Johnny Damas and Me

Johnny Damas and Me

by John Trudell



On his second Rykodisc effort, John Trudell writes about the separation of the classes and genders along with themes of love. He also deals with the loss of his wife in the heartbreakingly beautiful "After All These Years," as he did in "Tina Smiled" from his previous record. Not quite as strong as the masterful AKA Grafitti Man, but still an intelligent and moving album. Executive producer Jackson Browne and Jennifer Warnes lend supporting vocals.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/01/1994
Label: Rykodisc
UPC: 0014431028649
catalogNumber: 10286

Album Credits

Performance Credits

John Trudell   Primary Artist
Jackson Browne   Vocals
Jennifer Warnes   Vocals
Doug Legacy   Keyboards
Billy Block   Percussion,Drums
Carol Eckstein   Vocals,Background Vocals
Rick Eckstein   Organ,Bass,Percussion,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Wally Ingram   Percussion,Djembe
Quiltman   Percussion,Vocals,Bells
Gary Ray   Percussion,Drums
Madeline Sahme   Vocals
Mark Shark   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Vocals,Background Vocals,12-string Guitar,Slide Guitar
Michele Siroia   Vocals
Scott Thurston   Organ,Keyboards,Hammond Organ
Bobby Tsukamoto   Organ,Bass,Vocals
Billy Watts   Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Jackson Browne   Executive Producer
John Trudell   Poetry
Terry Becker   Producer,Engineer
Warren Croyle   Engineer
Michael Dumas   Engineer
Rick Eckstein   Producer
Bob Salcedo   Engineer,Contributor
Mark Shark   Producer
Becky Eckstein   Producer

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