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A.J. Croce - That's Me In The Bar (20th Anniversary Edition) (2015)

17-09-2015, 18:21
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A.J. Croce - That's Me In The Bar (20th Anniversary Edition) (2015)

Artist: A.J. Croce
Title Of Album: That's Me In The Bar (20th Anniversary Edition)
Year Of Release: 1995/2015
Genre: Blues Rock, Blues Country, Americana
Label: Compass Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 39:39
Total Size: 105 MB
Covers: Front

01. That’s Me In The Bar (3:54)
02. Sign On The Line (2:52)
03. She’s Waiting For Me (2:46)
04. Checkin’ In (2:33)
05. Music Box (2:47)
06. Callin' Home (2:09)
07. Night Out On The Town (3:15)
08. Pass Me By (2:37)
09. I Meant What I Said (3:49)
10. Maybe I’m To Blame (2:14)
11. I Confess (3:12)
12. Some People Call It Love (4:13)
13. If You Want Me To Stay (Bonus Track) (3:11)

Includes never before released version of If You Want Me to Stay featuring FLEA. Produced by Jim Keltner

Featuring performances by: Ry Cooder, Jim Keltner, David Hidalgo (Los Lobos), Robben Ford, Bill Payne (Little Feat), Waddy Wachtel, Sweet Pea Atkinson, Sid Page & Flea.

Compass Records is re-releasing A.J. Croce's highly successful album, THAT'S ME IN THE BAR in celebration of its 20th anniversary. With his unique jazz piano stylings and blues-tinged voice, the 12-track album established Croce as a singular artistic force in 1995.
Hailed by The Boston Globe as a thoughtful, probing record, THAT'S ME IN THE BAR boasts appearances from the likes of Billy Payne (Little Feat), Sweet Pea Atkinson (Was (Not Was)), Robben Ford, Ry Cooder, Waddy Wachtel, Sid Page (Sly & The Family Stone), and others.

The re-release will feature a bonus track, If You Want Me to Stay, recorded 20 years ago but locked in the vault until now. Producer Jim Keltner, the leading session drummer in America according to Bob Dylan, held down the percussion and invited a slew of illustrious friends to play on the track as well. Multi-instrumentalist David Hidalgo's (Los Lobos) masterful contributions include horn and accordion lines, while Keltner's next-door-neighbor Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) added a heavy dose of funky bass. A.J. Croce, whose timeless voice has cured like good Scotch whisky, rerecorded the vocals in 2015 for the 20th anniversary re-release.

Croce, son of legendary singer-songwriter Jim Croce, began his career at age 17 opening for B.B. King. Unbound by genre, Croce s music spans from jazz to Americana to blues to pop.

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