Balm in Gilead

Balm in Gilead by Rickie Lee Jones
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Rickie Lee Jones

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2009
Views: 4,554

Track Listing

Wild Girl; Old Enough; Remember Me; The Moon Is Made Of Gold; His Jeweled Floor; Eucalyptus Trail; The Blue Ghazel; The Gospel of Carlos, Norman and Smith; Bonfires; Bayless ST.


Personnel

Rickie Lee Jones
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Rickie Lee Jones: vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, bowed bass, keyboard, piano, percussion, drums, finger snaps; Sebastian Steinberg: bass (1), upright bass (4); Tom Evans: saxophone, flute; Brian Swartz: trumpet; Ben Harper: vocals (2), slide guitar (2, 10); Jon Brion: baritone guitar (2), guitar (8), bass (8), harmonics (9); David Kalish: bass (2), guitars (2,3), dobro (3, 6, 10), piano, Hammond B-3, organ (10); Pete Thomas: Drums (2); Arnold McCuller: backing vocal (2); Alison Krauss: violin (3); Reggie McBride: bass (3,5); Patrick Maguire: octaves guitar (3); Joel Guzman: accordion (3), organ (5, 8); Charlie Paxson: drums (3, 7); John Reynolds: lead guitar, whistler (4); Vic Chesnutt: vocal (3,5); Victoria Williams: vocal (5); Bill Frisell: guitar (6); Tony Scherr: bass (6); Kenny Wollesen: drums (6); Chris Joyner; electric piano (6), vocal (8); Paulie Cerra: Sax (7); Grey DeLisle: Autoharp (8), Danny Frankel: body slappping, tambourine (8); John Doan: harp, guitar (10): Craig Eastman: violin, mandolin (10); Ed Maxwell: bass (10).


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