Seminole Wind

Seminole Wind

by John Anderson


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As his comeback, John Anderson didn't just stumble upon a couple of hit singles, he produced a solid album, full of twangy rubble raisers and moving, yearning ballads. Including the number one hit "Straight Tequila Night," the environment-inspired title cut, and the tender, pleading "Let Go of the Stone," this album catapulted Anderson back to the forefront of country music. Of course, he wasn't just riding the crest of new country; he was harking back to its more traditional roots. But while able to bridge the gap between old and new, he also demonstrates his ability to meld the two as he mourns the poppification of country in "Look Away" and then turns around and puts a honky tonk spin on the Tina Turner cut "Steamy Windows." Being able to be faithful to both while fluidly combining them is true artistry and testament to his voice, his material, and his arrangements. This is contemporary country at top form.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/11/1992
Label: Bna Entertainment
UPC: 0078636102924
catalogNumber: 61029
Rank: 12457

Album Credits

Performance Credits

John Anderson   Primary Artist,Banjo,Harmonica
Buddy Emmons   Steel Guitar
Mark Casstevens   Guitar
Sonny Garrish   Steel Guitar
Carlton Jackson   Background Vocals
Jana King   Background Vocals
Mark Knopfler   Electric Guitar
Gary Lunn   Bass
Milton Sledge   Drums
Joe Spivey   Fiddle
James Stroud   Drums
Glenn Worf   Bass
Curtis Young   Background Vocals
Billy Joe Walker   Guitar
Gary W. Smith   Synthesizer,Piano,Keyboards

Technical Credits

Dann Huff   Contributor
James Stroud   Producer
Jim DeVault   Cover Photo

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