Shades by Doyle Bramhall II
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Doyle Bramhall II

Label: Provogue Records
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Love And Pain; Hammer Ring; Everything You Need (feat. Eric Clapton); London To Tokyo; Searching For Love (duet with Norah Jones); Live Forever (with Greyhounds); Break Apart To Mend; She'll Come Around; The Night; Parvanah; Consciousness; Going Going Gone (feat. Tedeschi Trucks Band).


Additional Personnel / Information

Doyle Bramhall II: vocals, guitars, bass, oud; Akie Bemiss: piano, Wulitzer, vocals; Adam Minkoff: piano, Hammond B3, Farisa, clavinet, mellotron, vibes, bass; Eric Clapton: guitar; Norah Jones: piano, vocal; Todd Caldwell: Hammond B3Charlie Sexton: piano; Chris Bruce: acoustic & electric guitars; Christina Courtin: violin; Clara Kennedy: cello; Gillaumen Pirard: violin; Alissa Smith viola; Dan Brantigan: trumpet; Bryan Dye: trombone; Morgan Gordon: whistle; Byron Isaacs: bass; Anthony Farrell: key bass; Steve Jordan: drums; Anthony Cole: drums; Carla Azar: drums, percussion; Ed Miles: drums; Yuval Lion: drums; Abe Rounds: drums, percussion; Tchad Blake: percussion; Abe Rounds: percussion; the Tedeshi Trucks Band (Derek Trucks: lead guitar; Susan Tedeschi: guitar, vocal; JJ Johnson: drums; Tyler Greenwell: drums; Tim Lefebvre: bass; Kofi Burbridge: piano, organ; Kebbi Williams: saxophone; Elzabeth Lea: trombone; Ephraim Owens: trombone; Alecia Chakour, Mike Mattison, Mark rivers: background vocals); Gabby Sherba, Althea Grace, Abby Ahmad, Nayanna Holley, Sam Theuring, Stacy Werdin: choir chorus.




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