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One Believer

John Campbell

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The Elektra debut by the late bluesman John Campbell is a curious affair in more than one respect-despite it's obvious excellence and original voice. The first is that he was signed at all. Clearly in 1990 when Campbell signed his deal, record company executives were still interested inn finding new and original talent and developing them over a period of time. One Believer was outside of virtually every trend on major labels and in pop at the time. Other than Chris Whitley's Living with the Law, it was the only roots record issued on a major label in 1991. The other thing is that One Believer is an oddity even for Campbell. It's a deeply atmospheric record full of subtle shimmering organs and warm guitar textures that accent the dreamy spooky side of the blues more than the crunchy stomp and roll that Campbell was known for in the clubs -- and displayed on his follow-up Howlin' Mercy. Tracks like "Angel of Sorrow," "World of Trouble," and "Wild Streak" offer shimmering ambient textures from which the blues emanate from the ether, tonally and melodically challenging all acceptable notions of what Texas blues should sound like -- but then, Mr. Campbell was living and working in New York and his music was certainly influenced by that late-night environment. These are beautiful songs, tempered in shadow and restraint while baring their teeth at all the right moments. Other places the roadhouse magic comes out of the closet as on "Couldn't Do Nothin'," "Devil In My Closet," and "Person to Person. On "Voodoo Edge," the slowhand blues meets a crisscross New Orleans second-line backbeat a la Dr. John and comes up with chunky honky-tonk piano and shakers to give the piece an "I Walk on Gilded Splinters feel, extending Campbell's sound over a deeper, darker shade of roots music. This in underlined by the album's last two tracks -- "Take Me Down" and the title track -- which are menacing in their conviction and creepy swampy in execution. This is a fine, fine debut that remains in print.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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1
Devil in My Closet (LP Version)
John Campbell
00:06:00

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Campbell, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Doug Sax, Masterer - Jimmy Pugh, Keyboards - Tim Lauber, Contributor - Chris Rich, Contributor - Neill King, Contributor - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Contributor - John Murray, Contributor - Lee Spath, Drums - Peter Lubin, Producer - Richard Cousins, Contributor

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

2
Angel of Sorrow (LP Version)
John Campbell
00:04:16

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Campbell, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Doug Sax, Masterer - Jimmy Pugh, Keyboards - Tim Lauber, Contributor - Chris Rich, Contributor - Neill King, Contributor - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Contributor - John Murray, Contributor - Lee Spath, Drums - Peter Lubin, Producer - Richard Cousins, Contributor - Alexander Kennedy, Composer

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

3
Wild Streak (LP Version)
John Campbell
00:04:59

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Campbell, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Doug Sax, Contributor - Jimmy Pugh, Keyboards - Tim Lauber, Contributor - Chris Rich, Contributor - Neill King, Contributor - Brad Dutz, Percussion - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Contributor - Lee Spath, Drums, Percussion - Peter Lubin, Producer - Antoine Sally, Contributor

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

4
Couldn't Do Nothin' (LP Version)
Gary Nicholson
00:03:50

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Carter, Additional Engineer - John Campbell, Composer, Slide Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Doug Sax, Masterer - Tim Lauber, Assistant Engineer - Gary Nicholson, Guitar - Chris Rich, Assistant Engineer - Neill King, Engineer - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Assistant Engineer - John Murray, Contributor - Peter Lubin, Producer - Davis McLarry, Drums - Jimmy Pettit, Guitar - Phil Shenale, Additional Engineer

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

5
Tiny Coffin (LP Version)
John Campbell
00:04:44

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Campbell, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Doug Sax, Masterer - Jimmy Pugh, Keyboards - Tim Lauber, Contributor - Chris Rich, Contributor - Neill King, Contributor - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Contributor - John Murray, Contributor - Lee Spath, Drums - Peter Lubin, Producer - Richard Cousins, Contributor

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

6
World of Trouble (LP Version)
John Campbell
00:06:10

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Campbell, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Darrell Leonard, Solo Trumpet - Doug Sax, Masterer - Jimmy Pugh, Keyboards - Tim Lauber, Contributor - Chris Rich, Contributor - Neill King, Contributor - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Contributor - John Murray, Contributor - Lee Spath, Drums - Peter Lubin, Producer - Richard Cousins, Contributor

