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Mark Lanegan — One Way Street: The Sub Pop Albums (November 20, 2015)

Mark Lanegan — One Way Street: The Sub Pop Albums (November 20, 2015)

  Mark Lanegan — One Way Street: The Sub Pop Albums (November 20, 2015)
Ξ♠Ξ   The frontman for Screaming Trees who went on to a fascinating solo career marked by an acoustic tone and dark, folk–and blues–inspired songwriting.Location: Ellensburg, Washington ~~ Los Angeles, California, United States
Album release: November 20, 2015
Record Label: Sub Pop
Duration:     41:20
Tracks:
The Winding Sheet (May 1, 1990):
01. “Mockingbirds”     2:30
02. “Museum”     2:51
03. “Undertow”     2:52
04. “Ugly Sunday”     3:56
05. “Down in the Dark”      3:21
06. “Wild Flowers”     3:00
07. “Eyes of a Child”      4:01
08. “The Winding Sheet”     5:31
09. “Woe”      2:05
10. “Ten Feet Tall”     2:50
11. “Where Did You Sleep Last Night”     3:59
12. “Juarez”     1:21
13. “I Love You Little Girl”     2:03Whiskey for the Holy Ghost (January 18, 1994):                     
01. “The River Rise”
02. “Borracho”
03. “House a Home”
04. “Kingdoms of Rain”
05. “Carnival”
06. “Riding the Nightingale”
07. “El Sol”
08. “Dead on You”
09. “Shooting Gallery”
10. “Sunrise”
11. “Pendulum”
12. “Judas Touch”
13. “Beggar’s Blues”Scraps at Midnight (July 21, 1998):
01. “Hospital Roll Call”
02. “Hotel”
03. “Stay”
04. “Bell Black Ocean”
05. “Last One in the World”
06. “Praying Ground“
07. “Wheels”
08. “Waiting on a Train”
09. “Day and Night”
10. “Because of This”
I’ll Take Care of You (September 21, 1999):
01. “Carry Home” (Jeffrey Lee Pierce)
02. “I’ll Take Care of You” (Brook Benton)
03. “Shiloh Town” (Tim Hardin)
04. “Creeping Coastline of Lights” (Leaving Trains)
05. “Badi–Da” (Fred Neil)
06. “Consider Me” (Eddie Floyd, Booker T. Jones)
07. “On Jesus’ Program” (Overton Vertis Wright)
08. “Little Sadie” (Traditional)
09. “Together Again” (Buck Owens)
10. “Shanty Man’s Life” (Stephen Harrison Paulus)
11. “Boogie Boogie” (Tim Rose)
Field Songs (May 8, 2001):
01. “One Way Street”
02. “No Easy Action” (feat. Wendy Rae Fowler)
03. “Miracle”
04. “Pill Hill Serenade”
05. “Don’t Forget Me”
06. “Kimiko’s Dream House”
07. “Resurrection Song”
08. “Field Song”
09. “Low”
10. “Blues for D”
11. “She Done Too Much”
12. “Fix” (feat. Duff McKagan)
Description:
Ξ♠Ξ   The One Way Street box set compiles the first five solo albums recorded by Mark Lanegan, the Pacific Northwest icon who is also known for his work with Screaming Trees, Gutter Twins, Mad Season, Queens of the Stone Age, Isobel Campbell, and more.
Ξ♠Ξ   As a solo artist, Lanegan built a devoted following, slowly releasing records that highlighted his love for singer/songwriters, and American folk and blues. His love for the rich history of American contemporary music was showcased throughout these five remarkable efforts: The Winding Sheet (1990), Whiskey for the Holy Ghost (1994), Scraps at Midnight (1998), I’ll Take Care of You (1999) and Field Songs (2001). And let’s not forget that voice! Trying to describe the power of Mark’s voice is not an easy task, but to paraphrase Fred Neil, he sure can sing the shit out of a song.
