|A1||Two More Bottles Of Wine
Bass Guitar – Steve Carr Drums – Will FergussonLead Guitar – Tony ToddPiano – Terry ButtersWritten-By – Delbert McClinton
Acoustic Guitar – Jenny Peters Arranged By – Jenny Peters Written By – Parton
|B1||Love Is A Rose
Backing Vocals – The Redball RocketsBanjo – John Smith Drums – Will FergussonElectric Guitar – Tony ToddGuitar – Tony KayeWritten By – Young
Bass Guitar – Steve Carr Drums – Will FergussonLead Guitar – Tony ToddPiano – Terry ButtersWritten By – Moore
The Voyager is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis. The album was released on July 29, 2014 by Warner Bros. The album was primarily produced by Ryan Adams at his studio, PAX AM. In May 2014, Lewis spoke to Rolling Stone about the album, saying: "Making The Voyager got me through one of the most difficult periods of my life. After Rilo Kiley broke up and a few really intense personal things happened, I completely melted down.
Album on blue vinyl with corresponding blue LP labels and lyric booklet. Packaged in a high quality tip-on jacket with spot-gloss features. Blue vinyl limited to 2500 copies. Includes unlimited streaming of via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Purchasable with gift card.
The untitled ninth studio album by American rapper Nas, commonly referred to eponymously as Nas, was released on July 15, 2008 by The Jones Experience and Def Jam Recordings. Its original title Nigger was changed due to controversy surrounding the racial epithet. The album is distinguished for its political content, diverse sources of production, and provocative subject matter. The album features guest appearances from Chris Brown, Keri Hilson, Busta Rhymes, and The Game, among others.
The untitled ninth studio album by American rapper Nas was released by Def Jam Recordings and Columbia Records on July 15, 2008 in the United States, with earlier dates in some other countries. Its original title, Nigger, was changed due to controversy surrounding the racial epithet. The album is distinguished for its political content, diverse sources of production and provocative subject matter.
For Old Times Sake: The Freddie Jackson Story.