 
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  • Personnel includes: Edwin McCain (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars); Shawn Colvin (vocals); Larry Chaney (acoustic & electric guitar, lap steel, mandolin); Craig Shields (winds, saxophone, keyboards); Scott Bannevich (bass); Dave Harrison (drums, percussion, programming).
  • Producers include: Greg Archilla, Edwin McCain, Scott Bannevich, Larry Chaney, Craig Shields.
  • Recorded at Pedernales Studios, Austin, Texas.
  • Personnel: Edwin McCain (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Larry Chaney (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lap steel guitar, mandolin); Mario de Le?n, Joel Derouin, Peter Kent, Brian Leonard, Charlie Bisharat (violin); Bo Becker, Matthew Funes , Bob Becker (viola); Suzie Katayama, Larry Corbett (cello); Craig Shields (saxophone, keyboards); Richard Furch (piano); Derrick Jackson (keyboards); Dave Harrison (drums, percussion); Jacqueline Johnson (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Greg Archilla.
  • Recording information: 152 Beale, Memphis, TN; Pedernales Studios, Austin, TX.
  • Director: Craig Shields.
  • Photographer: Alan Messer.
  • Though dissenters initially tried to write Edwin McCain off as a Hootie wannabe (he toured with them and they do sometimes mine similar heartland rock territory), McCain's got his own thing going on. If he brings any other artist to mind, it's more likely to be the Black Crowes, with whom Southerner McCain shares a love of hard-driving, blues-inflected, all-American rock.
  • "Get Out of This Town," one of FAR FROM OVER's more hard-hitting numbers, wouldn't sound at all out of place in the hands of the Robinson brothers. The wide-open sonic spaces of the title track show a debt to '80s roots-rockers like Tom Petty and Springsteen, but ultimately align McCain with such contemporaries as Train. The Springsteen comparison reappears when McCain reveals his balladic side on "Kentucky," complete with mournful saxophone (imagine the Boss on the other side of the Mason-Dixon Line). So forget the Hootie oversimplifications, and be advised that McCain's influences reach farther than his own backyard.
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