Ξ♠Ξ   Lanegan also collaborated regularly with Mike Johnson (Dinosaur Jr.), a multi–instrumentalist known for his understated, incredible guitar work, who co–wrote, arranged and co–produced some of the early records and various songs from the discography.
Ξ♠Ξ   One Way Street will feature all five albums released on Sub Pop Records, housed in a faux–leather box set. And all five titles have been long out–of–print or have never been released on vinyl:  The Winding Sheet, Whiskey for the Holy Ghost, and Scraps at Midnight have been out of print on vinyl for many years; I’ll Take Care of You was only released on vinyl in Europe, and Field Songs was only issued on CD. Each album in the One Way Street box set were cut from new lacquers and pressed on 180–gram vinyl, and is housed in a sleeve reproducing the art for its original release.
The Winding Sheet (SP61 / May 1, 1990):
Ξ♠Ξ   The Winding Sheet is Lanegan’s first solo work and showcases his adept skills as a lyricist and his deep, soulful voice. Highlights include “Mockingbirds,” “Ugly Sunday” and the haunting “Wild Flowers.” The late Kurt Cobain lends vocals to  “Down in the Dark,” and for the folk classic “Where Did You Sleep Last Night” Cobain contributes guitar and vocals and Krist Novoselic plays bass. Nirvana would later also cover “Where Did You Sleep Last Night” on their Unplugged album. The album was produced by Jack Endino, Lanegan, and Johnson.
Whiskey for the Holy Ghost (SP132 / January 18, 1994):                Personnel:
Ξ♠Ξ   John Agnello – engineer, mixing
Ξ♠Ξ   Krisha Augerot – background vocals
Ξ♠Ξ   Sally Barry – background vocals
Ξ♠Ξ   Ed Brooks – engineer
Ξ♠Ξ   Frank Cody – organ, piano
Ξ♠Ξ   Terry Date – engineer
Ξ♠Ξ   Tad Doyle – drums
Ξ♠Ξ   Jack Endino – engineer
Ξ♠Ξ   Kurt Fedora – bass
Ξ♠Ξ   Mike Johnson – organ, guitar (ac.), bass, harmonica, piano, guitar (el.), back v., prod., slide
Ξ♠Ξ   Dave Kreuger – violin
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Lanegan – vocals, guitar, producer
Ξ♠Ξ   Bob Ludwig – mastering
Ξ♠Ξ   J Mascis – drums
Ξ♠Ξ   Dan Peters – drums
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Pickerel – drums
Ξ♠Ξ   Mike Stinette – saxophone
Ξ♠Ξ   Phil Sparks – bowed bass, bass (upright)
Ξ♠Ξ   Ted Trewhella – piano
Ξ♠Ξ   Justin Williams – organ

Ξ♠Ξ   Whiskey for the Holy Ghost is the second solo album from Lanegan, and builds upon the roots music foundation that he had established with his debut The Winding Sheet. Released during the grunge explosion of the early 1990s, Whiskey for the Holy Ghost showcases Lanegan’s growing maturity as a songwriter and vocalist. Lyrically, Lanegan continues to delve into the darker side of the human experience on songs like “Borracho” and the biblical “Pendulum.” “House a Home” was released as a single with an accompanying video. Dan Peters of Mudhoney guests on the album, playing drums on the songs “Borracho” and “House a Home.”