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

7
Voodoo Edge (LP Version)
John Campbell
00:04:07

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Campbell, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Doug Sax, Masterer - Jimmy Pugh, Keyboards - Tim Lauber, Contributor - Chris Rich, Contributor - Neill King, Contributor - Brad Dutz, Percussion - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Contributor - John Murray, Contributor - Lee Spath, Drums, Percussion - Peter Lubin, Producer - Richard Cousins, Contributor - Alexander Kennedy, Composer

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

8
Person to Person (LP Version)
John Campbell
00:03:51

Dennis Walker, Producer - Marshall Sehorn, Composer - John Carter, Additional Engineer - John Campbell, Slide Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - ELMORE JAMES, Composer - Doug Sax, Masterer - Tim Lauber, Assistant Engineer - Gary Nicholson, Guitar - Chris Rich, Assistant Engineer - Neill King, Engineer - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Assistant Engineer - John Murray, Contributor - Peter Lubin, Producer - Davis McLarry, Drums - Jimmy Pettit, Guitar - Phil Shenale, Additional Engineer

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

9
Take Me Down (LP Version)
Gary Nicholson
00:06:46

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Carter, Additional Engineer - John Campbell, Composer, Slide Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Doug Sax, Masterer - Tim Lauber, Assistant Engineer - Gary Nicholson, Guitar - Chris Rich, Assistant Engineer - Neill King, Engineer - Brad Dutz, Percussion - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Assistant Engineer - John Murray, Contributor - Lee Spath, Percussion - Peter Lubin, Producer - Alexander Kennedy, Composer - Davis McLarry, Drums - Jimmy Pettit, Guitar - Phil Shenale, Additional Engineer

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

10
One Believer (LP Version)
John Campbell
00:05:33

Dennis Walker, Composer, Producer - John Campbell, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - BILL SCHNEE, Mixer - Darrell Leonard, Horn - Ken Tussing, Horn - Doug Sax, Masterer - Jimmy Pugh, Keyboards - Tim Lauber, Contributor - Chris Rich, Contributor - Neill King, Contributor - Bill Dashiell, Engineer - David Plehn, Contributor - Fidel Bell, Contributor - John Murray, Contributor - Lee Spath, Drums - Peter Lubin, Producer - Richard Cousins, Contributor - Joe Sublette, Horn

© 1991 Elektra Entertainment, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company ℗ 1991 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

Descriptif de l'album

The Elektra debut by the late bluesman John Campbell is a curious affair in more than one respect-despite it's obvious excellence and original voice. The first is that he was signed at all. Clearly in 1990 when Campbell signed his deal, record company executives were still interested inn finding new and original talent and developing them over a period of time. One Believer was outside of virtually every trend on major labels and in pop at the time. Other than Chris Whitley's Living with the Law, it was the only roots record issued on a major label in 1991. The other thing is that One Believer is an oddity even for Campbell. It's a deeply atmospheric record full of subtle shimmering organs and warm guitar textures that accent the dreamy spooky side of the blues more than the crunchy stomp and roll that Campbell was known for in the clubs -- and displayed on his follow-up Howlin' Mercy. Tracks like "Angel of Sorrow," "World of Trouble," and "Wild Streak" offer shimmering ambient textures from which the blues emanate from the ether, tonally and melodically challenging all acceptable notions of what Texas blues should sound like -- but then, Mr. Campbell was living and working in New York and his music was certainly influenced by that late-night environment. These are beautiful songs, tempered in shadow and restraint while baring their teeth at all the right moments. Other places the roadhouse magic comes out of the closet as on "Couldn't Do Nothin'," "Devil In My Closet," and "Person to Person. On "Voodoo Edge," the slowhand blues meets a crisscross New Orleans second-line backbeat a la Dr. John and comes up with chunky honky-tonk piano and shakers to give the piece an "I Walk on Gilded Splinters feel, extending Campbell's sound over a deeper, darker shade of roots music. This in underlined by the album's last two tracks -- "Take Me Down" and the title track -- which are menacing in their conviction and creepy swampy in execution. This is a fine, fine debut that remains in print.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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