Natural Forces

Natural Forces by Lyle Lovett
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Lyle Lovett

Label: Lost Highway Records
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

Natural Forces; Farmer Brown/Chicken Reel; Pantry; Empty Blue Shoes; Whooping Crane; Bayou Song; Bohemia; Don't You Think I Feel It Too; Sun and Moon and Stars; Loretta; It's Rock and Roll; Pantry (acoustic version).


Personnel

Lyle Lovett
guitar

Additional Personnel / Information

Lyle Lovett: acoustic guitar, vocals; Viktor Krauss: bass, background vocals (2, 11); Russ Kunkel: drums (1-11), background vocals (2); Matt Rollings: piano (1-11), background vocals (2, 11); Dean Parks: electric guitar (1-11), background vocals (2, 11); Paul Franklin: steel guitar (1-11), background vocals (2, 11); Stuart Duncan: fiddle (1-6, 8-12), background vocals (2, 11); Sam Bush: mandolin (1-3, 8-12), background vocals (2, 11); Keith Bradley: Announcer, "The Score" (1); Keith Swell: background vocals (2, 11), additional acoustic guitar (2), harmony vocals (3, 4, 8, 10, 12), acoustic lead guitar (12); Billy Williams: background vocals (2, 11); Johnny Lee Schell: background vocals (11); Arnold McCuller: background vocals (11), harmony vocal (11); Sweet Pea Atkinson: background vocals (11); Sir Harry Bowens: background vocals (11); Willie Greene Jr. : background vocals (11); Toby Mason: background vocals (11); Vasco Lucas Nunes: background vocals (11).


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