Scraps at Midnight (SP419 / July 21, 1998):                                       Personnel:
Ξ♠Ξ   Dave Catching
Ξ♠Ξ   Fred Drake
Ξ♠Ξ   Paul Solger Dana
Ξ♠Ξ   Keni Richards
Ξ♠Ξ   John Agnello — Engineer, mixing
Ξ♠Ξ   John Burton — Engineer
Ξ♠Ξ   Greg Calbi — Mastering
Ξ♠Ξ   Terry Date — Engineer
Ξ♠Ξ   Tad Doyle — Drums
Ξ♠Ξ   Jack Endino — Engineer
Ξ♠Ξ   Mike Johnson — Guitar, producer
Ξ♠Ξ   Jeff Kleinsmith — Artwork
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Lanegan — Vocals, guitar, producer
Ξ♠Ξ   J Mascis — Piano
Ξ♠Ξ   Charles Peterson — Photography
Ξ♠Ξ   Kenneth Sherwood — Design
Ξ♠Ξ   Phil Sparks — Bass (Upright)
Ξ♠Ξ   Terry Yohn — Harmonica
Ξ♠Ξ   Mike Stinette — Saxophone
Ξ♠Ξ   Liz Burns — Voice

Ξ♠Ξ   Scraps at Midnight is the third solo album by Lanegan, which he co–produced with longtime collaborator Johnson. Scraps at Midnight could arguably be considered the final installment of a trilogy of albums (preceded by The Winding Sheet and Whiskey for the Holy Ghost) which feature the songwriter’s interpretation of American roots music set to troubling lyrics that explore themes of loss, sin and redemption.
I’ll Take Care of You (SP445 / September 21, 1999):                                 Personnel:
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Lanegan — Vocals
Ξ♠Ξ   Mike Johnson — Guitar
Ξ♠Ξ   Steve Berlin — Organ, flute, piano
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Boquist — Drums
Ξ♠Ξ   Greg Calbi — Mastering
Ξ♠Ξ   Van Conner — Bass
Ξ♠Ξ   Brett Eliason — Engineer
Ξ♠Ξ   Martin Feveyear — Organ, perc., piano, producer, engineer, mixing, Wurlitzer
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Hoyt — Guitar (acoustic), guitar (electric), vocals
Ξ♠Ξ   Jeff Kleinsmith — Layout design
Ξ♠Ξ   David Krueger — Violin
Ξ♠Ξ   Barrett Martin — Percussion, vibraphone
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Pickerel — Drums
Ξ♠Ξ   Ben Shepherd — Bass
Ξ♠Ξ   Chris Takino — A&R
Ξ♠Ξ   Stanford Wilson — Photography

Ξ♠Ξ   For I’ll Take Care of You, his fourth solo album, Lanegan chose to cover songs by artists who have influenced and inspired him over the years, including Jeffrey Lee Pierce of the Gun Club, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Buck Owens, Leaving Trains, O.V. Wright, Fred Neil, Tim Hardin, Tim Rose, and more.Field Songs (SP502 / May 8, 2001):                                                         Personnel:
Ξ♠Ξ   John Agnello — Recorder, vocals, mastering, mixing (3, 5, 7, 12)
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Boquist — Drums (2 — 5, 8)
Ξ♠Ξ   Allen Davis — Acoustic guitar (12), bass (10, 12)
Ξ♠Ξ  
Martin Feveyear — Hammond organ (4, 9, 10), recorder, vocals (6), mastering, mixing (1, 2, 4, 6, 8 — 11)
Ξ♠Ξ   Chris Goss — Synthesizer (11), vocals (11)
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Hoyt — Vocals (9)
Ξ♠Ξ   Mike Johnson — Acoustic guitar (1, 3, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11), electric guitar (1 — 7, 12), Wurlitzer organ (2), piano (7), background vocals
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Lanegan — Guitar, vocals
Ξ♠Ξ   Marek — Piano (1)
Ξ♠Ξ   Duff McKagan — Drums (12), Fender Rhodes (12)
Ξ♠Ξ   Wendy Rae Fowler — Vocals (2)
Ξ♠Ξ   Brett Netson — Acoustic guitar (12)
Ξ♠Ξ   Keni Richards — Piano (5), drums (4, 6), mellotron (2)
Ξ♠Ξ   Bill Rieflin — Drums (1)
Ξ♠Ξ   Ben Shepherd — Acoustic guitar (1, 9, 10), electric guitar (1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10), bass (tracks: 1 — 6, 8, 9, 11), lap steel guitar (2), vocals (6), piano (10)
Ξ♠Ξ   Chris Strother — Photography                        © Ben Shepherd recording on Mark Lanegan´s Field Songs

Ξ♠Ξ   Field Songs is his fifth solo and final studio album for Sub Pop. Lanegan seems to have gone back through all his previous work, and taken the best elements from each to create one of the most fulfilled, and fulfilling, albums of his career; a demonstration of his continued love of singer/songwriters and American folk and blues. Field Songs also includes the song “Kimiko’s Dream House,” which Mark co–wrote with Jeffrey Lee Pierce of Gun Club fame.AllMusic Review by Mark Deming;  Score: ****
