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  • Performer: John Hartford
  • Album: Catalogue
  • FLAC: 1951 mb | MP3: 1823 mb
  • Released: 1981
  • Country: US
  • Style: Folk, Country
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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John Hartford - Catalogue album flac

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A1 Sail Away Ladies
Arranged By – John HartfordWritten-By – Traditional
1:55
A2 Up On The Hill 3:05
A3 Good Old Electric Washing Machine Circa 1943 2:08
A4 Kiss My Plywood 2:05
A5 I Would Not Be Here 1:53
A6 Natural To Be Gone 2:53
B1 My Face 2:53
B2 Jaw Bone
Written-By – Gene Goforth
2:05
B3 California Earthquake 3:20
B4 A Simple Thing As Love 3:37
B5 Forty Years A Gambler 1:45
B6 My Rag 3:04

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Cinderella Sound Studios
  • Pressed By – Wakefield Manufacturing
  • Published By – John Hartford Music
  • Published By – Ensign Music Publishing
  • Copyright (c) – John Hartford Music
  • Copyright (c) – Ensign Music Publishing
  • Copyright (c) – Flying Fish Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Flying Fish Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Concept By [Cover Concept] – John Hartford, Michael Melford
  • Design – Wendy Terry
  • Directed By [Direction] – Keith Case
  • Photography By [Photograph] – Dean Dixon
  • Producer – Michael Melford
  • Recorded By – Paul Moss
  • Words By [Except Where Noted], Music By [Except Where Noted] – John Hartford

Notes

This album was recorded at Cinderella Studios, Madison, Tennessee. It was recorded direct to two-track on a Scully analog tape recorder at 30 ips with dbx noise reduction. The microphones used were a Sennheiser 451 and a Telefunken U-87 for the banjo and guitar, Telefunken U-67's for the vocals and violin, and Shure 545's for the feet. Reverberation effects via EMT plates. The vocals were limited with dbx 160 compressor/limiters.

Track A2: Originally recorded for Aereoplane, Warner Bros. WB 1916.
Track A3: Originally recorded for Earthwords And Music, RCA LSP-3796.
Track A5: Originally recorded for The Love Album, RCA LSP-3884.
Track A6: Originally recorded for The Love Album, RCA LSP-3884. Also appeared on Gentle On My Mind, RCA LSP-4068 and Iron Mountain Depot, RCA LSP-4337. .
Track B1: Originally recorded for Housing Project, RCA LSP-3998.
Track B3: Originally recorded for Gentle On My Mind, RCA LSP-4068.
Track B4: Originally recorded for The Love Album, RCA LSP-3884. Also appeared on Gentle On My Mind, RCA LSP-4068.
Track B6: Originally recorded for Morning Bugle, Warner Bros. BS 2651.

Publishing Credits:
Tracks A1, A4, B2, B5: © 1981 John Hartford Music, BMI.
Track A2: © 1971 Ensign Music, BMI.
Track A3: © 1967 Ensign Music, BMI.
Tracks A5, A6, B1, B3, B4: © 1968 Ensign Music, BMI.
Track B6: © 1972 Ensign Music, BMI.

© and ℗ 1981 Flying Fish Records, Inc.

A Flying Fish/County Line Release

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
259 John Hartford Catalogue ‎(LP, Album) Flying Fish 259 US 1981
259 John Hartford Catalogue ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Flying Fish 259 US 1981


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