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Shadowland

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On her first two albums, k.d. lang took a witty and playful approach to the sounds and traditions of classic country music, and while it was obvious she truly loved the music, she also seemed to be having a bit of fun at its expense at the same time. But in 1988, lang proved beyond a doubt that she was serious about country (as well as her own talent) with Shadowland, an homage to the polished countrypolitan sounds of the 1950s and '60s that was produced by Owen Bradley, the iconic Nashville producer who was behind the controls for many of Patsy Cline's most memorable recordings. lang herself sought out Bradley to work on the album, and luring him out of retirement proved to be a masterstroke; rather than try to re-create the lush textures and deep atmosphere of Bradley's sides for Cline or Brenda Lee herself, lang went to the source, and Bradley gave her studio settings that referenced his work during Nashville's golden era while adding an ever-so-slight contemporary sheen. Bradley also brought aboard an all-star crew of legendary Nashville studio hands and invited Loretta Lynn, Brenda Lee, and Kitty Wells to sing with lang on the closing "Honky Tonk Angels' Medley." In the hands of many artists, this sort of project might have been an exercise in misplaced, nostalgic fandom, but on Shadowland, lang taps into the sound and style of her most vital musical influences while at the same time putting her stamp on the music -- this isn't k.d. lang trying to be Patsy Cline, but rather lang demonstrating what she learned from Cline and where those lessons took her. lang's lush, expressive voice has rarely sounded better or more emotionally powerful than it does on Shadowland, and it presents her meeting the cream of Nashville's greatest era not as a wide-eyed acolyte, but as a gifted artist collaborating on equal terms. It's a magnificent achievement.

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1
Western Stars (LP Version)
00:03:14

Roger Morris, Piano - Chris Isaak, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

2
Lock, Stock and Teardrops (LP Version)
00:03:30

Roger Morris, Piano - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Roger Miller, Writer - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

3
Sugar Moon (LP Version)
00:02:27

Roger Morris, Piano - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Cindy Walker, Writer - Bob Wills, Writer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

4
I Wish I Didn't Love You So (LP Version)
00:03:07

Roger Morris, Piano - FRANK LOESSER, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

5
(Waltz Me) Once Again Around the Dance Floor
00:02:37

Roger Morris, Piano - Don Goodman, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums - Jack Rowland, Writer - Sara Johns, Writer

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

6
Black Coffee (LP Version)
00:03:19

Roger Morris, Piano - SONNY BURKE, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - PAUL WEBSTER, Writer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

7
Shadowland (LP Version)
00:02:30

Roger Morris, Piano - CHARLES TOBIAS, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Dick Hyman, Writer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

8
Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes (LP Version)
00:02:22

Roger Morris, Piano - Slim Willet, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

9
Tears Don't Care Who Cries Them (LP Version)
00:03:05

Roger Morris, Piano - Fred Tobias, Writer - CHARLES TOBIAS, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

10
I'm Down to My Last Cigarette (LP Version)
00:02:48

Roger Morris, Piano - Billy Walker, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Harlan Howard, Writer - Owen Bradley, Producer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

11
Busy Being Blue (LP Version)
00:03:43

Roger Morris, Piano - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums - Stewart McDougall, Writer

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

12
Honky Tonk Angels Medley: In the Evening (When the Sun Goes Down) / You Nearly Lose Your Mind / Blues Stay Away from Me (LP Version)
00:02:55

Roger Morris, Piano - E. Tubb, Writer - W. RANEY, Writer - R. Delmore, Writer - A. Delmore, Writer - k.d. lang, Vocals, MainArtist - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Bob Mason, Cello - Owen Bradley, Producer - H. Glover, Writer - L. Carr, Writer - Ted Madsen, Violin - Pete Wade, Guitar - Buddy Harmon, Drums - D. Raye, Writer

1998 © 1988 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1988 Sire Records Company

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On her first two albums, k.d. lang took a witty and playful approach to the sounds and traditions of classic country music, and while it was obvious she truly loved the music, she also seemed to be having a bit of fun at its expense at the same time. But in 1988, lang proved beyond a doubt that she was serious about country (as well as her own talent) with Shadowland, an homage to the polished countrypolitan sounds of the 1950s and '60s that was produced by Owen Bradley, the iconic Nashville producer who was behind the controls for many of Patsy Cline's most memorable recordings. lang herself sought out Bradley to work on the album, and luring him out of retirement proved to be a masterstroke; rather than try to re-create the lush textures and deep atmosphere of Bradley's sides for Cline or Brenda Lee herself, lang went to the source, and Bradley gave her studio settings that referenced his work during Nashville's golden era while adding an ever-so-slight contemporary sheen. Bradley also brought aboard an all-star crew of legendary Nashville studio hands and invited Loretta Lynn, Brenda Lee, and Kitty Wells to sing with lang on the closing "Honky Tonk Angels' Medley." In the hands of many artists, this sort of project might have been an exercise in misplaced, nostalgic fandom, but on Shadowland, lang taps into the sound and style of her most vital musical influences while at the same time putting her stamp on the music -- this isn't k.d. lang trying to be Patsy Cline, but rather lang demonstrating what she learned from Cline and where those lessons took her. lang's lush, expressive voice has rarely sounded better or more emotionally powerful than it does on Shadowland, and it presents her meeting the cream of Nashville's greatest era not as a wide-eyed acolyte, but as a gifted artist collaborating on equal terms. It's a magnificent achievement.

© Mark Deming /TiVo

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