Ξ♠Ξ   Mark Lanegan first gained the attention of discerning rock fans as the lead singer of the Screaming Trees, one of the finest bands on the Pacific Northwest scene, but in 1990 he began expanding his creative horizons with his first solo album. The Winding Sheet was a set of dark, dusty acoustic–based tunes with their roots in the blues, wed to deeply introspective lyrics that reflected Lanegan’s battles with his various demons. It was a powerful solo debut that earned respectful reviews, and was the first in a series of works that established Lanegan as one of the most powerful songwriters and vocalists to come out of the alternative rock scene. One Way Street: The Sub Pop Albums is a special five–LP box set that presents Lanegan’s first 5 solo albums — 1990’s The Winding Sheet, 1994’s Whiskey for the Holy Ghost, 1998’s Scraps at Midnight, 1999’s I’ll Take Care of You, and 2001’s Field Songs — in fresh 180–gram pressings from new lacquer masters. The set marks the first time I’ll Take Care of You has been available on vinyl in the United States, as well as the worldwide vinyl debut of Field Songs. Lanegan’s creative journey has been one of the most distinct and rewarding of any musician of his generation, and One Way Street collects the formative works that formed his unique musical perspective.
Website: http://marklanegan.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/marklanegan
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/marklanegan
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkLanegan
DETAILS:
Mockingbirds
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars]: Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Bass: Jack Endino
Ξ♠Ξ   Drums: Mark Pickerel
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Piano: Steve Fisk
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
Museum
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars]: Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
Undertow
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars] : Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Bass: Jack Endino
Ξ♠Ξ   Drums: Mark Pickerel
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Violin: Justin Williams
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
Ugly Sunday
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars]: Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Bass: Jack Endino
Ξ♠Ξ   Drums: Mark Pickerel
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Piano: Steve Fisk
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
Down In The Dark
Ξ♠Ξ   Backing Vocals [Background Vocal]: Kurt Cobain
Ξ♠Ξ   Bass, Electric Guitar [Second Electric Guitar]: Jack Endino
Ξ♠Ξ   Drums: Mark Pickerel
Ξ♠Ξ   Electric Guitar: Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
Wild Flowers
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar, Vocals [Vocal]: Mark Lanegan
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By, Music By : Lanegan
Eyes Of A Child
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars]: Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Violin: Justin Williams
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
The Winding Sheet
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars]: Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Organ: Steve Fisk
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
Woe
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar, Vocals [Vocal]: Mark Lanegan
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
Ten Feet Tall
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars]: Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Bass: Jack Endino
Ξ♠Ξ   Drums: Mark Pickerel
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Piano: Steve Fisk
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
Where Did You Sleep Last Night
Ξ♠Ξ   Bass: Chris Novaselic
Ξ♠Ξ   Drums: Mark Pickerel
Ξ♠Ξ   Electric Guitar: Kurdt Kobain
Ξ♠Ξ   Written by: Leadbelly
Juarez
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Fisk
Ξ♠Ξ   Organ: Steve Fisk
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan
I Love You Little Girl
Ξ♠Ξ   Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars]: Mike Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Bass: Jack Endino
Ξ♠Ξ   Drums: Mark Pickerel
Ξ♠Ξ   Music By: Lanegan, Johnson
Ξ♠Ξ   Piano: Steve Fisk
Ξ♠Ξ   Words By: Lanegan                                                   
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