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8 thoughts on “ By The Mark - Gillian Welch - Revival (CD, Album)

  1. Gillian Welch's album "Revival" was a revelation. The fact that T Bone Burnett - the ultimate roots rock curator - produced it, gave good reason to give it immediate attention, and insightful songs like "Barroom Girls" and "By the Mark" cemented the news that Welch was truly something special.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Revival on Discogs. Label: Acony Records - 2,WEA - 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Bluegrass/5(12).
  3. Aug 24,  · Gillian Welch and David Rawlings singing their "Orphan Girl" on her debut album, "Revival". This album sparkles with treasures. Her pure delivery and Appalachian styling are perfect.
  4. As for "Revival," which of yet, is the only Gillian Welch cd I own, the music speaks for itself; this album contains timeless themes and timeless music. People who buy it listen to it, and don't want to give it up - give "Revival" a try, start with this, her first effort, and it's likely you'll feel the same. It's American music at its best/5().
  5. referencing Revival, CD, Album, AMSD Gillian Welch and David Rawlings - post-graduation this stripped down Americana duo moved to Nashville where a few years later, they laid down the tracks for their first album, Revival. Welch and Rawlings were courted by producer T-Bone Burnett, whose creative interest left the duo with unlimited artistic license.
  6. Revival is the first album by American singer-songwriter Gillian Welch, released on April 9, The plant described in the song, "Acony Bell" appears to be Shortia galacifolia, also known as the Oconee bells. Welch later began her own record label under the name Acony.
  7. When I cross over I will shout and sing I will know my Savior By the mark where the nails have been By the mark where the nails have been By the sign upon His precious skin I will know my Savior when I come to Him By the mark where the nails have been A man of riches.
  8. After looking at the cover of Gillian Welch's debut album, Revival, and listening to the first two cuts, "Orphan Girl" and "Annabelle," you'd be tempted to imagine that Welch somehow stumbled into a time machine after cutting some tunes at the Bristol, TN, sessions and was transported to a recording studio in Los Angeles in , where T-Bone Burnett was on hand Price: $

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